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Govt approves GST amendments; to compensate states for five years
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Real Estate Bill not strong enough to protect home buyers: Opp...

The Congress, CPI (M), AIADMK and the Samajwadi Party have filed dissent notes to the report of the Rajya Sabha select committee on the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, which was tabled in the Upper House on Thursday. The Congress ... Hindu Business Line, 2 days ago
Cabinet moves on GST Bill, infrastructure fund Financial Express, 3 days ago
Indian Express

Parliament: Panel to table report on real estate Bill today

Parliament The select committee of Rajya Sabha is expected to table its report on the real estate Bill — The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013 — on the floor of the House Thursday. One of the major consumer protection ...
 Indian Express3 days ago Panel report on real estate regulation Bill tabled in RS  Smart Investor2 days ago House committee clears realty bill  Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago Real Estate Bill: panel backs Govt on locking up only 50% of buyer funds  Hindu Business Line3 days ago

FinMin working for a reasonable GST rate: Revenue secy

A day after Cabinet approved incorporation of changes in the landmark GST Bill as suggested a Rajya Sabha Select panel, Finance Ministry Thursday said it is working closely on a "reasonable" GST rate. "Working closely on GST rates. Reasonable ...
 The Echo Of India2 days ago Finance ministry working for a reasonable GST rate, says revenue secretary  Firstpost.com2 days ago 'FinMin working for a reasonable GST rate'  The Statesman2 days ago Finance minsiter working for a reasonable GST rate: Revenue secretary  Times of India2 days ago

Rajya Sabha panel for up to 20% GST rate; Congress wants it within 18%

A select committee of the Rajya Sabha has observed that the standard Goods and Services Tax (GST) rate should be within 20 per cent, while the lower one should not cross 14 per cent. These rates are quite lower than the Revenue Neutral Rate (RNR) of ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago Rajya Sabha panel for standard GST rate up to 20%  Smart Investor1 week ago Congress move may hot up Rajya Sabha election  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Financial Express

Compensate States for 5 years: GST panel

The Rajya Sabha-appointed select panel on the Goods and Services Tax Bill (GST) has suggested that States be compensated for loss of revenues arising from GST implementation for five years. This could, to a large extent, clear the hurdle in the ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago Rajya Sabha panel vets GST Bill; cloud lingers  Financial Express1 week ago Compensate States for 5 Years, Says GST Panel  New Indian Express1 week ago
News on Air

Congress to file dissent as Parliament panel readies report on GST bill

Representational image (Photo: PTI) The Select Committee of Rajya Sabha today discussed the bill clause-by-clause New Delhi : Congress preparing a dissent note on the long-pending GST bill as a Parliamentary panel looking into the legislation gets ready to ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Government agrees to major demands in GST Bill  Business Today India1 week ago Parliamentary Committee's report on GST Bill to be considered by RS Select Committee on Monday  News on Air1 week ago GST: Govt gives in on major demand  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

RS panel proposal on GST: Industry fears 'cascade' of woes

Only interstate sale of goods would be imposed one per cent tax A key recommendation of the Rajya Sabha’s select committee to confine one per cent tax over the proposed goods and services tax to only the interstate movement of goods, which are for a consideration, would considerably reduce the contentious cascading effect of the levy, but would not completely eliminate it. Besides, the fears expressed by Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian that imports may be cheaper in some cases ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Industry fears 'cascade' of woes over RS panel proposal on 1% tax on GST  Smart Investor1 week ago

GST bill: AIDMK, Left give dissenting note to the Rajya Sabha select committee

NEW DELHI: The AIADMK on Tuesday gave its dissenting note to the Rajya Sabha select committee on the GST bill, registering its opposition to many provisions in the draft report cleared by the panel. The party wants the bill to keep natural gas out ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Bring more transparency in builder-buyer agreement

GHAZIABAD: Two days after a Rajya Sabha select committee invited feedback on the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013, Ghaziabad homebuyers have asked the panel to ensure greater transparency in builder-buyer agreements. The ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Homebuyers invited to give feedback on real estate bill  Times of India4 weeks ago

Govt drafting model legislations for GST implementation: Tax official

The GST bill, which has been approved by the Lok Sabha, is being scrutinized by a select committee of the Rajya Sabha. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint New Delhi: Model legislations to implement the goods and services tax (GST) are being prepared ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago Jaitley hopeful of GST bill passage in upcoming Parliament session  First Post.com3 weeks ago Govt committed to passage of GST in July: Arun Jaitley  Money Control2 months ago Government committed to passage of GST in July: FM Arun Jaitley  Economic Times2 months ago
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