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Income Tax Department responsible for loss of Rs 6,000 cr in real estate taxes after error in assessment, reveals CAG report

Firstpost Tuesday, 12 February 2019
CAG has exposed the chinks in the armour of the Income Tax Department revealing that the department has lost Rs 6,093.71 crore as tax revenue from the real estate sector due to errors
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