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Textile industry seeks 5% duty under GST

The textile industry wants a uniform duty of 5% under the Goods and Services Tax(GST), which is expected to be rolled out from July this year. The Centre had announced special packages for the appare... The Hindu, 1 hour ago
GST: Cooperation of trade, industry sought The Hindu, 21 hours ago
Gear up for GST, trade and industry urged Business Line, 1 day ago

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India to levy service tax on freight for imports on delivered basis

By Nidhi Verma NEW DELHI, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Overseas exporters chartering foreign vessels to supply goods to India will have to pay a service tax on freight from Sunday, a government notification said. It will be the same as the 4.5 percent ...
 Sharenet1 hour ago Govt to levy service tax on freight for imports on delivered basis  New Indian Express1 hour ago GREAT EASTERN SHIPPING : India to levy service tax on freight for imports on delivere..  4 Traders1 hour ago
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Manorama Online

Service Tax Maybe Hiked In Union Budget 2017-18

» » » The government may hike the service tax to align the same closer to the GST. Posted By: Sunil Fernandes Published: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 10:28 [IST] Services tax maybe hiked in the Union Budget 2017-18 to largely align the ...
 Oneindia10 hours ago GST can be a game changer for Kerala. Here is why  Manorama Online15 hours ago MANAGING TAX RISKS: VAT on financial services  Tanzania Citizen3 hours ago Are multiple service tax rates in the offing?  Economic Times1 day ago
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DNA

Goods and Services Tax: Beyond audit & scrutiny, dual control still a grey area

On Monday, the Centre and the states managed to hammer out a broad consensus over the contentious issue of division of administrative control over tax assessees. The states and the Centre may have crossed the first hurdle of evolving a consensus on ...
 Indian Express21 hours ago GST Rollout is a Major Step Forward in these Vindictive times  Equitymaster.com1 day ago Community services benefiting from over £270k of council funding  South Cambs District Council1 day ago Now, GST to roll out on July 1  DNA2 days ago
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GST receipt estimates not to be part of FY17's Budget estimate

April 1 deadline for implementing the goods and services tax looks unlikely
 Business Standard1 week ago Budget 2017 Expectations: Focus On GST And Customs Law  News18.com3 hours ago GST may be implemented in Jul-Sep qtr of 2017-18: Deutsche  Business Standard1 week ago GST: Discussion on laws inconclusive; April 1 rollout unlikely  Money Control1 month ago
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Deccan Chronicle

GST will benefit Kerala with at least 20 per cent tax revenue increase: T M Thomas Issac

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Goods and Services Tax, scheduled to be rolled out from July in the country, would benefit Kerala to a great extent with at least 20 per cent increase in tax revenue, state Finance Minister T M Thomas Issac said here today. ...
 Economic Times1 day ago 'GST will benefit Ker with at least 20pc tax revenue increase'  Business Standard1 day ago 'GST will benefit Kerala with at least 20 pc tax revenue increase'  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Environmental tax hike a cause for concern  Viet Nam News13 hours ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Retailers Seek Early Implementation of GST

Retailers have sought for early implementation of the Goods and Services Tax regime which they believe will be a game-changer for country's retail sector. Industry body Retailers Association of India has asked for early implementation of the GST, ...
 Outlook India6 hours ago
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Siasat Daily

Tax Evasion Up To Rs. 2 Crore A Bailable Offence, Decides GST Council

India January 19(IM): To make the Goods and Services Tax or GST regime less onerous, the centre and states have decided to water down the penal provisions to ensure a trader gets immediate bail if the alleged tax evasion is up to Rs. 2 crore. The ...
 Indian Mirror3 hours ago GST: Tax evasion up to Rs 2 cr a bailable offence  Press Trust of India8 hours ago Under GST, Tax Evasion Up To Rs 2 Crore Will Be A Bailable Offence  Bloomberg-Quint5 hours ago Tax Evasion Up To Rs 2 Crore A Bailable Offence, Decides GST Council  NDTV7 hours ago
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Why govt decentralised GST's IT system to 34 service providers with autonomy to find the best tech startups

November 2014. Bureaucrat Prakash Kumar was a month into his new role as CEO of the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN), a not-for-profit private company to provide IT systems and services to link around eight million tax-paying businesses in ...
 Economic Times21 hours ago
Sify

State will benefit from GST, says Finance Minister

State Finance and Excise and Taxation Minister Capt Abhimanyu today termed the introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) a revolutionary step towards one nation-one tax system. He said this would simplify the tax system between states and the ...
 Chandigarh Tribune21 hours ago Finance ministry, states move closer to draft GST bill- Jaitley  Sify3 weeks ago India's finance ministry, states move closer to draft GST bill- Jaitley  Sify3 weeks ago
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