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Union Budget 2018: Populist budget fails to excite industry at large

The Union Budget finally arrived today with all eyes fixated on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. He presented his fifth Union Budget, which was also the last one for the Modi government before India sets out to choose its new prime minister next year. Riding on optimism, different research firms,...

Specials Budget Budget 2017
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Industry holds bright outlook for budget 2018

MUMBAI: With the D-Day already here, the media and entertainment industry is keeping its fingers crossed after a difficult year that bore the full brunt of the introduction of GST. With things settling and the general elections not too far away, a more populist budget is expected from FM Arun...

Specials Budget Budget 2017
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CNN-News18 'Indian of the year' 2017 special Telecast on 9 and 10 December

MUMBAI: The awards night of the annual and flagship initiative of CNN-News18, ‘Indian of the Year – 2017’ will be telecasted on the 9 and 10 of December at 9:30 PM on the channel. The initiative, whichrecognizes and awards the exceptional contribution and achievements of the iconic Indian citizens...

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M&E items get GST relief from 15 November 2017

NEW DELHI: In a major relief to the media and entertainment (M&E) sector, the goods and services tax (GST) has been slashed on a large number of items including electrical apparatus for radio and television broadcasting from 28 per cent to 18 per cent.

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Reduce GST on film industry, IMPPA pleads to FM Jaitley

NEW DELHI: The Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association (IMPPA) has urged the government to fix 5 per cent as the maximum GST rate that should be charged on all goods and services connected with the entertainment industry including entertainment tax.

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