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Taxes on COVID-19 medicines, oxygen, equipment slashed: Here are the key takeaways from the 44th GST Council Meet

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced tax cuts for COVID-19-related items following 44th GST Council Meet

Tamil Nadu’s opposition to ‘one state, one vote’ in GST council opens a Pandora’s Box where the state stands to lose

Was the Finance Minister of Tamil Nadu Panivel Thiaga Rajan ignorant of the precedents and the consensus that went into framing the one-state-one-vote rule?

Haj Committee tacitly tells Muslims to not comply with the law as logjam between Govt and Muslim clerics continue over IT returns

Since Nov, Muslim clerics have been demanding that the 5% GST levied on Haj pilgrimage and the mandatory filing of tax return be exempt

India witnesses a record high collection of GST in December: Finance Ministry

In a major development, India witnessed a record high collection of Goods and Services Tax (GST) for the month of December 2020.

Devendra Fadnavis exposes how ABP Majha abruptly ended his interview, shares video of parallel recording he had arranged anticipating foul-play by the channel

Devendra Fadnavis had alleged that his interview was cut short midway while he was explaining centre's help to Maharashtra on GST credit

Why did Congress vote for “NDA’s GST” in 2017 and other questions for Rahul Gandhi

Now that India’s economy is reeling from Coronavirus, it seems that Rahul Gandhi wants to blame everything on GST.

GST exemption on hand-sanitiser has the potential to increase price of domestic products and incentivise import from China: Read how

Exemption of GST on a product blocks the input tax credit available for a manufacturer, which gets added to the retail price

Making sense of the tax on parota vs roti debate: Read what the GST authority’s ruling exactly says

The tax order saying parotas are not rotis is applicable only for packaged parotas, and not for regular parota available at restaurants

GST authority rules that packaged parotas are not rotis and they will attract 18% tax

GST authority says Patoras are not completely cooked before packing and consumer has to heat it, therefore they are not same as rotis & will be taxed 18%

Indore: Raids on Paan Masala businesses owned by alleged Pakistani nationals for tax fraud, Sanjay Mata sent to judicial custody

The DGGI arrested Sanjay Mata Under the GST Act and produced him in the court of special judge from where he was sent to judicial remand till 17 June.

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