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" Jaitley on Wednesday made a statement in the House clarifying Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s position vis-a-vis his "conspiring with Pakistan" comments against his predecessor Manmohan Singh in order to end an impasse. that had led to stalling of the Rajya Sabha and disruptions in Lok Sabha for several days with the party demanding an apology or explanation from Modi. The seasonal burning of paddy straw in Punjab and Haryana aggravates pollution in Delhi every winter. The report terms as "perverse" the suggestion that farmers be provided subsidies to dissuade them from burning crop residues.voters to BSP during the 2007 Assembly polls, Brajesh Pathak, the promise to build a wall along the border with Mexico, “Badal Pe Paaon Hai”, Many other parties joined the chorus that was sparked by BSP Supremo Mayawati.

some opposition parties raised doubts over the integrity of the EVMs." He added that he supported the Bill with a heavy heart and a lot of reservations.Even the largest Opposition party in the Lok Sabha the Congress supported the Bill in a rare show of Parliamentary camaraderie over a Bill as seminal as the GST "This is a historic tax reform to have a long-term structural impact on the economy GST will help the economy to become lot more progressive and transparent" the Congress said Representational image Reuters "Knowing that the BJP will gain political mileage from GST implementation the TMC has made an exaggerated political statement GST implementation is not a unilateral decision of the Centre; rather it is the result of a broad consensus And the TMC can’t claim that it was not a part of the consensus especially when a prominent leader of the party (and the finance minister of West Bengal) Mitra is the chairman of the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers that worked out the details of the new tax regime At one point of time Mitra supported GST" Praveen Khandelwal secretary-general Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) told Firstpost While the TMC may take a while to understand if this opposition delivers or deprives it of political capital in a country charged with a yearning for economic development it will be worthwhile to see its concern for the country’s preparedness to move to the new tax regime After all it is the preparedness of the business community that will help fulfil the government’s wish towards the seamless implementation of GST from 1 July Even though the move has been widely welcomed some traders are apprehensive about the transition "It is a welcome move but frankly the business community of this country is not prepared for GST right now because one has to shift from a manual form of accounting to computerised accounting More than 90 percent of traders still go for manual accounting In Bhopal’s Sarafa Bazaar (Jewellery Market) out of 25 jewellers only 20 are following computerised accounting This is the scenario of a state capital so one can imagine the accounting system at thetehsil or block-level The government should set a three-year period for transition from the current system to GST and shouldn’t impose a penalty or punishment on those who commit mistakes in this period This duration should be treated as a learning period" said Navneet Agarwal state general secretary Akhil Bharatiya Udyog Vyapar Mandal Madhya Pradesh Despite feeling that it is not yet prepared to embrace the new tax regime the traders’ community has come forward as a partner with a unique plan to help government achieve its goal CAIT an umbrella body of trade and business associations has planned to launch ‘Mission GST’ — a national campaign in which the confederation plans to train 5000 trade leaders from all across the country as ‘master trainers’ "The GST will be rolled out in the next 90 days Keeping this target in mind the master trainers will empower and educate the trading community on various aspects of GST across the country CAIT has roped in tax practitioners chartered accountants and consultants in this drive The aim is to provide training to traders right from state capitals to tehsils” said Khandelwal Stating that implementation of GST would entirely change the business landscape of the country he added "While GST is an e-compliance taxation system and altogether different from current tax regime nearly 70 percent of traders don’t have computers and they go in for manual accounting Now they have to adopt digital technology We want the government to have greater interaction with the business community as they are the carriers of GST and help traders in becoming technically empowered” Tax experts however feel that instead of making a hue and cry and further politicising GST traders too have to comply with the rules of GST and must switch over to computerised accounting system — the sooner the better "The fact remains that a seamless transition happened from physical share-brokering to online trading and consumers had made the online ticket booking system of the IRCTC the most successful e-commerce site of the country This was long before e-tailing had become a fad So there’s no reason we should fear the arrival of GST The only thing needed is training to traders who have to comply with the new rules without making a hue and cry They should switch over to the digital interface and computerised accounting system without delay" remarked chartered accountant Abhishek Aneja the Trinamool Congress (TMC) may have exercised its democratic right to disagree.Khumkala Banjade, the widow of Hemraj — the domestic help who was killed in the Aarushi Talwar murder — has no doubt that the Talwars would be acquitted in the case. now that the Sena is going it alone,Published: July 28 "People have realised that. I am a small person here. the police control room had been receiving complaints from people.

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