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Electoral bonds News
Electoral Bonds Row: Relief for govt; Supreme Court denies stay, asks parties to submit donation details
Fri, Apr 12, 2019
Electoral Bonds Controversy: The Supreme Court today refused to stay the electoral bonds scheme of the government and put the matter for a further hearing later.
When is the next electoral bonds sale? Know date, features, who can invest
Fri, Dec 28, 2018
According to the ministry, the Electoral Bonds shall be valid for fifteen calendar days from the date of issue and no payment shall be made to any payee Political Party if the Electoral Bond is deposited after expiry of the validity period.
6th tranche of electoral bonds sale to kick off from Nov 1: FinMin
Sat, Oct 27, 2018
The sixth tranche of electoral bonds sale will take place from November 1-10, the finance ministry said Saturday.
Electoral bonds to help government check black money in political funding
Wed, Jan 03, 2018
This move is aimed to make the political funding more transparent as presently all the funding are in the name of anonymous cash donations.
Govt announces details of electoral bonds
Tue, Jan 02, 2018
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced the introduction of these bonds during his Budget speech in February 2017
Govt actively working on electoral bond mechanism: Jaitley
Sat, Jul 22, 2017
In a major move aimed at promoting transparency in political funding, Jaitley had in this year's Budget speech announced capping of anonymous cash donations to political parties at Rs 2,000 and introduced electoral bonds.
Rajya Sabha sends back Finance Bill 2017 with 5 amendments; here's what they are
Thu, Mar 30, 2017
The bill was debated in Rajya Sabha where opposition parties criticised the manner in which it was passed in Lok Sabha and asked for five amendments.
Electoral bonds: Governments need to clarify on a few matters urgently
Wed, Mar 22, 2017
Rucha Ranadive ,Associate Economist, Care Ratings said, "This move is expected to bring in better political funding pattern and transparency in transactions. However, there is a possibility that the identity of the donor will be revealed that won’t serve the purpose and will be similar to direct donation to the party."
Finance Bill likely to get Lok Sabha's nod today; here's what you need to know about it
Wed, Mar 22, 2017
As the Finance Bill is classified as a Money Bill, it does not require bicameral approval and can be passed only by Lok Sabha, a media report said.