Rent on Hostels and Paying Guest Accommodations to Now Attract 12% GST

Posted By: Preeti Dabar Posted On: Jul 30, 2023

Accommodation costs for students are set to increase as a 12 percent GST will now be applied to rent payments for hostel accommodations and by paying guests, as per the recent order issued by Advance Rulings in Karnataka.

In two distinct rulings, the Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka Authority of Advance Rulings' (AAR) have classified these accommodations as ‘non-residential,' making them liable for 12 percent GST, similar to small hotels and inns.

The Bengaluru bench of the AAR has clarified that hostels are not considered residential dwelling units and, as a result, are not exempt from Goods and Services Tax (GST).

The AAR's ruling was in response to an inquiry from Srisai Luxurious Stay LLP. Additionally, the AAR stated that accommodation services offered by hotels, clubs, campsites, etc., with charges up to Rs 1,000/- per day, were eligible for GST exemption until July 17, 2022.

“PG/Hostel Rent paid by inhabitants do not qualify for GST exemption as the services provided by applicant are not akin to renting of residential dwelling for use as residence," the Bengaluru bench said.

It is essential to highlight that no GST is applicable if a house is rented for residential purposes by individuals who are not required to register for GST.

The AAR also observed that the additional services offered by the LLP are not inherently bundled with the applicant's hostel or paying guest accommodation service.

“Residential dwelling is a residential accommodation meant for permanent stay and does not include guest house, lodge or like places. In the instant case, the applicant in his own admission claims to be providing PG/hostel services which inter alia refer to ‘paying guest accommodation / hostel' services and are akin to guest house and lodging services and therefore can't be termed as residential dwelling'," the order said.

The Lucknow bench of the AAR ruled that GST would be applicable to hostel accommodations costing less than Rs 1,000 per day, in a similar case referred by Noida-based V S Institute & Hostel Pvt Ltd.

“Hence, from July 18, 2022, onward services provided by an applicant will be (covered under GST for taxation)," the Lucknow bench AAR said.

Tax experts predict that the rulings issued by the Karnataka and UP AARs will be considered ‘permanent precedents' by the GST council and that the absence of PGs and hostels from the GST law created a loophole.

“There was confusion regarding the GST levied on PGs and hostels. Many were not paying any GST, while some charged 5 percent, others 18 percent, and some had no tax at all. This ruling provides clarity, stating a 12 percent GST rate. The immediate impact will be on students residing in these PGs and hostels, as the cost of education is expected to increase," Sharad Kohli, a tax expert based in Delhi told CNBC.

The ruling could result in increased living costs for out-station students, directly impacting the overall cost of education. However, some tax experts view the orders as obtuse and potentially subject to challenge.

Ranjeet Mahtani, Partner at Dhruva Advisors told the channel that according to certain high court decisions, a hostel qualifies as a residential dwelling, making it eligible for exemption. The AAR's view on denying the residential dwelling status to hostels and exemption seems unreasonable and obtuse, leaving room for potential challenges, he stated.

Rajat Mohan, Senior Partner at AMRG & Associates told PTI the 12 percent tax on student accommodation in hostels and dormitories could result in higher costs for Indian families. He suggested that the GST council might contemplate making a policy decision to offset the tax burden across the entire education ecosystem, including student accommodation.

(With inputs from PTI)

Source: News18
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Mamata Banerjee to lead INDIA bloc

Posted By: Vishal Maurya Posted On: Sep 13, 2023
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee with Sri Lanka President Ranil Wickremesinghe

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was asked by Sri Lanka's President Ranil Wickremesinghe if she would be leading the Opposition INDIA bloc, upon a chance meeting at Dubai Airport. CM Banerjee who met Wickremesinghe at the Dubai airport was also amused by the question.

The Trinamool Congress (TMC) Supremo who has embarked on a tour to Dubai and Spain, replied to President Wickremesinghe, “If people support us, we can be in a position (power) tomorrow".

Over two dozen opposition parties have formed the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) to take on the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance unitedly in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.

The coordination committee of INDIA held its first meeting at the residence of NCP supremo Sharad Pawar in Delhi on Wednesday.

In a post on X, Banerjee said that Wickremesinghe, seeing her at the airport lounge, called her to “join for some discussion" when she invited him to the state-organised Bengal Global Business Summit (BGBS) in November.

