Government had put a ban on Fashion TV for ten days starting March 12 this year, but on the same day third season of the IPL started. Many people admitted that the tournament provided them the much needed relief and thanked the IPL committee for the benevolence and generosity bestowed upon them. So does that not amount to charity and hence exemption from taxes for IPL? This week’s Sunday Magazine analyzes the issue of tax exemption and evasion by the IPL and also takes a look at the other important events of the last week:
TCS increases starting package from 3.20 to 3.21 lacs, freshers demand late joining date to recalculate their tax liabilities
Piyush Chawla demands some portion of the 6.75 Crs in advance to maintain minimum balance in his bank account
BCCI to manage workload of squad, players will serve drink to Shastri on rotation basis to prevent burn out
11 Crs to be given to Ladakh and J&K so they can afford to buy Unadkat if IPL team is formed: Amit Shah
After Rahul Bose's video, JW Mariott bananas to undergo narco analysis to find out if they are really worth 442 rupees
Two childhood friends come to blows after one explains benefit of mutual funds but other refuses to say 'sahi hai'