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Netri Foundation: Leading Women Towards More Aggressive Participation In Politics

Netri Foundation: Leading Women Towards More Aggressive Participation In Politics
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Women in India are held back by patriarchy in multiple forms and the same can be observed when it comes to their participation in elections. Due to lack of transparency and deliberate complexity around procedures related to the working of government, state machinery, bureaucracy and politics, women lack participation in the elections. One of the popular notions which still continues in rural areas is that women could only contest from the reserved seats.

For dismantling any such existent beliefs, Netri Foundation is working to increase the participation of women in politics at all levels.

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Filing Income Tax Return (ITR)? These mistakes may cause avoid double taxation, missed rebates

Filing Income Tax Return (ITR)? These mistakes may cause avoid double taxation, missed rebates
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The deadline to file Income Tax Return (ITR) for Assessment Year 2021-22 (AY22) is fast approaching- it is December 31. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) had twice extended for the last day from July 31 to September 30 and finally to December 31.

The last date was extended due to difficulties faced by taxpayers in filing ITR due to technical issues with the new tax e-filling portal - www.incometax.gov.in which was launched on June 7.

In a tweet, the tax department said: "On consideration of difficulties reported by the taxpayers in filing of ITRs & audit reports for AY 2021-22 under the IT Act, 1961, CBDT further extends the due dates for filing of ITRs & audit reports for AY 21-22."

Remember to claim all deductions

Section 87A: Let's take a look at documents needed to file ITR by the due date.

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News18

First Train Under Delhi Government's Free Pilgrimage Scheme With 1,000 Senior Citizens to Leave for Ayodhya Today

First Train Under Delhi Government's Free Pilgrimage Scheme With 1,000 Senior Citizens to Leave for Ayodhya Today
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Delhi government's first free train for Ayodhya will depart the national capital with 1,000 senior citizens today on December 3. “We have introduced a free pilgrimage scheme [Mukhyamantri Tirth Yatra Yojana] for the elderly in Delhi under which they are taken in the comfort of AC trains for free to 12 different pilgrimage destinations all over the country including Haridwar.


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