Bengaluru, Sep 17: Government on Saturday ruled out any further extension in filing of returns under GST after December and advised the taxpayers to file them in advance and not wait for the last day.
"We have kept long deadlines for GST
NEW DELHI: Good, bad or ugly -- passengers on premium trains will soon be able to rate on tablets the food they eat under a scheme to be launched soon, a senior official said today. They can record their feedback through an online form on the tab
Ranchi, Sep 16: BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday asserted that India has the sovereign right to develop the country within its boundaries, dismissing China's objection to Japan showing interests in investment in the north eastern states.
New Delhi, Sep 16: The Congress on Saturday termed the Narendra Modi-led central government a 'fuel-loot sarkar' and demanded withdrawal of the excise duties on petrol and diesel.
"Burning holes in the pocket of common people have bec
Gurugram, Sep 16: The Centre will soon start linking driving licence with Aadhaar, Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said."It would be done soon to check the menace of multiple licensing," he added.
"I have already
New Delhi, Sep 16: On Sunday, PM Narendra Modi turns 67. But unlike most leaders he will celebrate his birthday for a national cause. He will be dedicating few projects to the country.
What PM will do on his birthday
1.His day will start by
Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 16: Bureacrat-turned-Union Minister KJ Alphons on Saturday yet again stoked a controversy when he said that people who own bikes and cars are not starving and can afford to pay higher prices for fuel.
His comments coming at
San Francisco, Sep 16: Google has been reluctant about sharing how much it spends on self-driving technology but now, the number -- over $1 billion -- has been accidentally revealed while reviewing documents in the ongoing legal tussle between G
NEW DELHI: As much as Rs 65,000 crore out of the nearly Rs 95,000 crore tax collections in July — the first month of GST — have been claimed as transitional credit by taxpayers, prompting the CBEC to order a scrutiny of all cases above Rs
MUMBAI: The government on Friday said it has lifted ban on export of tur, urad and moong dal to help farmers get "remunerative prices". However, exports of these varieties of pulses can be undertaken after taking permission from agri export
New Delhi, Sep 15 Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) Arvind Subramanian met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday and briefed him on the economic situation including fuel prices which are ruling high under the current dynamic pricing system.
Bengaluru, Sep 15 India will resume launching satellites in November or December, unfazed by the failure of its rocket in deploying a spare navigation satellite in the Earth's lower orbit on August 31, said a top official on Friday.