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GST Council To Vet E-way, Anti-profiteering Rules On June 18

The all powerful GST Council will meet on June 18 to finalise tax rates on lottery as well as rules relating to e-way bill and anti-profiteering measures. This will be the 17th meeting of the GST Council, chaired by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and comprising state counterparts

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‘GST Exemption From Education Sector Can Bring More Literacy’

Non-conventional courses were not exempted from service tax earlier and now, a GST rate of 18 per cent shall affect them only marginally.

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Highest GST Slab For Beedis Hailed?

Significantly, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that tobacco taxes have the potential to reduce tobacco use, save lives and generate revenues, they said.

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GST Council Forms 18 Groups To Sort Out Industry Worries

The GST Council has set up 18 sectoral groups to interact with the sectors like telecom, banking and export and sort out their issues in a time-bound manner for a smooth transition to the new indirect tax regime

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Sensex, Nifty Scale New Peaks On GST Preparedness

Benchmark indices closed range bound session higher on Monday (5 June) after the GST Council finalised rates for some commodities and looked confident of the indirect tax regime's rollout scheduled from July 1.

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GST Council Clears Rules, States Agree To July 1 Rollout

The GST Council cleared the pending rules, including transition provisions and returns, with all the states agreeing to July 1 roll-out of the Goods and Services Tax

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GST Council to finalise rates on gold, textiles on June 3

The GST Council had last month fitted over 1,200 goods and 500 services in the four tax brackets of 5, 12, 18 and 28 per cent.

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The Big, Bold Strides

Demonetisation may be remembered for a few years, but GST will be remembered forever

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Indian Economy Rides On Consumer Spending Revival Ahead Of GST Launch

The prospect of another big reform - the launch of a multi-rate Goods and Services Tax (GST) from July 1 - could also be bringing forward spending into the current quarter as shoppers look to avoid rates of 28 per cent, or higher, on some consumer durables and luxury items

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ICAI Sets Up Desks To Help Traders With GST

Chartered accountants' apex body ICAI has set up desks to help small businessmen and traders on Goods and Services Tax, which is set to be rolled out from July 1

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Three Years Of Modi Govt: Work In Progress

The overall strategy does not seem to have spurred the overall investment growth perceptibly

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Three Years Of Modi Govt: Looking At The Proverbial Glass

The NPA problem should be recognised as not merely a banking problem, but a national problem

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Three Years Of Modi Govt: Reform The Subsidy System

The NPA problem should be recognised as not merely a banking problem, but a national problem

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India Clarifies Tax On Solar Power Equipment, Parts at 5%

India will levy a 5 per cent tax on all equipment required for generating solar power compared with nil duty now

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Mercedes To Cut Made In India Model Prices By Up To Rs 7 Lakh

The new prices will be effective tomorrow through the whole of June, but in case GST is deferred, the company said it would revert to the old prices till its rollout

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