You can completely avoid paying capital gains tax by taking NHAI Bond for the entire aount of Capital Gain of Rs. 32 lakh.
The NHAI Bond gives 5.25% interest perannum (which is taxable). In spite of low interest rate, you will be better of by putting the money in NHAI Bonds, instead of paying capital gains tax.
You have to approach HDFC Bank (one of the Authorised Banks) for getting the NHAI Bonds.
After 3 years, you will get the entire deposited amount of Rs. 32 lakhs. The interest amount you will get annually.
Your idea of putting the amount of capital gains in NHAI Bonds is very good. Please go ahead.
|Originally posted by : Kamal|
|My divorce (mutual consent) happened 3 years back. My daughter (9 years old) with the former wife. Mother of my daughter does not allow me to meet with the daughter. So, I visit my daughter at school (Private CBSE) regularly(2 times in a month). My daughter shifted to a new school. The principal is not happy about my visit to the school. Last day the principal told me with anger. "School is not the place to visit your daughter. Make other arrangements. This is your last visit. Don't come again here". Her rogue words hurt my mind so much.
The principal is a tough lady and she always talks me with anger. I want to meet my daughter. Please guide me how to survive in this situation?
Hi Kamal, same happened with me and I wrote a letter to Principle asking me why its done to me as I am biological father of my son and I have full right to get academic update of my son. Still awaiting reply from Principlal but this letter shocked wife and my In Laws. It will help you in future for your cases
@Kumar @Sachin, I really appreciate and thank you for your valuable suggestions, it gives lot of moral support for the sufferers.
|Originally posted by : Sekar|
|A2, A3, A4 are my parents and sister, A5, A6, A7 are maternal uncles.
for A1 trial it may take years, so i want to make use of this quash for divorce.
Implicating parents of husband in false case is mental curelty and thus is strong ground for divorce.