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Goods and Services Tax Bill


GST: Despite 12% headline rate, work contracts to be cheaper

May 20, 2017 2:50 am

The GST regime will reduce the cash component of the construction economy, because, to avail of ITC, the raw materials have to be sourced from GST-registered vendors.

Jaya opposes GST Bill: Will ‘encroach’ on state powers

August 23, 2011 1:14 am

Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa voiced her opposition to the proposed Goods and Services Tax Bill to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

5% hospital tax is out,relief for garment firms

March 23, 2011 12:31 am

Withdrawing the proposed 5 per cent service tax on hospitals and diagnostic tests.


Govt. to prepone Budget Session if Congress supports GST: Naidu

January 17, 2016 12:00 pm

New Delhi, Jan 17 (ANI): Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday said that he suggested Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan of advancing the Budget Session if the Congress supports Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill. He added that Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had earlier discussed three conditions put by the Congress regarding GST with the party leaders.

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James Webb Space Telescope helps scientists study icy rings of asteroid Chariklo

January 28, 2023 15:40 IST

Scientists used the James Webb Space Telescope to study the distant asteroid Charilko and its icy rings.

Maharashtra: Teen raped by two men posing as cops in Thane district

Updated: January 28, 2023 15:39 IST

The incident took place around 1.30 pm on Friday when the minor girl was taking a stroll with her boyfriend near a creek in Dombivili town of Kalyan taluka, an official said.

Delhi News Live Updates: ‘Uproot, throw Arvind Kejriwal out of Delhi,’ Anurag Thakur urges BJP cadre to take a pledge

Updated: January 28, 2023 15:39 IST

Delhi News Live Updates: Anurag Thakur was speaking at the Dr Ambedkar International Centre on day two of the BJP’s state executive meeting.

Bankers on Adani $2.5 bln share sale consider delay, price cut after rout

Updated: January 28, 2023 15:50 IST

Among the options the bankers are considering are to extend the Tuesday closing date for the subscription of the issue by four days, the sources told news agency Reuters on Saturday.

Breakthrough in Airoli Katai Naka project: Left tunnel now open on both sides

Updated: January 28, 2023 15:30 IST

The stretch between Thane Belapur Road and National Highway 4, which was originally 3.4 km, will soon come down to 1.69 km (under phase 1) after the tunnelling work is over, said officials.

Shruti Haasan opens up on Salaar, working with Prashanth Neel: ‘My role is pivotal to the story’

January 28, 2023 15:30 IST

Shruti Haasan celebrated her birthday on Saturday and discussed her upcoming year.

Bid to screen BBC documentary: DU constitutes panel to look into incidents of Jan 27

Updated: January 28, 2023 15:29 IST

The notification issued by the Registrar of Delhi University stated that the Vice-Chancellor has constituted the seven-member committee which will be chaired by proctor Rajni Abbi.

Do you know who used ‘Pakistan’ for the first time on this day in 1933? No, it wasn’t Jinnah

Updated: January 28, 2023 15:25 IST

On January 28, 1933, a law student in Cambridge used the term 'Pakistan' for the first time, to describe the “Muslim homelands” of western and northern India. Here is the story of Choudhary Rehmat Ali.

Mumbai Art Street: This mural honouring Savitribai Phule, Fatima Shaikh is a reminder of Hindu-Muslim unity

Updated: January 28, 2023 15:14 IST

An ode to the legacy of the foremost pioneers of education in India, the mural is dedicated to the ideals and beliefs of Savitribai Phule and Fatima Shaikh who helped many break free from the shackles of patriarchy and caste barriers.

Mumbai News Live Updates: Mumbai BJP president urges police action against TISS students planning to screen BBC documentary on PM Modi

Updated: January 28, 2023 15:13 IST

Mumbai News Live Updates: The BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi was banned using emergency powers under the IT Rules (2021). The Central government called the film a “propaganda piece that lacks objectivity and reflects a colonial mindset”.