Welcome to MekuAd | Post your Classified Free Here | Disclaimer : MekuAd does not hold any responsbility for any illigal promises by any Company.Kindly dont't invest in Fake Schemes. Wish You All The Best.

Hindi News

Hindi News


    राम रहीम सलाखों के पीछे जानिए क्या है सच। ....

    Indirapuram

    डेरा सच्चा सौदा प्रमुख गुरमीत राम रहीम का जन्म 15 अगस्त 1967 को नहीं बल्कि 10 जुलाई 1967 को पंजाब की  तहसील अबोहर के गांव कीकरखेड़ा में अपनी ननिहाल में हुआ था मगर उसने प्रचार के लिए अपने जन्म की तारीख ही बदल ली।

    माता नसीब कौर ने भी माना कि उनका बेटा गुरमीत कौर 15 अगस्त को नहीं जन्मा था। पहले उसका नाम हरपाल सिंह रखा गया था जो अपने ननिहाल में जन्मा था। उसके पिता मग्घर सिंह  राजस्थान के श्री गंगानगर के गांव गुरुसर मोडिया में दादा चेत सिंह के घर लाये जहां उसका नाम गुरमीत सिंह डेरे के संपर्क में रखा गया। 10वीं कक्षा में वह फेल हो गया था। इसी दौरान उसने देश की आजादी वाले दिन को अपना जन्मदिन बनाया था, जिससे उसको प्रचार मिले।

    राम रहीम की बेटी हनीप्रीत इंसा के खिलाफ लुकआउट नोटिस जारी

    गुरमीत सिंह का परिवार सिरसा स्

    गुरमीत का खेलः प्रचार के लिए बदली जन्म तारीख, सर्टिफिकेट से हुआ खुलासा

    Indirapuram

     

    डेरा सच्चा सौदा प्रमुख गुरमीत राम रहीम का जन्म 15 अगस्त 1967 को नहीं बल्कि 10 जुलाई 1967 को पंजाब की  तहसील अबोहर के गांव कीकरखेड़ा में अपनी ननिहाल में हुआ था मगर उसने प्रचार के लिए अपने जन्म की तारीख ही बदल ली।

    माता नसीब कौर ने भी माना कि उनका बेटा गुरमीत कौर 15 अगस्त को नहीं जन्मा था। पहले उसका नाम हरपाल सिंह रखा गया था जो अपने ननिहाल में जन्मा था। उसके पिता मग्घर सिंह  राजस्थान के श्री गंगानगर के गांव गुरुसर मोडिया में दादा चेत सिंह के घर लाये जहां उसका नाम गुरमीत सिंह डेरे के संपर्क में रखा गया। 10वीं कक्षा में वह फेल हो गया था। इसी दौरान उसने देश की आजादी वाले दिन को अपना जन्मदिन बनाया था, जिससे उसको प्रचार मिले।

    राम रहीम क

    GST Bills

    Indirapuram

    The IGST provides for the levy and collection of tax on supply of goods and services between states. The bill provides for a maximum tax of 40 per cent. A new clause has been introduced in the IGST bill to permit refund of taxes to foreign tourists for products bought during their stay in India. The tax refund will be on the lines of the VAT refund in England.
    The Goods and Services Tax (Compensation to States) Bill provides for compensation to states for any loss of revenue from the implementation of GST. The Compensation Law provides for a levy of cess on top of the peak rate of approved tax (28 per cent presently) on paan masala, tobacco, aerated water, luxury cars and coal to create a non-lapsable fund for compensating states for five years after the launch of GST.
    This cess has a ceiling of 135 per cent in case of paan masala, Rs. 4,170 per thousand cigarettes sticks or 290 per cent ad valorem, Rs. 400 per tonne on coal and 15 per cent on aerated water and luxury cars.

    An anti-profiteering measure in the bill provides for setting up an authority to examine whether input tax credits availed by any registered taxable person, or the reduction in the price on account of any cut in tax rate, has resulted in a commensurate reduction in the price of goods or services supplied by the person.

    he law provides for arrest, ordered by a Tax Commissioner, in case of suppression of any transaction or evasion of tax. A person convicted is punishable by up to five years in prison plus a fine.

    The Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Bill, 2017, will enable levy and collection of tax on supply of goods and services or both within a union territory.

    GST Bills

    Indirapuram

    NEW DELHI: Parliament will today debate and vote on four supporting bills crucial to the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax, which will subsume a slew of indirect taxes currently levied by the centre and states. On the table in the Lok Sabha is the Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) Bill, 2017, along with three other related bills, providing for a maximum GST rate of 40 per cent, an anti-profiteering authority and imprisonment for evading taxes.

    The government hopes to impose the new taxes starting July 1.

    The CGST Bill will allow the levy and collection of tax on supply of goods and services or both by the central government within a state. Actual tax rates will be based on a four-tier rate structure of 5, 12, 18 and 28 per cent, approved by the all-powerful GST Council that is headed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and has as members finance ministers of all states. The peak rate of 40 per cent is only an enabling provision in case of financial emergencies.

    The CGST Bill also provides for e-commerce companies to collect tax at source at a rate not exceeding 1 per cent of net value of taxable supplies, out of payments to suppliers supplying goods or services through their portals.

    For small businesses, the CGST Bill provides for a tax of no more than 1 per cent of turnover for manufacturers with annual turnover of up to Rs. 50 lakh. A 2.5 per cent tax is prescribed for suppliers.

    On Monday, Mr Jaitley also introduced in the lower house of Parliament the Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) Bill, 2017, the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Bill, 2017, and the Goods and Services Tax (Compensation to States) Bill.

<