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Petroleum Products To Remain Outside GST Regime; Food Delivery Apps to Collect & Deposit GST

Petroleum products will continue to remain outside the ambit of GST regime as many states have opposed the idea of bringing them under the GST regime. Food Delivery App to collect and deposit the 5 per cent GST effective 01 January 2022 instead of the restaurant and several more decisions taken on Friday by the GST Council

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Gujarat Government Announces Bureaucratic Reshuffle

Amidst tension over the expansion cabinet, the Gujarat government led by CM Bhupendra Patel announces rejig of 8 IAS officers.

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11 IAS And 4 State Cadre Officers Rejigged In Madhya Pradesh

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan led Madhya Pradesh government announced a significant transfer order for as many as 11 IAS and 4 state cadre officers.

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Karnataka Government Transfers 8 IAS Officers

Karnataka government recently transferred 8 IAS officers in a bid to strengthen administration within the state.

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Time To Plot Growth

Two years of the Covid-19 pandemic has no doubt severely eroded India’s real GDP but there are some green shoots that are reinforcing faster recovery

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BJP Corners Rajasthan Govt Over Unemployment Issue

Raising the matter during zero hour, BJP MLA Satish Poonia said that the Gehlot government has "failed" to provide jobs and unemployment allowance to youths as promised in the election manifesto.

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Nitish Kumar Led Bihar Government Transferred 22 IPS Officer

An administrative order issued by the state government of Bihar transferred as many as 22 IPS officers in the state, enhancing the administration of the state.

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Chattisgarh Government Rejigs 20 IAS 2 IPS Officer

The order issued by the state government announced to transfer of over 100 State Administrative Service (SAS) and state police service officers in the major rejig.

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Trust Between Govt, Industry Critical To Leverage Opportunities Created By Covid-19: FM Nirmala Sitharaman

Elaborating on the government’s strategy for handling the pandemic, the minister said that on one hand the focus is on ramping up vaccination as that was the biggest protection against the pandemic while on the other hand the government is working on ramping up health infrastructure, including in the tier 2 and tier 3 cities, by supporting the private sector.

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Bhupendra Patel To Take Over As 17th Gujarat CM Today

Patel (59), who was unanimously elected BJP legislature party leader on Sunday, will be sworn in as the state’s 17th chief minister at 2.20 pm

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Bhupendra Patel To Be Sworn-in As Gujrat Chief Minister On Monday

Bhupendra Patel (59) was unanimously elected as BJP legislative party leader here on Sunday, a day after Vijay Rupani resigned from the post. Patel will be sworn in as the chief minister on Monday.

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MoEFCC Unveils National Clean Air Programme Portal, “PRANA”

Putting 132 cities across the country on the radar, the PRANA portal is going to track the physical and financial status of city air action plan implementation.

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Inflation Likely Remained Steady At 5.60% In August

Inflation would be within the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) 2-6% comfort range for a second month. But it has been above the medium-term target of 4% for nearly two years.

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India's Criticism Of Infosys, Tata Worries Businesses

A mutual fund manager with Infosys and Tata Investments said he was concerned as he indicated that “the government was not pro-business,” and there were concerns that other companies might face the to such a reaction in the event of failure.

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Reopen Schools Or Disaster Looms, Experts Tell Indian Authorities

As new infections have stabilised around 40,000 a day in the past few weeks, some Indian states have restarted face-to-face teaching, mainly for middle school and above. Experts say that is not enough.

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