Rs 90 cr tax collected from Goa offshore casinos last fiscal

Goa government collected Rs 90 crore in the form of entertainment and entry tax from five off shore casino vessels during financial year 2012-13, state Legislative Assembly was told Friday.

CAG raps Delhi Govt for loss of Rs 2,310 cr in tax collection

Under assessment, irregular claims of exemption in tax collection system of Delhi Government have caused a loss of over Rs 2,300 crore to the exchequer in 2011-12, the Comptroller and Auditor General said in a report.

Nagaland govt to crack whip on illegal collection

Nagaland Home minister Imkong Imchen reviewed at a high level meeting the situation arising out of extortion and illegal tax collection by various organizations, and unions in the state, particularly in and around Dimapur.

`U`khand for better tax collection, no new taxes`

Uttarakhand Finance and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Indira Hridayesh has asked officials to ensure proper collection of existing taxes.

Tax collection in MP circle to cross target

The Income Tax Department`s Madhya
Pradesh and Chhattisgarh circle is expected to cross Rs 10,000 crore mark.

CAG indicts J&K govt over non-recovery of Rs 1,211 cr tax

The CAG
has criticised the J&K government for systemic deficiencies
that resulted in under-recovery of Rs 1,211 crore worth of tax
money due to inadequate planning and non-compliance with the
extant procedures and rules.

Delhi govt`s revenue in 2010-11 first qtr up by Rs 1,000 cr

Cash-strapped Delhi Government can heave a sigh of relief as its tax collection in the first quarter of current fiscal went up by over Rs 1,000 crore
compared to the corresponding period last year.

Delhi Govt expects to collect Rs 15,582 crore as tax

The city Government estimates
to collect a total of Rs 15,582 crore from tax revenue in the
financial year 2010-11, which is an increase of nearly 18 per
cent over the current fiscal.

Advance tax collection rises 20 per cent during April-Dec

The advance tax collection from India Inc rose 20 per cent during the first nine months of the current fiscal compared to the same period last year, with automobiles, consumer goods and metals leading the pack.