By Bela Sheth Mao‘To be or not to be’, is the famous quote from Hamlet that has been used as a metaphor to find a solution, when in dilemma. To put this in the context of anti-profiteering, the question can be ‘to litigate or not’?In India, litigation has always been a tool and solution for tax payers to seek redressal from the actions of the tax administration. Litigation is now almost second nature when dealing with tax matters. Routine tax matters have to follow a defined redressal path provided within tax statutes. It is only after exhausting the redressal options that a tax matter can reach a High Court. However, in the case of orders issued by the National Anti-Profiteering Authority - an institutional mechanism under the GST law - the accepted view is that the first redressal is with the High Court. We are aware now that tax payers have approached the High Court against the orders of the Anti-Profiteering Authority.Routine tax matters arise between the … [Read more...] about Anti profiteering in GST– Is litigation an option?
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Telstra’s in-year NBN headwinds were about $360 million, with the company estimating it has now shouldered 60 per cent of the total NBN impact. It maintains the hit from the NBN rollout will peak in FY21. Mr Penn repeated his view that climate change would be the defining challenge of the decade. … [Read more...] about Telstra first-half profit drops 7.6% after NBN rollout
The construction of Kendriya Vidyalaya had been delayed in Chikkamagaluru town following objections from the Forest Department. The 10-acre land was identified for the school, but the construction did not begin though the funds were available. Following this, the administration had to identify an alternative land at Kadrimidri. … [Read more...] about Purchase of private land for rehabilitation proposed
Bhopal: The Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation Limited (BSCDCL) and Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) are making different claims with regard to operation of solar power projects along Upper Lake. While the BSCDCL claimed that trial-run of solar powered water pumping at Karbala pumping station has commenced, the claim was dismissed by civic officials working at the plant. The state government has mooted a proposal on ‘Right to Water’. Energy efficiency is a major component of the ambitious plan. Implementation of the solar-powered water pumping station is in limbo. The private company entrusted to deliver has skipped deadlines. The much-hyped project was supposed to be completed in early 2019. BSCDCL claims by engineers that Karbala pumping was being solar powered was negated by BMC officials. However, street lights along VIP road are being lit up by solar power, BSCDCL claimed. “500 KW of the 750 KW capacity is being supplied to Karbala pumping … [Read more...] about Bhopal: Upper Lake solar power project in limbo?
AARP is a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization that serves Americans age 50-plus — work that is supported by diverse sources of revenue, including member dues, advertising income, program fees, and royalty income, all audited, disclosed and published on our website. We advocate for policies that are in the best interests of seniors without regard to how it impacts any of our licensing agreements, as we’ve demonstrated time and again by fighting for health insurance reform, against an Age Tax on older Americans, and against rolling back protections for people with pre-existing conditions, for example. … [Read more...] about The Trump Administration Says This Proposal Will Help Seniors Afford Their Drugs. AARP Says Not So Fast
"Washington has already made such attempts, including its proposal to automatically extend sanctions against Nord Stream 2. However, European countries opposed it and the sanctions bill was amended. As a result, opponents will not be able to block the project," Yushkov concluded. … [Read more...] about Washington’s ‘Unfair Competition’ Unlikely to Derail Nord Stream 2 Project