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Why GST may not be worth the heartburn; govt should hasten slowly on it
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Why GST may not be worth the heartburn; govt should hasten slo...

The goods and services tax as it now stands is not quite reform. It may have more heartburn than payoffs for the country. The post Why GST may not be worth the heartburn; govt should hasten slowly on it appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 1 day ago
Will GST make things costlier or cheaper? Livemint.com, 3 days ago
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Business Insider India

ICAI meet discusses GST Bill

Jnanadayini the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Indias (ICAI) national meet discussed the Goods and Services Tax Bill. President Manoj Fadnis gave a detailed presentation on the GSTs rapid changes in the upcoming Acts and rules. Fadnis also said ICAI is ...
 Business Line3 days ago Modi is desperate and it shows in the way he's seeking Congress support on the GST  Business Insider India1 week ago GST fresh stab in the time of market jitters  The Telegraph1 week ago Govt indicates plans to reconvene Monsoon Session; GST, Land bill, Real Estate bill key agenda  DNA1 week ago
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Business Line

Early roll-out of GST bill will be top priority, says Revenue Secretary

Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia on Tuesday said the early roll-out of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill will be his top priority.Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reform agenda suffered a major setback last month when lawmakers in the Rajya Sabha ...
 Business Standard2 days ago New Revenue Secy Adhia aims for more transparency in tax administration  Business Line3 days ago Bad elements in tax dept to be dealt with: Revenue secy  The Financial Chronicle3 days ago CBEC must aim at 22% growth in service tax collection: Revenue Secretary  DNA India1 week ago
India Infoline

Top Economy News of the day

The Government is toying with the idea of convening another short monsoon session of Parliament to pass the Goods & Services Tax Bill.Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu said the government was holding parleys with the Opposition for an extended ...
 India Infoline1 week ago GST to Drive Growth to Double Digits: Godrej  New Indian Express6 days ago Another Parliament session likely for GST bill  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Special parliament session only after consensus on GST  Prokerala1 week ago
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NDTV Profit

VAT up, ultrasound free for patients at govt hosps

Ahead of Centre’s move to pass Goods and Services Tax in parliament, UP government on Tuesday decided to increase by 0.5% value added tax on all products except cement, tyre and tubes (not applicable to tractor tyres and tubes), processed and frozen meats, ...
 Times of India2 days ago In run-up to GST, Fin Min rechristens Service Tax directorate  Business Standard2 weeks ago Fin Min renames Service Tax directorate  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago In Run-Up to GST, Finance Ministry Rechristens Service Tax Directorate  NDTV Profit2 weeks ago
Times of India

Indian tech companies shying away from government projects

Other than the goods and services tax, which is now mired in political wrangling, Indian technology firms are turning their backs on most government projects.
 Times of India3 weeks ago Counterfeit goods real challenge to 'Make in India': Report  Oneindia3 days ago Digital India: IT cos wary of govt projs | Can India buck int'l trends in coal?  Economic Times3 weeks ago
Moneycontrol.com

Naina Lal Kidwai sees 25-50 bps rate cut by RBI by year-end

W On the logjam in Parliament regarding the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, Kidwai said: "We all want it, all the parties want it, it is part of the ideology of the Congress party, it is the BJP's agenda as well and yet it doesn't move forward.
 Moneycontrol.com3 days ago
MSN India

GST rollout good for manufacturing but not services: Ambit

The ambitious goods and services tax (GST), which the NDA government is trying to push through, is not as revolutionary as is widely believed and its impact on economic growth, as proposed in its current form, will be mixed at best.
 Money Control1 week ago Keep agricultural produce out of GST ambit, argues PHD Chamber  DNA3 weeks ago Keep agri-produce out of GST ambit: PHD Chamber  Jagran Post3 weeks ago Good GST regime must for India: Former CBEC chief  Deccan Herald1 month ago
NDTV Profit

GST Would Propel India's Growth: Adi Godrej

New Delhi : Singling out GST or Goods and Services Tax as a key for driving growth, Godrej Group chairman Adi Godrej on Thursday said implementing it alone can propel India's growth rate to double digits. "Even if there are no other reforms, if the ...
 NDTV Profit1 week ago GST would propel India's growth, says Adi Godrej  Money Today1 week ago
Reuters India

Special session uncertain as Congress non-committal on GST Bill

Uncertainty loomed large over calling a special parliament session for passage of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, with the Congress remaining non-committal on its support to the BJP-led NDA government over it.To reach a consensus to call a special ...
 Prokerala1 week ago GST Bill: Govt moves to call for special session, but Congress non-committal  Business Standard1 week ago GST Bill: Govt reaches out but Congress non-committal  State Times1 week ago Government makes fresh attempt to pass GST reform  Reuters India1 week ago
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