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FinMin may drop retrospective tax law to end Vodafone dispute. Do you support the mov... Read full message
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Yes..absolutely..would be brave & friendly step..

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7.36 PM Aug 14th
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8.27 PM Jul 11th
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11.25 PM Jul 3rd
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I think vodafone should be asked to issue IPO IN India and a common bonding must be made so that this issue must be resolved before any tax reforms I think this is not wholly fault of vodafone as Hutch is also respobsible for this
7.38 PM Jul 3rd
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if done so then it will be big revenue loss to govt and country as whole
7.15 PM Jul 2nd
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we all tax payers are full that we are paying tax befor the time and this politicians encourage the corruption . now real tax payer should be more active that other also should pay tax eventhough it is vadafon
5.38 PM Jun 30th
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If any goveenmnet fail to pass law in time or pass the law which was correct at that of time that law sholud not reversed by new or pravailing government.
11.43 AM Jun 20th
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No. Having put lot of efforts,why to leave the case.Every effort should be made to collect tax, to give relief to tax payers,
11.21 AM Jun 20th
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Basically bringing in rules with retrospective effect is wrong. This will only mean that nobody is safe ANYTIME as the government can always bring in some condition and apply it retrospectively. If someone has found a loophole and figured out ways and means to work through it - it only means that the law was badly written and the fools who wrote it must pay. Ok - now that they know about it, they must eat crow, thank the guy who found the loophole and change the law - but only prospectively. At any rate, this Vodafone case seems more like something to do with Chidu and family, and their angst against the Telco (very similar to what Maran tried to do with Tata Tele but could not do - and did with Aircel). There seems to be more of a political plot in this whole sordid affair.
9.45 AM Jun 20th
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No, The improve FII sentiments we should not letgo the amount of tax liable to be paid. But the retrospective tax law should we dropped henceforth not to deter the new FII investments. Vodafone may settle the case amicably with the govt. and the tax authority.
9.45 AM Jun 20th
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Yes ,enough damage has been done not just to FII ,but also Indian buisness.It is time to restore the confidence.

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6.50 AM Jun 20th
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yes sir. the eaast india company will come back again to rule india.when we are unable to administer our country , let it be ruled by foreign investors.
11.35 PM Jun 19th
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i would ask my brother about unciviled law.
11.30 PM Jun 19th
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no. why the honest tax payers of india are being penalised when crores of rupees being earned by a few individuals are let go free for the sake of fdi.
11.28 PM Jun 19th
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absolutely...rationality must prevail while making big decision
5.41 PM Jun 19th
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