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Author: 0 Full GST Council meet; likely to provide some relief to traders

Eating out is set to become cheaper with the GST Council agreeing to reduce the GST rate from the current 18 percent to 12 percent. Jari job work will now attract 5% GST, it was earlier 12%. "So far 3.3 million businesses have filed GSTR-1 for July, while 5.3 million had filed the initial GSTR-3B returns". GST provisions for TDS and TCS deductors will come into effect from April 1, he added.

World England fan scores a goal with paper plane during game against Slovenia
Author: 0 England fan scores a goal with paper plane during game against Slovenia

We have a huge test on Monday night against the Republic of Ireland. "It's not something I definitely want to do, but you never rule anything out". I am sure he is getting the rewards now for all that hard work. "They might not have the numbers, but when they put 16 or 17 together, they've got a right good side". The performances of Kane are likely to be imperative should Spurs wish to end their trophy drought which has spanned almost ten years with their last silverware coming in 2008 ...

World Georgia soldier among three Green Berets killed in West Africa
Author: 0 Georgia soldier among three Green Berets killed in West Africa

The two injured United States soldiers had been evacuated to the Landstuhul Regional Medical Centre in Germany and were in a stable condition, it added. His awards and decorations includes the Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Special Forces Tab, Ranger Tab, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and Marksmanship Qualification Badge - Sharpshooter with Rifle.

World Treasury report says no laws violated in Mnuchin's travels
Author: 0 Treasury report says no laws violated in Mnuchin's travels

Health and Human Servivces Secretary Tom Price resigned last week after questions were raised about his use of private jets for multiple government trips. He initially drew criticism for taking a military jet to Fort Knox to "inspect the gold" and allegedly watch the solar eclipse in August. The Times cited an internal email that said Mnuchin needed a military plane in order to have a classified telephone conversation with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

World FEMA Removes Puerto Rico Stats on Drinking Water and Electricity Access
Author: 0 FEMA Removes Puerto Rico Stats on Drinking Water and Electricity Access

A FEMA spokesperson originally pointed the Post to the listing of the statistics on a web page run by the Puerto Rico governor's office , which was entirely in Spanish, but did not explain why the statistics had been removed. As for the millions of people on the island who are still without power or access to clean water... well, FEMA chose to update its website and, in doing so, eliminated all its data relating to the specifics regarding those particular resources.

World Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend told investigators she anxious about his mental stability
Author: 0 Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend told investigators she anxious about his mental stability

The girlfriend of Stephen Paddock , the man who massacred almost 60 people attending a music festival in Las Vegas , has returned to the United States from the Philippines , according to media reports. Lombardo offered no other details on what led Paddock there. He said investigators had recovered items and video from the hotel. Police found at least 23 weapons inside his hotel room, including multiple rifles, some with scopes.

World N. Koreans prep seafood for US
Author: 0 N. Koreans prep seafood for US

Workers at the plant are not allowed to leave the compounds without permission and have no access to telephones or email. North Korea makes up to $500 million a year by shipping citizens overseas to work as dirt-cheap laborers. "Most of the returning workers are young women, about 20 years old". AP reporters followed the seafood those workers package, and discovered over 2,000 tons of snow crab, salmon, squid, and other fish had entered the US and Canadian food supply this year alone.

World ICAI President's daughter found dead on railway tracks
Author: 0 ICAI President's daughter found dead on railway tracks

Pallavi, who was interning with a law firm in Ballard Pier, left her workplace on Wednesday evening and boarded a train from the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) at 6 p.m.to head for her home in Parel. Her family believes she died in an accident, said a friend of the family. GRP at Dadar station registered a case and in the report also mentioned accidental death the reason.

World Best games to watch in Week 5
Author: 0 Best games to watch in Week 5

And it all starts with 2016 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Dak Prescott , who despite already throwing three INT's after just five all of last year, continues to impress. After the Packers lost that game, Montgomery had plenty of time to recover. Nelson missed the divisional playoff game at Dallas the following week, but returned two weeks later for the NFC Championship Game in Atlanta.

World Rohingya crisis may 'destabilise' region: Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque
Author: 0 Rohingya crisis may 'destabilise' region: Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque

Almost half a million Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh due to violence in the Rakhine state that has claimed lives of at least more than 100 people and displaced several others. Since then, refugees pouring in from Myanmar have brought tales of death and destruction in their homeland, including villages burned to the ground and women and children being murdered.

World Republicans open to 'bump-stock' gun controls after Las Vegas massacre
Author: 0 Republicans open to 'bump-stock' gun controls after Las Vegas massacre

At least 12 "bump stocks" were found along with 47 guns , including rifles, at three locations, including the hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort where 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd of at least 22,000 people attending an open-air country music concert.

