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There may be initial problems during GST rollout: FM

He also said the GST Council will look at bringing real estate within the GST net by next year and revisit taxing of petroleum products under the new regime in 1-2 years.
Zee News

There should be no politics on GST launch: Arun Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday asked the Congress to refrain from indulging in politics over GST launch, saying all decisions with regard to the new tax regime were taken unanimously by the..
Zee News

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News video: GST rollout on July 1st midnight; rates fixed for hotels, lottery

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17th GST Council meeting: No luxury of time to defer GST, says Arun Jaitley Rollout set for July 1; deadline for filing returns for first two months relaxed...
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Natural gas may be included in GST, to benefit ONGC

The GST Council may decide to include natural gas in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime as a measure to provide some relief to the oil and gas sector.
DNA

Govt reaches out to Manmohan Singh for GST meet

A formal invitation to attend the special meeting of the GST Council on June 30 was delivered to the former PM by finance minister Arun Jaitley. A formal invite has also been extended to former PM HD..
IndiaTimes

Centre defers TDS & TCS under GST

After GST Council's announcement on Monday, they need not require collecting 1 per cent TCS while making payment to suppliers under the GS), set to roll out from July 1.
DNA

Brace for costlier banking services under GST

All banking services such as ATM withdrawals, cheque book issuance, demand drafts, cash deposits will turn costlier from July 1 with the implementation of good and services tax (GST). The service..
DNA

Foodgrain may not be cheaper under GST

Will foodgrain and pulses really become cheap after the GST? The fine print is different from what is being made to believe. The GST Council has proposed a zero rate structure or nil tax for most of..
Deccan Herald

Artistes concerned over 18% GST on ticketed shows

Following an online petition started by Jagriti Theatre objecting opposing 18% Goods and Services Tax on ticketed performing art shows, artistes from other streams have also raised their concerns about..
Deccan Herald

Don't wait for last day to file returns, cautions GSTN Chairman

Despite the GST Council giving a one-month extension in filing returns under the new indirect tax regime, businesses should start uploading invoices much earlier, says Goods and Services Tax Network..
Sify

Mkts in consolidation mode; auto, bank scrips pull down Sensex

The markets took to consolidation mode as the benchmark BSE Sensex gave up early gains to end 153 points lower at 31,138.21 today while the broader Nifty cracked below the 9,600-mark on profit booking,..
Deccan Herald

No power tariff hike post GST, says Goyal

Power tariff will not go up in the country post GST, Union Power and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal said on Thursday. "I don't see any possibility of a spike in the power tariff due to the..
Deccan Herald

No possibility of power tariff hike after GST rollout: Piyush Goyal

Goyal added that there are a couple of issues raised, which will be put forth at the next meeting of the GST Council. One of them pertains to the issue of tax on product made up of fly ash, a..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •DNADeccan Herald

Snack Food Association Demands 5 Percent GST Rate Instead of 12 Percent on Namkeen-farsans

snack food association demands 5 percent gst rate instead of 12 percent on namkeen-farsans
*Business Wire India* *(L-R) Kavarla Daga - Rajkamal Namkeen, Ajit mota - Mota chips, Shri Deepak kesarkar - Minister of State for Finance and Planning, Shri Sudhir Mungantiwar - Finance Minister of..
Business Wire India Also reported by •Sify

India: Updates In The Run Up To GST Rollout - SKP Business Consulting LLP

Draft Rules are under the consideration of the GST Council through which a National Anti-Profiteering Authority may be notified.
Mondaq

Harsh powers in hands of anti-profiteering authority

Government ensures post-GST reduction of prices. On 18th June 2017, the GST council finalised the anti-profiteering rules 2017. As per the said rules where the a uthority determines that a registered..
DNA

Tax Freedom At Midnight: Nation's tryst with GST

At the stroke of midnight of June 30-July 1, India will awake to 'one country, one tax' regime. The biggest tax reform after Independence, the Goods and Services Tax (GST), will be rolled out from the..
DNA

Government notifies 18 sections, 2 rules for GST

Days ahead of the rollout of Goods and Service Tax, the government  on Tuesday notified sections in the GST Act dealing with mandatory registration of current indirect tax payers in the new..
DNA

Snack Food Association demands 5% GST rate on food products

The Snack Food Association of Maharashtra (SFAM) today urged the government to cut GST rate to 5 per cent from the 12 per cent announced by the GST Council.
DNA

Midnight event to usher in GST

The historic Central Hall in Parliament will witness a special midnight event on June 30 to roll out Indias biggest tax reform---the Goods and Services Tax (GST). A conch was blown to herald the..
Deccan Herald

A midnight event at Parliament's Central Hall will herald the birth of GST

The historic Central Hall of Parliament will witness a special event at the stroke of midnight on June 30 when Indias biggest tax reform - the Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be launched converting..
Deccan Herald


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