Govt Launches App to Verify Tax Rate under GST

The Goods and Services Tax or GST  has become operation from 1st of July, and it is believed to revolutionize the way of doing business and and paying  taxes. But what is GST and how will it reform the current tax structure? And most importantly, why does the country need such a huge overhaul in … Continue reading Govt Launches App to Verify Tax Rate under GST

GST: Basic Concepts of Transition & Invoice

The Goods and Services Tax or GST  has become operational from 1st of July, and it is believed to revolutionize the way of doing business and and paying  taxes. But what is GST and how will it reform the current tax structure? And most importantly, why does the country need such a huge overhaul in … Continue reading GST: Basic Concepts of Transition & Invoice

GST Master Class: Composition and record keeping

The Goods and Services Tax or GST  has become operational from 1st of July, and it is believed to revolutionize the way of doing business and and paying  taxes. But what is GST and how will it reform the current tax structure? And most importantly, why does the country need such a huge overhaul in … Continue reading GST Master Class: Composition and record keeping

Newspapers Scan-July 8

Newspapers Scan-July 8 “Xi shakes Modi’s hand, Chinese media shows fist,” writes The Pioneer as meeting between the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jingping on the sidelines of the G-20 summit Hamburg dominantes  the headlines of most news dailies today. “Modi, Xi all smiles as border row simmers, “reports The Hindustan Times. … Continue reading Newspapers Scan-July 8

Know the Concepts of GST: Registration and Migration

The Goods and Services Tax or GST  has become operational from 1st of July, and it is believed to revolutionize the way of doing business and and paying  taxes. But what is GST and how will it reform the current tax structure? And most importantly, why does the country need such a huge overhaul in … Continue reading Know the Concepts of GST: Registration and Migration

Global treaty banning nuclear weapons adopted at UN

AMN A global treaty banning nuclear weapons was adopted at the United Nations last night despite opposition from major nuclear powers. The treaty was adopted by a vote of 122 in favour, with one country – the Netherlands – voting against it. Singapore abstained. Costa Rica’s ambassador, Elayne Whyte Gomez, the president of the UN … Continue reading Global treaty banning nuclear weapons adopted at UN

Indian athletes moving on to top of medals tally at 22nd Asian Atheletics C’ship

Indian athletes continued their spectacular run at the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships held at Odisha capital Bhubaneswar with the host nation moving on to the top of medals tally. On the third day today defending 800m champion Tintu Luka and Vishwambar Kolekar qualified for the final rounds this morning. Ankit Sharma , S Samsheer and … Continue reading Indian athletes moving on to top of medals tally at 22nd Asian Atheletics C’ship

Wimbledon: Sania Mirza with her team mate to play third round match

In the Wimbledon Tennis championships at London, defending champion Andy Murray and two-time champion Rafael Nadal have reached last 16 in Men’s Singles. In women’s singles, Venus Williams and Simona Helep are through to the fourth round. Meanwhile Indian challenge ended in the men’s doubles, as Purav Raja and Divij Sharan lost to seeds Raven … Continue reading Wimbledon: Sania Mirza with her team mate to play third round match

4 Arab countries vows to take further steps against Gulf state

Four Arab countries have vowed to take additional steps against Qatar after it refused to accept their demands over allegations that it supports extremist ideology. In a joint statement, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain accused Qatar of thwarting all efforts aimed at resolving the rift and said it intends to continue … Continue reading 4 Arab countries vows to take further steps against Gulf state

Japan floods death toll rises to 15

AMN The death toll from heavy rains and flooding in southern Japan has risen to 15 as rescuers continued work to bring out isolated survivors. Raging rivers overflowing with water and mud have devastated swathes of Kyushu — the southernmost of Japan’s four main islands — after heavy rainfall, sweeping away roads and houses and … Continue reading Japan floods death toll rises to 15