As per GST rules, for the supplies made in the month of October, the GSTR-3B returns were expected to be filed in a staggered manner by 20, 22 and 24 November
Finance Ministry issues modified circular on salary contribution to PM-CARES Fund; says those willing should intimate officers
A circular issued on 17 April had urged all the officers and staff of the finance ministry to contribute one-day's salary every month to the fund till March 2021, beginning with May salaries.
Govt plans major tax alignments for equities; move aims to boost investor sentiment, bring in more forex
The PMO is reviewing the current structure of LTCG tax, the STT and DDT in consultation with the Finance Ministry’s Revenue Department and NITI Aayog.
Over 1.46 crore income tax returns have been filed so far, of which 90.8 lakh have been filed by individuals with total income up to Rs 50 lakh
Harayana jail minister KL Panwar defends convict Gurmeet Ram Rahim's parole, asks media not to link hearing with elections
Coming to the defence of convict Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, Haryana jail minister on Tuesday told the media not to link the parole hearing of the self-styled godman to elections
Sirsa Police is yet to give its report to the deputy commissioner on the parole application of jailed Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.
Single authority for sanctioning and processing GST refunds in offing, new structure to come up likely by August
Currently, the time taken to clear refund amount gets longer leading to liquidity crunch for exporters—an issue that the proposed single mechanism for refund clearing intends to fix.
Automated GST refunds for exporters by next month as revenue department plans to introduce faceless scrutiny
Since the GST Network (GSTN) systems are integrated with Customs, hence, refunds are generally transferred to the bank accounts of such exporters within a fortnight.
Will EC rebuke to revenue dept on I-T raids, stalling of Modi biopic, fresh twist in Rafale plea tilt poll balance against BJP?
Just before the first phase of polling got underway on Thursday for the 2019 Lok Sabha election to decide whether Narendra Modi will get a second term in power, a series of developments took place on poll-eve that may cause some discomfort in the BJP camp
Enforcement actions always irrespective of political affiliation: Revenue department tells Election Commission
The Election Commission in its letter to Revenue Secretary Ajay Bhushan Pandey on Sunday had “strongly advised” that any action by its enforcement agencies during the election time should be "neutral"
Siddaramaiah yells at woman in Varuna, snatches mic and pulls her dupatta for raising complaint against son Yathindra
Former Karnataka chief minister Siddaramiah lost his cool at a woman complainant in Varuna, snatching the mic from her and in the process pulling her dupatta for raising complaints against his son Yathindra, also the MLA of the constituency
During the meeting of the GoM, it was pointed out that as much as 80% of the total GST liability is being settled by ITC and only 20% is deposited as cash
Non-filers of GST returns for 6 consecutive months to be barred from generating e-way bills for movement of goods
Central tax officers have detected 3,626 cases of GST evasion/violations cases, involving Rs 15,278.18 crore in April-December period.
Three tax notices under foreign black money law slapped on fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi, says revenue department
Nirav Modi, his uncle Mehul Choksi and others are accused in a Rs 14,000 crore fraud at state-owned Punjab National Bank (PNB)
The company had collected more than Rs 3 crore as service tax from its clients but had not deposited the same with the exchequer, it said in a statement.
India and Nepal have reached an agreement to resolve differences on reconstructing damaged pillars along the mutual border and clearing the encroachment on the "No Man's Land," an Indian official said on Monday.
Cyberabad police (Cyberabad Metropolitan Police) on Friday said they are awaiting legal opinion in the Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula suicide case, after getting a report from the revenue authorities that he did not belong to a Scheduled Caste (SC) community
The tug of war between the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the CPI, the two senior partners of Kerala’s ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF), has taken a new turn with the latter offering protection to a Dalit family thrown out of their home, allegedly by CPM workers this week.
The ambitious plan of the Maharashtra government to complete digitisation of land title documents by 15 August has slowed down due to the high percentage of errors in data filing, a senior official from the revenue department said.
So far this was exempt from basic customs duty.