Daily Archive: October 17, 2018
Posted On: 17 OCT 2018 3:10PM by PIB Delhi
It has been brought to notice that doubts regarding the manner of filing the quarterly return by Composition Dealers in FORM GSTR-4 in the absence of auto-population of the details of inward supplies (other than supplies attracting reverse charge) received from registered suppliers exist amongst taxpayers.
In this regard, it is to clarify that the taxpayers who have opted to pay tax under the composition levy shall not furnish the data in serial number 4A of Table 4 of FORM GSTR-4. The required changes in the CGST Rules, 2017 would be notified shortly.
Lucknow: Police from Delhi and Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday continued to hunt for the son of a former BSP MP who threatened a man with a gun at a luxury hotel in Delhi, officials said.
A police officer said that Ashish Pandey’s mobile telephone’s signals were last picked up in Uttar Pradesh’s Basti district bordering Nepal.
The telephone now appeared to be switched off, the officer said.
On Tuesday, authorities alerted airports and Delhi Police personnel reached Lucknow in search of Pandey who whipped out his pistol during a scuffle with another man and his woman friend at Hyatt Regency in south Delhi early on Sunday.
Police fear that Pandey could sneak into Nepal.
Three Delhi Police teams were in Uttar Pradesh and looking for Pandey with the help of Uttar Pradesh Police, an officer told IANS in Delhi.
Pandey is the son of former Bahujan Samaj Party MLA and MP Rakesh Pandey.
New Delhi: Differences between four men over the choice of song at a Durga Puja pandal led to one of their deaths. The incident occurred in Delhi’s Khyala area.
The victim, identified as Riyaz (44), had been to visit the pandal near his house and reportedly requested the person in charge to change the song that was being played. This led to an argument that got out of hand, ending up in Riyaz getting stabbed in the head with a knife.
The injured man was rushed to a hospital. Later, he was admitted to Safdarjung Hospital, where he breathed his last.
According to the police, the three men involved in the incident were arrested. The accused have been identified as Vinay, Manoj and Mahesh. The trio confessed to the crime after they were arrested.
Riyaz’s body was handed over to his family on Tuesday.
Bhubaneswar: At least 52 persons have died in Odisha due to landslides & drowning during cyclonic storm ‘Titli’ and subsequent flood while 10 more cases are being verified, said Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi today after a review meeting over damage assessment, relief and restoration work.
As many as 39 persons died in Gajapati, 12 died in Ganjam and one in Kandhamal, official sources said.
The Chief Secretary said that the overall damage has been estimated at Rs 2200 crore in three districts (Ganjam, Gajapati and Rayagada). Road damage has been estimated at Rs 500 crore, electricity infrastructure damage at 133 crore, houses damage at 150 crore and crop damage at 233 crore.
A final report regarding the damage will be prepared within two days and assistance will be sought from the Centre accordingly, he said.