The Indian Finance Minister (FM), Nirmala Sitharaman, presented the Union Budget (Budget) of India for the financial year (FY) 2021-22 on February 1, 2021.

This was a crucial Budget for the Government, especially against the backdrop the contraction of the GDP by 7.7 percent caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, which is expected to continue to make the road to recovery a difficult one. It appears, however, that the Budget has delivered the goods.


Union Budget 2021 – Changes with respect to Tax Litigation in India

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Extension of Exemptions to Sovereign Wealth Funds & Pension Funds in Budget 2021

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Union Budget 2021 – AAR regime overhauled!

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Union Budget 2021 – Impact on M&A

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Incentive for International Financial Services Centre

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Securities Law and Tax Changes Impacting AIFs and InvITs

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Equalisation Levy Expanded

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Union Budget 2021 - Withholding Taxes

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