World US Ally Egypt Caught Sneaking $23 Million Weapons Purchase From North Korea
Author: 0 US Ally Egypt Caught Sneaking $23 Million Weapons Purchase From North Korea

The UN's subsequent investigation revealed a complex network by which Egyptian business executives were able to make hidden transactions to purchase millions of dollars worth of North Korean arms , allegedly for the country's military, the Post reported citing USA officials and Western diplomats familiar with the findings.

World Man Killed at Manhattan Building Under Construction
Author: 0 Man Killed at Manhattan Building Under Construction

According to Daily Mail , construction workers who were immediately evacuated piled into the street to watch as police and firefighters arrived. Heavily armed police officers responded to search the construction site floor by floor following the shooting.

World Equifax Promises New Product to 'Lock' Credit From Your Smartphone
Author: 0 Equifax Promises New Product to 'Lock' Credit From Your Smartphone

Mandiant has been hired to conduct an examination of the breach and has said that it plans to release the results "promptly". Equifax said a forensic analysis of the event carried out by a cybersecurity firm had now completed. Smith retired last week. Smith noted that in addition to his departure, the company's chief information officer and chief security officer also left the company following the breach.

Author: 0 White House "Open" to Banning Bump Stocks

Finally, when asked again, Sanders seemed to buck Trump's originally tweet and erred on the side of not endorsing Congress to investigate the American media-a move that could stretch the boundaries of the First Amendment. We've seen recent information that says only 5% of media coverage has been positive about this president and this administration while at the same time you have the stock market and economic confidence at an all-time high, ISIS is on the run, unemployment at the lowest ...

Author: 0 US President Donald Trump suggests Senate to investigate journalists

Senators investigating Russian meddling in last year's election said Wednesday they have not yet reached a conclusion on whether anyone in US President Donald Trump's campaign had colluded with the Russians. The president often rails on the media, going after reporting and pointing to certain networks or articles as "fake news". 5 takeaways from Senate Russian meddling presser Trump: "America is truly a nation in mourning" MORE (D-Va.) said had expanded beyond its initial scope.

World Embattled GOP Rep. Tim Murphy to resign from House
Author: 0 Embattled GOP Rep. Tim Murphy to resign from House

Murphy reportedly responded, "I get what you say about my March for life messages", and told her those messages were written by his staff and that he would write them going foward. The affair came to light a month ago after a divorce proceeding involving Edwards and her husband was unsealed by a judge. In a brief statement released via his office, Murphy said that he will now "take personal time to seek help as my family and I continue to work through our personal difficulties".

World Boris slammed for insensitive comments on Libya
Author: 0 Boris slammed for insensitive comments on Libya

Mr. Johnson was participating in a panel discussion in Manchester, England, on Tuesday when he began to praise Libya for its "bone-white sands, lovely sea" and fine architecture, according to the BBC. "If Boris Johnson believes that bodies of courageous government soldiers and innocent civilians who were killed in Sirte are appropriate for a material of humor, foreign ministry does not belong to its mandate", Thornberry said.

World House passes $4.1T budget plan
Author: 0 House passes $4.1T budget plan

The nonbinding plan would permit $1.5 trillion in debt-financed tax cuts. The House budget calls for a revenue-neutral tax bill, after assuming that the tax plan will generate economic growth. Five of the 18 Republican votes against the budget came from NY and New Jersey Republicans, who have expressed the most concern about repealing the deduction.

World These Archaeologists May Have Just Found Remains Of Saint Nick
Author: 0 These Archaeologists May Have Just Found Remains Of Saint Nick

The first excavations began at the church in 1988. His kindness toward children and secret gift-giving became legendary over the centuries and he was popularized as Father Christmas who gives presents to children. The tomb of jolly ole Saint Nic may have recently been discovered by a group of archaeologists in Turkey. The kindness of St. Nicholas over the centuries overgrown with legends.

World Nancy Pelosi should prepare to resign, senior House Democrat says
Author: 0 Nancy Pelosi should prepare to resign, senior House Democrat says

Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, unsuccessfully challenged Pelosi past year, and Democrats grumbled about Pelosi in June, when the party lost a special election in a wildly expensive Georgia House race. Critics argue that despite Pelosi's fundraising prowess and legislative skills, her image as a San Francisco liberal drags down some Democratic candidates, especially in Republican-leaning states.

World Gov. Haslam Not Running For Corker's Senate Seat
Author: 0 Gov. Haslam Not Running For Corker's Senate Seat

Governor Bill Haslam has announced he's not running for Bob Corker's U.S. Senate seat. Blackburn, the Brentwood, Tennessee Republican says many senate Republicans act like "Democrats or worse" in a video released Thursday morning. Marsha Blackburn campaign announcement. "It comes as little surprise to those of us here in Tennessee's 7th District that Marsha Blackburn would choose to run for higher office", Kanew, who is avidly against Blackburn wrote.