Free Press Journal
  • Cong doesn’t make false promises like BJP: Rahul

    Kailashahar (Tripura) : Rahul Gandhi on Friday appealed to the people of Tripura to vote for the Congress to bring good governance, saying unlike the BJP, his party does not make false promises.

  • A Guide to GST Registration

    The basic composition of GST stands on the foundation of the registration system, for it is a registered person who is liable to pay tax and who is eligible to avail the benefits of the input tax credit mechanism. A registered person can also collect GST from his recipients. An unregistered person is not taxed and is also kept outside the input tax credit mechanism. The GST law gives a limited option

  • Anti-evasion steps to bolster GST mop-up

    NEW DELHI : Revenues from the Goods and Services Tax could cross Rs 1 lakh crore a month towards the end of next fiscal once anti-evasion measures like matching of tax data and e-way bill are put in place, finance ministry officials said on Tuesday. Once the GST return filing process stabilises completely, the Directorate General of Analytics and Risk Management (DGARM) will be put to action for 360 degree profiling and

  • Indore: Experts provide much-needed training on online SGST filing

    Indore: Following rolling out of online application filing by State Goods and Service Tax (SGST) appeal board from January 18 last, experts provided the much-needed training in the process to tax consultants here on Monday. Technical and software expert team of the SGST department gave demonstration of the online application procedure and relevant documents to more than 40 CAs and tax consultants present at the programme.

  • Start working, your time is running out: Rahul to Modi

    Karatagi (Karnataka) : Lashing out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday asked him to stop giving speeches on the past and start working, saying he did not have much time before completing his term.

  • Renuka hits back at Modi, says no GST on laughter

    Panaji : Hitting back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his “Ramayana” jibe at her in Parliament, Congress MP Renuka Chowdhury on Sunday said there was no GST on laughter and that she did not need anyone’s permission to laugh.

  • Modi’s backward-looking thought led to note ban, says Rahul Gandhi

    Hospet : Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his recent Parliament speech accusing the Congress of yearning an “old India” of scams, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said Modi’s “backward-looking” thought led to note ban.

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    Chidu says economy going downward

    New Delhi : Congress leader P Chidambaram on Saturday took a swipe at the NDA government for claiming that the growth rate was better in its rule, saying it was lower than UPA’s 10 years average and was going downward.

  • Mumbai: Construction of Hancock bridge work to take off soon, says BMC

    Mumbai: After much delay, finally the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to start the Hancock bridge construction work. A proposal regarding the appointment of contractor and reappointment of consultant was approved by the Standing Committee members of BMC on Wednesday. The total cost of the bridge construction will be Rs 37 crore.

  • Gold demand in India grew to 727 tonnes in 2017

    Mumbai: Gold in India gained more shine in calendar year 2017 with demand growing by 9.1 per cent to 726.9 tonnes, said the World Gold Council, a body of gold miners.

  • Congress hits back at Amit Shah over Rajya Sabha speech

    New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday slammed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah over his statement on Pakoda sellers and Goods and Services Tax (GST) at the Rajya Sabha. “It is very unfortunate that our country’s youth who are talented and educated in various professions are sitting unemployed, and the ruling party is telling them to go and sell pakodas,” Congress MP Ranjeet Ranjan told ANI. He added, “Never has any ruling

  • Real assurances or hollow promises?

    The Finance Minister has said that because they only got 11 months of GST, the revenue collection is lower than they had budgeted for. While that is understandable, what seems somewhat hopeful is that there would an overall increase in GST collections next year.

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    CBI arrest GST commissioner and eight others in bribery case

    New Delhi: The CBI has arrested a commissioner of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) department from Kanpur and eight others, including his staff and private officials, in connection with an bribery case.

  • Bharat Budget: To improve lives of distressed farmers and rural areas

    The Union Budget for 2018-19 – presumed to be the last Budget by the present Government and its presentation getting preponed to February 1, 2018 in recent years, could be termed as a ‘Bharat Budget’ as it is overwhelmingly dominated by measures aimed at improving the economic lots of distressed farmers and rural areas.

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    Trial phase of e-way bill generation deferred due to technical glitches

    New Delhi: The trial phase for the generation of the new e-way bill has been deferred on the account of technical glitches, the Ministry of Finance said on Friday. The website has reportedly been facing technical drawbacks, on account of which the government postponed the generation of the e-way bill for both inter and intrastate movement of goods.

  • Budget 2018: Salaried class worse hit, say Indoreans

    Indore: With rebates for rich and subsidies for farmers, the Union Budget ‘slammed’ salaried class particularly by not increasing tax slab and increasing education cess. It also keeps basic necessities like sanitary pads taxable.