“His Excellency the President of Sri Lanka Ranil Wickremesinghe saw me at the Dubai International Airport Lounge and called me to join for some discussion. I have been humbled by his greetings and (have) invited him to the Bengal Global Business Summit 2023 in Kolkata," she said.

Source: Live Mint
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Sachin Pilot praises Rajasthan govt

Posted By: Jaydatt Chaudhary Posted On: Sep 12, 2023
Congress leader Sachin Pilot addresses a public meeting, in Dausa district, Rajasthan, Monday (PTI)

Rajasthan Congress leader and core committee member Sachin Pilot on Monday heaved a rare praise on the Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot-run Rajasthan government and said that his party's government has reacted swiftly to incidents of crime and the situation is better than in BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

Sachin Pilot and Ashok Gehlot had famously drifted apart in 2020, when Pilot, then the Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan, rebelled against the Chief Minister Gehlot.

Pilot has also on several occasions flagged CM Gehlot government's alleged inaction over the ‘corruption' in the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP)'s Vasundhara Raje government.

Amid criticism by the BJP on law and order in poll-bound Rajasthan, Pilot defended the Ashok Gehlot government in a rather rare move, but an expected one since Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi mediated the soaring tension between the two leaders.

Pilot also targeted the BJP-led government at the Centre, saying it only misleads people and talks about religion to come into power.

Reacting to BJP leaders questioning Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who held a public meeting in Niwai, Tonk on Sunday, for not visiting Rajasthan after incidents of crime against women, Pilot said the opposition party is trying to make law and order an issue as assembly elections are approaching in Rajasthan.

"Whenever any incident has taken place, action has been taken and the accused have been arrested within hours. Such incidents can happen anywhere but we have taken immediate action," Pilot told reporters in Dausa.

"We try our best to curb such incidents. What is happening in other states also has to be seen. The graph of crime is high in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, but the BJP leaders are making an issue here as Assembly elections are coming up," the Tonk MLA added.

Pilot also said, “Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge should have been invited to the G20 gala dinner. If Kharge was invited, the world would have seen that the country is united," he said. President Droupadi Murmu hosted the G20 dinner on Saturday at Bharat Mandapam in Delhi, the venue for the G20 Summit of world leaders.

He further said, "Inflation is rising, industries are getting shut. Airports, railways, powerhouses were sold at throw-away prices. But, the Centre is busy creating an issue over the country's name. Both India and Bharat pre-exist.

"They (BJP) have only one work that is to mislead and incite people, talk about religion and caste to get into power and chant Ram-Ram." Sachin Pilot added.

Source: Live Mint
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The Gulf’s boundless ambition to change the world

Posted By: Aditya Gogoi Posted On: Sep 09, 2023
The Gulf economies are among the richest and most vibrant on the planet, helped by a Brent crude oil price that rose back to over $90 per barrel this week. (File Photo: AFP)

If you thought the Middle East was stagnant, think again. The Gulf economies are among the richest and most vibrant on the planet, helped by a Brent crude oil price that rose back to over $90 per barrel this week. A $3.5trn fossil-fuel bonanza is being spent on everything from home-grown artificial intelligence models and shiny new cities in the desert, to filling the coffers of giant sovereign-wealth funds that roam the world’s capital markets looking for deals.

As the cash flows in, the chaos shows signs of receding, thanks to the biggest burst of diplomacy for decades. Saudi Arabia and Iran have negotiated detente in a rivalry that has lasted since the Iranian revolution in 1979. Civil wars in Syria and Yemen are killing fewer people, as their sponsors seek de-escalation. Following the Abraham accords between Israel and some Arab governments, Saudi Arabia is considering recognising the Jewish state, 75 years after its creation. The region's global clout is rising—four countries are about to join the brics club of non-aligned powers that want a less Western-dominated world.

As our Briefing explains, these shifts begin a new chapter in the Middle East marked by fresh opportunities and new dangers. The region's leaders are testing ideas that have caught on in much of the world, including embracing autocratic pragmatism as a substitute for democracy, and multipolar diplomacy instead of the post-1945 American-led order. The Middle East is also a place where threats that will menace the world in the 2030s may play out early, including nuclear proliferation, extreme weather and even greater inequality, as weak countries fall further behind.

