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  1. Self-Improvement-159: Never blame anyone ...
  2. A Thought for Today-686: Positive Thinking
  3. India Watch-24: 560 princely states merge to form the Union of India
  4. Eyecatchers-18: Major Tax Fugitives of India
  5. Facts and Figures-86: Employment in IT in India
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Self-Improvement-159: Never blame anyone ...

Never blame anyone in your life.  Good people give you Happiness. Bad people give your Experience. Worst people give you a Lesson and best people give you Memories.
    

A Thought for Today-686: Positive Thinking

No poison can kill a positive thinker - Unknown
    

India Watch-24: 560 princely states merge to form the Union of India

Just after birth of Independent India, we executed the world’s largest merger and acquisition activity, when 560 small princely states joined (merged) into the Union of India. Hardly any blood was spilt, nor any bullet fired.
    

Eyecatchers-18: Major Tax Fugitives of India





Cities with the richest tax fugitives

The Times of India has published an infographic in its column of Oct.12, 2017 the following, quoting the Income Tax Dept as its source:

Under its ‘Name and Shame’ policy, the income tax department publishes the list of income tax and corporate tax defaulters. So far it has named 96 defaulters. They all have tax arrears above Rs 1 crore, but are either not traceable or their assets are inadequate to cover the tax dues. Hyderabad was the last known address of 24 of these 96 defaulters, followed by Ahmedabad and Mumbai.

Tax defaulters and Tax arrrears:
Hyderabad 24 (Rs.1027 crores)
Ahmedabad 20 (Rs.486 crores)
Mumbai 12 (Rs.1,063 crores)
Delhi 6 (Rs. 24 crores)
Visakhapatnam 5 (Rs.17 crores)
Kolkata 4 (Rs.77 crores)
Pune 4 (Rs. 337 crores)
Surat 4 (Rs.76 crores)
Lucknow 3 (Rs. 284 crores)
Ludhiana 3 (Rs. 23 crores)
Bhopal 2 (Rs.20 crores)
Chandigarh 2 (Rs.26 crores)
Jaipur 2 (Rs. 90 crores)
Mangaluru 2 (Rs. 23 crores)
Guwahat 1 (Rs. 12 crores)
Panchmahal 1 (Rs. 27 crores)
Secunderabad 1 (Rs.2 crores)

Excerpt from The Times of India, Oct.12, 2017

Grateful thanks to The Times of India

    

Facts and Figures-86: Employment in IT in India

As of the year 2012, IT sector in India provided direct employment to 2.8 million and indirect employment to 8.9 million individuals. Considering the consistent growth of about 13% per year on workforce and revenues, we can assume that by the end of 2016 the entire IT sector will have close to 4.6 million direct employees and 14.5 million indirect employees in the sector.

Source: Quora.com
Grateful thanks to Quora.com
    

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