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PM Narendra Modi's Cabinet approves 4 GST bills, over to Parliament now

India Today Monday, 20 March 2017
The four supporting GST legislations include Central GST or C-GST, the Integrated GST (I-GST), and the Union Territory GST (UT-GST), and the Compensation to the States Law.
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News video: BJP Confident Of GST Rolling Out Soon

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On a day when the GST bill has been tabled in Parliament, prominent faces from the cabinet made it amply clear that they are confident that soon GST will become a law.

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