Many occupants of the White House have left office wishing they could forget all about the Middle East. But whether you run a superpower or a small business, it matters as much as ever. Although it has only 6% of the world's people, it has a chokehold on the global economy. As the lowest-cost oil producer, its share of crude exports is 46% and rising. Its share of exports of liquefied natural gas, in great demand since Russia's pipelines to Europe shut down, is 30% and going up, too. Thanks to its location, 30% of all container trade and 16% of air cargo passes through the region. With $3trn of assets, its sovereign-wealth funds are among the world's largest. Its wars and disorder often spill across borders; its refugees affect politics as far away as Europe.

The past two decades have been miserable in the Middle East. Democratic projects ended in failure and bloodshed, in Iraq after the American-led invasion of 2003 and in several countries after the Arab spring in 2011. Islamic State sought to kill its way to creating a caliphate, while in Syria Bashar al-Assad doused his own people in chlorine and nerve agents.

Yet now, as the fighting ebbs, three big changes are visible. First, the region is having to take more responsibility for its own security, as America's appetite to intervene militarily has evaporated. Alongside this, trade patterns have become multipolar: the imf reckons 26% of Middle Eastern goods exports go to China and India, almost double the level in 2000 and roughly twice the share headed for America and Europe. Recently, this geopolitical realignment has led to a desire to de-escalate conflicts.

Second, the energy transition creates an urgent need to escape the familiar pattern of oil booms and busts. Instead there is a powerful incentive for the Gulf to lift fossil-fuel production in the next decade before demand dwindles permanently, and spend the proceeds on diversifying local economies.

The final shift is a weariness in public opinion. Political experiments, whether democratic or Islamist, are tarnished. Instead, people across the Middle East yearn for economic opportunity. Forget Canada or Sweden: polls show the country young Arabs admire most is the uae, with its stability and thriving economy under iron-fisted dynastic rule. At the same time, less Western involvement in security and trade also means less pressure for human rights or democracy.

Some of the region's changes invite ridicule—think of a vanity project like neom, a gaudy new city being built for an estimated $500bn by Muhammad bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler. But other changes are durable and profound. More women are working in the Gulf. Israeli tourists are thronging to Dubai. Across the region, the non-oil economy is growing at a healthy annual rate of 4% and cross-border multinational investment is rising. It is possible to imagine how a virtuous cycle of stability and peace might lead to more investment and trade that raises living standards and broadens prosperity, reversing a long-lasting spiral of failure in a part of the world with some 500m people.

Yet to achieve that, the Middle East will have to overcome some big problems. Many of these are familiar. The region's more enlightened autocrats argue that they face a kind of “performance accountability" to improve the lot of their populations. But regimes with absolute rule tend towards decay. Other dangers are new—or, rather, looming more menacingly than ever. Now that Iran is on the threshold of becoming a nuclear-armed state, proliferation is a grave worry. Climate change means that one of the world's hottest, driest places faces even more extreme weather. Only some countries can afford the investments, such as redesigned cities and desalination projects, that they need to remain habitable.

80:20 rule

Most starkly, the new Middle East is more lopsided than in recent memory. The success stories, the Gulf and Israel, account for only 14% of the population but 60% of gdp, 73% of goods exports and 75% of inward multinational investment. From Israel and the West Bank to Saudi Arabia and Yemen, modern economies border places trapped in despair. Lebanon is mired in financial crisis; Egypt could be heading the same way. The new Middle East's winners embody a transactional mindset that may yet make them richer. Its losers are a reminder that in a world with fewer rules and principles, no one is coming to the rescue. As you fill up your car or wait for your air-freighted parcel, remember they depend on a region that is an economic and political laboratory—and hope the experiment does not blow up.

© 2023, The Economist Newspaper Limited. All rights reserved.

From The Economist, published under licence. The original content can be found on www.economist.com

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Businesses Can Claim ITC on Goods Procured for Distribution to Dealers for Sales Target

Posted By: Preeti Dabar Posted On: Sep 03, 2023

Businesses can claim input tax credit on items, like gold coins and white goods, procured for distribution to dealers upon achieving pre-specified sales targets as part of promotional schemes, a GST advance ruling authority has ruled. The Karnataka-bench of the AAR (Authority for Advance Ruling) ruled that ITC can be availed on taxes paid for procurement of white goods or gold coins for the purpose of incentive to dealer as it is a supply.

