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GST Rates Slashed : Hotel and Restuarant Bills to become cheaper newsreporter.in

GST Rates Slashed  Hotel and Restuarant Bills to become cheaper

Eating out in hotels and restaurants will become cheaper from today (15 November) with the Goods and Service Tax Council having slashed rates to five percent from 12 and 18 percent earlier. However, there is no formal notification from the government as yet.

A uniform 5 percent tax was prescribed by the council for all restaurants, both air-conditioned and non-AC. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that the Input Tax Credit (ITC) benefit given to restaurants was meant to be passed on to the customers.

2017-11-15 15:50:34 by Agnes Natalia

7.3 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Iran and Iraq, 145 Dead, Several Injured newsreporter.in

Magnitude Earthquake Hits Iran and Iraq 145 Dead Several Injured

A magnitude 7.3 earthquake hit the region around the border between Iran and Iraq on Sunday, killing at least 145 people state media in the two countries said, as rescuers searched for dozens trapped under rubble.

At least 141 people were killed in Iran, Behnam Saeedi, a spokesman for Iran's National Disaster Management Organization, said on the state television. More than 850 were injured, he said.

2017-11-13 11:06:03 by Agnes Natalia

World Legal Service Day | November 9 World Legal Service Day  November 9

2017-11-06 17:34:19 by Agnes Natalia
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Gun Shooting at Walmart in Denver claims many lives newsreporter.in

Gun Shooting at Walmart in Denver claims many lives

At least two people were killed and one injured in a shooting inside a Walmart store in suburban Denver on Wednesday, police said.

Police in Thornton, Colorado, did not immediately release any information about the circumstances of the shooting or who was responsible for the gunfire.

2017-11-02 14:46:57 by Agnes Natalia
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Petition Filed in Madras HC to revoke censor certificate issued to 'Mersal' newsreporter.in

Petition Filed in Madras HC to revoke censor certificate issued to Mersal

A petition was on Monday filed in the Madras High Court for a direction to revoke the censor certificate issued for Vijay-starrer Tamil movie, 'Mersal'.

The petitioner, advocate A Ashvathaman, alleged that the film was full of "wrong propaganda about India and fake dialogues and scenes which obviously leads to misconception about the new taxation system of India and the Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 to the viewers."

"No picture shall be certified for public exhibition which will lower the moral standards of those who see it and the prevailing laws shall not be so ridiculed as to create sympathy for violation of such laws," he said.

2017-10-24 14:24:33 by Agnes Natalia

Zeenat Shahzadi Pakistan Journalist

2017-10-21 14:16:17 by Agnes Natalia
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Jacinda Ardern World's youngest women leader

2017-10-21 13:55:12 by Agnes Natalia
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