Daily Archive: June 3, 2017


The GST Council has cleared all the pending rules related to transition provisions and returns.

Gold, Gems, Jewellery to be taxed at 3 percent
GST on apparel below Rs 1,000 fixed at 5 percent
GST on all biscuits to be 18%
Readymade garments to attract 12% GST; Yarn and fabric cotton 5 per cent
Footwear priced below Rs 500 to be taxed at 5%, the rest at 18%
Bidi to be taxed at 28% without cess. However Beedis are still under discussion, no proposal of cess for beedis
A nominal rate of 0.25 imposed on rough diamond
GST Council will set up committee to look into complaints regarding anti-profiteering clause.
Next GST Council Meeting is on 11/6 .

Chamber of Trade & Industry ( CTI ).

Kanhaiya Kumar, Shehla Rashid, Jignesh Mevani and Tehseen Poonawalla tolaunch a sustained campaign against the cultural terrorism

Kanhaiya Kumar, Shehla Rashid, Jignesh Mevani and Tehseen Poonawalla tolaunch a sustained campaign against the cultural terrorism

Three years of Modi government have brought undescribable misery for common people, owing to ill-conceived policy moves such as demonetisation which has completely failed to curb black money or corruption; the imposition of GST which has meant higher taxes for everyone without any improvement in services or governance and now, the blanket ban on sale of cattle which has no basis except to create communal polarisation in the country. Not only does the move pose a threat to farmers who are already struggling to survive debts and droughts, the move has triggered unrest across the country and has divided the country on regional lines. It has provoked reactions in the form of beef festivals, etc. which are then countered by the RSS and Sangh Parivar by blatant violence, as if the law and the Constitution do not exist in our country anymore.

The last photo of Mohammed Naeem, with his hands folded, begging for mercy, is a brutal reminder of Qutubuddin Ansari’s picture from 2002 Gujarat riots. An auto-rickshaw driver who tried to stop some people from urinating publicly was lynched in cold blood. Tribals (Bakarwals) who have, for centuries, been occupied with cattle rearing, were lynched in Jammu. The images of four Dalits from Modi’s Gujarat who were stripped and thrashed in Una triggered protests which caused the Gujarat Chief Minister to step down and the Prime Minister to issue a half-hearted statement to the effect that “gaurakshakhs should not attack Dalits, but attack me (Modi) instead.” Such a statement shows that the Prime Minister has no control over the lynch mob, and has failed to uphold the rule-of-law. Why should anyone kill anyone else?

Mob lynchings have become the order of the day, and interest groups that enjoy the patronage of the government are letting loose their terror on innocent people in the country. The government is either directly responsible for this murderous situation in the country or is entirely incapable of handling the situation.

Modi govt is provoking frenzy throughout the country in order to hide its failure to:

a) create new jobs
b) boost the economy
c) curb black money
d) ensure safety of women
e) reign in environmental pollution
f) secure more jobs for Indians abroad
g) bring in more investment in crucial sectors
h) ensure safety of Indians abroad
i) respect norms of federal governnance
j) check massive downsizing in the IT sector
k) check insurgencies and unrest in various parts of the country
l) establish peace, harmony and dialogue in Kashmir

In this regard, we are holding a Press Conference on Monday, the 5th of June at 12 pm at Speakers’ Hall, Constitution Club, announce the launch of a sustained campaign against the cultural terrorism in the form of mob lynching that is poisoning our country and being encouraged by people in positions of power. We will put out an action plan to compel the Prime Minister to respond to this crisis and act to uphold the rule of law and the Constitution. The announcements will be made public at the P.C. You, as media personnel and as concerned citizens, are requested to attend, participate in, and cover the P.C.

Deal with dogs and monkeys ; doctors Association AIIMS New Delhi

The director
AIIMS Newdelhi
Respected sir

This is to bring your kind notice that dogs and monkeys are creating nuisance in hospital as well as hostel premises. They are not snatching eatables ,valuable things. They are even biting resident doctors and patients most of Incidents are not undreported but we can’t ignore this problem anymore.

Who will be held responsible for the death of any patients or doctors?
We tried to meet Mrs Menka Gandhi ji but couldn’t meet her due to health issues.
Please look into this matter urgently.

With regards

Dr Vijay




CBSE Class X pass percentage is 90.95, a dip of over 5 percentage points from last year’s 96.21.

Class X result for Allahabad, Chennai, Delhi, Dehradun, Trivandrum regions out.

Trivandrum region has highest pass percentage at 99.85, followed by Madras region at 99.62

Pass percentage of Delhi region is 78.09%.


CBSE will declare result of Secondary School Examination (Class X) – 2017 on
03rd June 2017.
As per previous years, this year also the CBSE is hosting its result on net with
the technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of
Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information
Technology, Govt. of India. The students can access their results through
following websites:

The schools will automatically get their entire Schools results on email id’s
already registered with the Board.
2. Result can also be accessed through search engine www.bing.com.
3. The result will not be available in the Board premises and the public are
advised not to visit Board’s office for collection of results.
4. The process of verification will be displayed on CBSE’s website shortly. gcn