Orient Cement Ltd had approached the AAR seeking ruling in whether ITC can be claimed on distribution of gold coins and white goods to its dealers upon achieving a specified target fixed under the scheme. The company also offers various promotional schemes “Monthly/ Quarterly Quantity Discount Scheme", etc.

The said sales promotion scheme helps the company in achieving their sales and collection targets. The AAR noted that the applicant is issuing these gold coins and white goods so procured as incentives as per the agreement reached between himself and the recipients. It is only issued subject to the fulfilment of certain conditions and stipulations.

“Gift is something which is given without any conditions and stipulations and hence the same cannot be covered under the scope of ‘gift'," it said.

The applicant's obligation to issue gold coins and white goods to the dealers/ customers upon achieving the stipulated lifting of the material/purchase target during the scheme period would not be regarded as “goods disposed of by way of gift" and input tax credit would not be restricted, the AAR said in its order dated August 24.

EY Tax Partner Saurabh Agarwal said in the matter of Orient Cement Ltd, the Advance Ruling Authority of Karnataka has held that the credit on inputs received for promotional expenses, such as distributing of gold coins, Godrej digital safe lockers etc., to dealers should not be categorized as gifts as it is associated with certain conditions and not voluntary.

Furthermore, it clarifies that the distribution of promotional materials should be considered a supply, even if done without any consideration, falling under Schedule 1 i.e. permanent transfer or disposal of business assets when input tax credit has been claimed on those assets.

“This ruling contradicts with previous judgments and industry should awaits further clarification from the GST Council on this matter," Agarwal said. KPMG Partner and National Head, Indirect Taxes, Abhishek Jain said this ruling upholds distinguishment of target driven promotional products qua gifts and accordingly, allows input tax credit on such gifts.

“Separately, with contrary Advance Rulings (where it has been held as gift and ITC has been disallowed) and different on ground positions by adjudication authorities, the government could consider issuing a proactive clarification on the said issue to avoid unwarranted disputes," Jain added.

Source: News18
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Want To Earn Cash Prize Of Up To Rs 1 Crore On Shopping

Posted By: Ramesh Sharma Posted On: Aug 30, 2023

Mera Bill Mera Adhikaar, GST Invoice: Do you want to win a cash prize of up to Rs 1 crore on a purchase of just Rs 200? The government is starting a GST scheme, called ‘Mera Bill Mera Adhikaar', from September 1, under which people just need to upload GST invoices of any goods or services of or above Rs 200 and stand a chance to win cash prices aggregating up to Rs 1 crore.

The GST invoice incentive scheme, called ‘Mera Bill Mera Adhikaar', has been introduced by the government, in association with state governments, “to encourage the culture of customers asking for invoices/bills for all purchases".

The scheme will be launched on September 1. Initially, this scheme will be launched as a pilot in Assam, Gujarat & Haryana and UTs of Puducherry, Dadra Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu.

Mera Bill Mera Adhikaar: All You Need To Know

All B2C invoices issued by GST-registered suppliers (registered in Assam, Gujarat & Haryana and UTs of Puducherry, Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu) to consumers will be eligible for the scheme.

Minimum value for invoices to be considered for a lucky draw has been kept at Rs 200.

The GST invoices can be uploaded on mobile application ‘Mera Bill Mera Adhikaar' available on IOS and Android as well as on web portal ‘web.merabill.gst.gov.in'.

Individuals can upload a maximum of 25 invoices in a month. For each uploaded invoice an acknowledgement reference number (ARN) will be generated which will be used for the draw of prizes.

All B2C invoices issued during the previous month which have been uploaded on the application by 5th of the next month will be eligible for the monthly draw.

At the time of uploading the invoice, the participants will need to provide GSTIN of supplier, invoice number, invoice date, invoice value, and state/UT of the customer.

Duplicate uploads and invoices with inactive or fake GSTIN will be rejected by the system.

Monthly and quarterly draw (bumper prize) of lots will be held and winners will be eligible for cash rewards up to Rs 1 crore. For bumper prize, a quarterly draw will be conducted for all invoices uploaded in the last 03 months (till 5th of the month of the bumper draw) will be considered.

There will be 800 monthly cash prizes worth Rs 10,000, and 10 prizes for Rs 10 lakh price money. Apart from this, there will be 2 quarterly prizes (bumper draws) which will involve price money of Rs 1 crore.

