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Durgesh Joglekar (Mcom)     13 July 2011

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you can try 

https://www.amfiindia.com

 
or search as AMFIINDIA on google.com you will get the working link/site........

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CA ADITYA SHARMA (CA IN PRACTICE )     13 July 2011

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agree with tushar                                  

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@*CS Siddharth Bumb. * (B.Com, CA Final, CS )     13 July 2011

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yes it is exempt...agree with all of them

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GIRISH KHUBCHANDANI (STUDENT)     16 July 2011

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LONG TERM CAPITAL GAIN ARISING ON MUTUAL IS EXEMP UNDER SEC 10(38) IF AND ONLY IT IS LISTED OTHERWISE IT WILL BE TAXABLE.

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Balaji (Knowledge Seeker)     18 July 2011

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No need to rack your brains-if the AMC has deducted STT,then it is exempt.Otherwise taxable.

nidhi varma (student)     20 March 2012

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It is same like normal mutual funds. And mutual funds company never disclosed there policies about what they are do with invested money. So our main purpose is just investing with mutual funds to save our money.. I also resentally invest in mutual funds with Franklin Templeton India. So you also dont think much about exempted mutual funds and invest for your security..

 

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