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Infosys to roll out Goods and Services Tax network soon
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Infosys to roll out Goods and Services Tax network soon

Infosys will soon implement the central government's ambitious project to network the country for its Goods and Services Tax (GST) collection, a senior official said on Monday. "As the sole vendor for the five-year project, we will set up the ... Business Today India, 4 hours ago
Centre circulates model GST laws among states Times of India, 1 day ago

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TS to lose Rs 2,600cr with GST

Hyderabad : The Goods and Services Tax (GST) set to be implemented by the Centre across the country from the next fiscal (2016-17) has set alarm bells ringing in the Telangana government. The finance department, after assessing the pros and cons of ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 hours ago 'GST can be implemented anytime during the year'  Deccan Herald4 days ago GST can be implemented any time in 2016: CBEC  Financial Express4 days ago GST is a big reform, the govt has to get it right  Rediff.com1 month ago
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PM Modi hopeful of GST rollout in 2016, says no more retro tax

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday the government is hopeful of rolling out a landmark goods and services tax bill by next year and will not to resort to retrospective taxation, in a bid to woo foreign investors to Asia's third-largest ...
 Hindustan Times6 days ago PM Modi: GST rollout in 2016, climate in India conducive for investment  Indian Express6 days ago

GST can't be a reality without Cong support: Jairam Ramesh

Deflating the claims being made by the government of getting the goods and services tax Bill passed by isolating the Congress, Jairam Ramesh, party spokesperson and Rajya Sabha member, said: “The GST cannot be a reality without the support of the Congress.” The Bharatiya Janata Party-led government and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley have proposed calling Parliament's special session to get the Bill, a crucial instrument in the government’s economic reform agenda, passed. The ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Conditional GST, says Cong  Rediff.com1 month ago GST Bill's fate depends on government's ability to listen: Jairam Ramesh  The Freepress Journal3 days ago Congress cannot 'derail' GST, affirms Jaitley  Rediff.com1 month ago

Dynamics of calling a special session of Parliament

Govt is mulling a special session to amend the constitution to enable a national goods and services tax. Kavita Chowdhury answers a few FAQs on the complexities The government is mulling a special session to amend the constitution to enable a national goods and services tax. A look at the dynamics involved: The two houses of Parliament have been adjourned sine die but not prorogued. What does this mean? Prorogation means termination of a session of a House by an order of the President under ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago No special sitting on GST; President to prorogue Monsoon Session  Rediff.com1 month ago

With a day left in monsoon session, govt to push for GST desperately

Just in: The government is likely to push for a vote on Goods and Services Tax Bill today despite continuing disruption with one day left in monsoon session in Parliament. The GST will help bring down prices as there will be no tax on taxes, said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. The government introduced the bill in the Rajya Sabha yesterday even as protests continued from the Congress. The Congress said that the government was trying to cover up slow economic growth by introducing the GST ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 'We are ready for GST rollout from April 1, 2016'  Rediff.com1 month ago Stasis in the House  Rediff.com1 month ago Stormy monsoon session ends, key legislations delayed  Rediff.com2 months ago

Bihar election results won't alter course of reforms: Citi

I It noted that since there is a broad consensus on major reforms such as the Goods & Service Tax, improving ease of doing business, "the reforms may stay on course". The high-stake Bihar Assembly election began today with voting for 49 seats, ...
 Moneycontrol.com18 hours ago Bihar Elections: Crucial Polls Pit Indian PM Narendra Modi's Party Against 'Grand' Regional Coalition  International Business Times21 hours ago
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Jordan tax revenues down 9 per cent in 7 months

Revenues collected through sales tax on locally made products and goods sank by almost 20 per cent Jordan's revenues from the general tax on commodities and services have declined by nine per cent in the first seven months of the current year, ...
 AME Info22 hours ago Indirect Tax Collection Up 32.6 Per cent To Rs 61,284 Crore  Oneindia3 days ago Georgia's Revenue From Sales Tax Declining, Report Says  WABE3 days ago Revenue collection drops 3.64 per cent  Himalayan Times1 week ago

Govt drops plan to recall parliament to pass GST

India's government has given up plans to reconvene a parliament session to secure approval for a common goods and services tax because of lack of political support, the finance minister said on Wednesday, making it harder to meet an April 2016 deadline to implement the reform. The retreat came just as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration has been assuring an increasingly sceptical business community that Asia's third-largest economy can withstand global market turbulence and China's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Government makes fresh attempt to pass GST bill  Rediff.com1 month ago

Investing in tax-free bonds? Here's a checklist

Among other public service undertakings that are likely to raise money are Indian Railway Finance Corporation and National Highways Authority of India. After a one-year gap, tax-free bonds are back, with NTPC looking to raise up to Rs 700 crore or Rs 7 billion. This is the first issuance this year that is open for the public. There is opportunity for retail investors to lock into yields that will give assured income over a long-term period. The bonds have the highest rating of AAA. Considering ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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