Winners will be informed through SMS/push notification on the app/web portal. The winners will need to provide details like PAN number, Aadhaar number, bank account details, etc, through the app/web portal, within a period of 30 days from such date of informing them.

This pilot scheme will run for a period of 12 months.

Source: News18
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JNU PG 2nd Merit List 2023 Live

Posted By: Ramesh Sharma Posted On: Aug 26, 2023
jnu pg merit list 2023 live updates: JNU PG second merit list, direct link, admission news at jnuee.jnu.ac.in

JNU PG 2nd Merit List 2023 Live Updates: Jawaharlal Nehru University is expected to release JNU PG 2nd Merit List 2023 soon. The second merit list for postgraduate courses when released can be checked by candidates on the official site of JNUEE at jnuee.jnu.ac.in.

The tentative date of release of the 2nd merit list was August 25, 2023, which has not been released yet.

After the release of 2nd merit list candidates will have to complete the pre-enrollment registration, and slot booking and pay the admission fee by August 28. Candidates who submitted for admission to MA programs in foreign languages and were chosen in the first round must go for physical verification of admission/registration on September 1. For other courses, it will be completed on September 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, and 13, 2023.

Follow all the updates here:

JNU PG merit list news

JNU PG merit list will be released likely today or soon. The list will be available at jnuee.jnu.ac.in.

JNU PG merit list: Websites to check

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JNU PG merit list 2023: Courses offered

JNU offers courses such as MA, MSc, MCA, MPH, MTech, PG diploma, and advanced diploma in mass media.

JNU PG 2nd Merit List 2023: Login credentials to check

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JNU PG 2nd merit list 2023

Physical Verification of Admission/Registration of selected candidates for other courses- September 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, and 13, 2023.

JNU PG admission: Physical verification from September 1

Candidates who submitted for admission to MA programs in foreign languages and were chosen in the first round must go for physical verification of admission/registration on September 1.

JNU PG merit list news: Pre-enrollment registration date

After the release of 2nd merit list candidates will have to complete the pre-enrollment registration, and slot booking and pay the admission fee by August 28.

JNU PG merit list: How to check

Visit the official website at jnuee.jnu.ac.in.

On the homepage, click on the merit list link

Key in your application number and date of birth

Download the list and save it for future reference.

JNU PG merit list 2023: Where to check

The second merit list for postgraduate courses when released can be checked by candidates on the official site of JNUEE at jnuee.jnu.ac.in.

JNU PG 2nd Merit List 2023: Date and time

Date: Tentative August 25, not released yet

Time: Unknown

Source: Hindustan Times
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Liverpool Beat Bournemouth 3

Posted By: Vishal Maurya Posted On: Aug 20, 2023

Liverpool overcame an early deficit and a disputed red card to beat Bournemouth 3-1 at Anfield in the English Premier League on Saturday for its first win of the season.

Bournemouth stunned the host by taking the lead through Antoine Semenyo in just the third minute after Liverpool turned the ball over cheaply deep inside its own half. But Luis Diaz equalized with an acrobatic volley in the 28th and Liverpool was awarded a penalty when Joe Rothwell made light contact with Dominik Szoboszlai just inside the area, and the midfielder fell theatrically to the ground.

Mohamed Salah's spot kick was saved by Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto, but the Egypt striker slotted in the rebound to put Liverpool ahead.

Alexis Mac Allister was then shown a straight red card in the 58th for kicking Ryan Christie's leg after a mistimed challenge for the ball, giving Bournemouth hopes of a comeback.

But going a man down seemed to only galvanize Liverpool, and Diogo Jota was on hand to turn in the rebound after Szoboszlai's deflected shot was palmed away by Neto in the 62nd.

After opening the season with a 1-1 draw at Chelsea last weekend, Liverpool has four points from its opening two games, while Bournemouth has one point.

Salah's goal put him past Steven Gerrard into fifth place among Liverpool's all-time leading scorers, with 187.

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Brighton Rout Wolves 4-1

Solly March scored two goals in a four-minute span of the second half to help Brighton rout Wolverhampton 4-1 in the English Premier League on Saturday.

