A bill to abolish some tribunals where public at large is not litigant was introduced in the Lok Sabha by MoS for Finance Anurag Singh Thakur.
Anurag Thakur kicked a row in Rajya Sabha when he sought to extrapolate usage of the term 'andolanjivi' by a Congress MP for Mahatma Gandhi.
Finance Ministry data showed that the overall GST collection from these products, including cess, during FY 2019-20 was Rs 53,540 crore and excise collection Rs 1,610 crore.
The government had formed an Inter-Ministerial Committee which has given its report on issues related to virtual currencies.
The minister emphasised that the Narendra Modi government has taken steps in the past in the interest of the poor and vulnerable rural population.
MoS hails Central govt for converting adversities into opportunities and bringing about reforms in various sectors
Unlike the past, the voluminous budget documents will not be printed this year following the COVID-19 protocol and will instead be distributed electronically to the Members of Parliament.
Anurag Thakur took a dig at the ruling TMC in Bengal and said the state government should answer why businessmen are hesitant to invest in the state.
Anurag Thakur visits Sourav Ganguly at hospital, says former skipper to be back in 'normal routine' soon
Further, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah, Rajya Sabha Member Swapan Dasgupta and senior Congress leader Abdul Mannan also visited the hospital today.
Maintaining that West Bengal is an important part of the country, Thakur wondered whether it is a crime for a Union minister to visit the state.Maintaining that West Bengal is an important part of the country, Thakur wondered whether it is a crime for a Union minister to visit the state.
Farmers continue their protest at the borders of Delhi against three key agri reform laws.
He also defended the contentious farm sector reforms, saying the Narendra Modi government had the courage to do what others could not.
The J&K govt has filed a review petition in the high court seeking to distinguish between landless cultivators and wealthy land grabbers.
Meanwhile, several Congress leaders have left the J&K Congress to fend for themselves, and top leaders of Gupkar Alliance have stayed away from campaigning.
Jammu & Kashmir believes in politics of ballot, not politics of bullet: Union minister Anurag Thakur
The BJP leader said that the people do not believe in the 'divisive politics' propagated by the newly-created 'Gupkar alliance'.