You can claim the tds Deducted by your tenant in your Income Tax Return. Tds liability occurs if the rent payable during the year is more than Rs. 180,000. It is quite clear from your question that Rent received by you is More than Rs. 1,80,000 that;s why your tenant have to deduct 10% TDS on Rent.
Since Your Tenant is covered under section 44AB of The Income Tax Act,1961 as he is having Turnover of Rs 1Cr. or more, Therefore, he has to deduct TDS on rent payable.
As far as FD is Concerned, Bank deducts 10% of TDS on your Interest on FD and you can claim the same ( TDS Deducted by bank) in your ITR.
You can also claim deduction of Your FD amount (upto Rs. 1.5 Lakhs) as per section 80C of Income Tax Act,1961, if the amount invested in FD is for more than 5 years.
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