The English winger, who had a career-high seven league goals last year, scored his second and third of this campaign shortly after halftime at Molineux Stadium. Kaoru Mitoma and Pervis Estupiñan netted for the visitors before the break.

March twice beat defenders to touch home low crosses from 19-year-old summer signing Julio Enciso.

Mitoma's goal in the 15th minute was a brilliant solo effort. The Japan midfielder cut inside and beat three Wolves defenders before lofting the ball beyond goalkeeper Jose Sa.

Hwang Hee-Chan got the home team on the board in the 61st with a header from a corner.

That's back-to-back routs for manager Roberto De Zerbi's team, which beat promoted Luton 4-1 in the season opener.

Brighton, which sold promising midfielder Moises Caicedo to Chelsea last week, is also playing in the Europa League after a sixth-place finish — its highest-ever final position in English soccer's top flight — last season.

Wolves lost to Manchester United 1-0 last week.

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Brentford beat Fulham 3-0

Bryan Mbeumo scored twice as Brentford beat 10-man Fulham 3-0 away in a west London derby in the English Premier League on Saturday.

Yoane Wissa also played a key role, putting Brentford ahead shortly before the halftime break after a defensive mistake by Fulham and then earning a penalty that also saw Tim Ream sent off for a second booking.

Mbeumo converted from the spot for the second week in a row after his composed effort rooted goalkeeper Bernd Leno to the spot as the ball went in via the left post.

Fulham searched for a way back during nine minutes of added time through cameos from Willian and new signing Adama Traore but instead, it was Brentford that padded the scoreline as Kristoffer Ajer's well-timed cross found Mbeumo for another goal.

It was Brentford's first win of the season after opening with a 2-2 home draw against Tottenham last weekend when Fulham won at Everton.

Source: News18
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Bussiness In order to settle the pending contractual disputes of government and government undertakings, the finance ministry has launched the ‘Vivad se Vishwas II – (Contractual Disputes)' scheme, according to an official statement released on Wednesday. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharam announced th
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Bussiness If you did not link your Permanent Aadhaar Number (PAN) to Aadhaar before June 30, your PAN is now considered inoperative. This means you'll face some problems with your financial activities and taxes. For instance, you won't be able to invest in bank fixed deposits or mutual fund schemes, file income
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Latest News India is currently seeing a surge in cases of acute conjunctivitis or eye flu. It is caused by various factors, such as allergies or infections, resulting in inflammation of the conjunctiva that covers the white part of the eyeball. The incessant rain, humid conditions, and waterlogging are providi
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Latest News Are you feeling Monday blues? Do you need a little pick-me-up? If you nodded, why not try some shopping-inspired brain teasers to perk you up? Who knows, a good brain teaser can be just the thing you need right now. The brain teasers feature shopping areas, and you need to spot different items in each of th
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World Isolated internationally and authority tested by a failed mutiny, Russia hosted African leaders for a summit in his native Saint Petersburg to project normalcy and display support from its allies. Isolated internationally and authority tested by a failed mutiny, Russia hosted African leaders fo
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World ‘RIP Tylee' is trending on social media after Canadian entrepreneur Ryan Cohen's pooch, Tylee, died. Ryan took to Instagram to share the news, adding that Tylee inspired him to start his e-commerce company, Chewy, in 2011. Ryan was the company's CEO until 2018, and is the executive chairman of GameSt
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Bussiness The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced the launch of the Pilot Project for Public Tech Platform for Frictionless Credit by Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the RBI. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced the launch of the Pilot Project for Public Tech Platform for Frictionless Credit by Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the RBI.
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Entertainment Actors Kamal Haasan and Prabhas, along with director Nag Ashwin, visited San Diego Comic-Con to promote their upcoming film Kalki 2898 AD. The first glimpse of the sci-fi fantasy was unveiled at the event, that was also attended by Telugu actor Rana Daggubati. (Also Read: Kalki 2898 AD director Nag As
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Latest News On any special occasion, cakes are a must. Whether you are celebrating your birthday, anniversary, promotion, or completing your graduation- cakes are always present to make your event better. While you must love the creamy taste and texture of this dessert, have you ever wondered how cakes are mass
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Entertainment Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap recently gave a glowing review to Karan Johar's directorial comeback Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani. After Anurag revealed he loved, cried and watched the film twice, many users took to the comment section of his post and criticised the film. Responding to them all, Anurag c