Passes the Delhi Value Added Tax (Amendment) Act, 2011
Jasleen Kaur | March 21, 2011
With more than 7,500 appeals by various traders still pending with Delhi government, the state assembly on Monday passed the Delhi aalue added tax (amendment) Act, 2011.
The amendment was required to extend the time frame till March 31, 2012 to resolve the pending appeals relating to the period prior to the enforcement of the Delhi Value Added Tax Act (DVAT).
The DVAT Act came into force in 2005 in Delhi. This envisaged disposal of all pending appeals within next five years. However, the period was extended from 2010-11 for disposal of pending cases. With adoption of the DVAT (Amendment) Act, 2011 the period stands extended from April 2011 to March, 2012.
Highlighting the importance of preserving, protecting and promoting Indian languages, the vice president of India, Shri M Venkaiah Naidu spoke in 22 languages at an event to mark International Mother Language Day in New Delhi. He urged all the citizens to take a pledge to promote mother tongue and also lea
Real estate is among the priciest investments around. More so for the common man who has to live with the burden of monthly EMIs. Yet, it is an art to discover the real owner of any property. Government and revenue records, which are easily accessible to the public, are not properly maintained. Individual
The election commission of India (ECI) has been working on a series of electoral reforms, and the agenda includes linking Aadhaar with the electoral roll, considering paid news and false affidavit as electoral offence/corrupt practice, better monitoring the role of print media and social media intermediari
To protect the fast depleting wetlands against being used as landfill and for development activities in Mumbai metropolitan region (MMR), environmentalists have asked the centre to declare the 289-hectare Panje wetlands in Uran tehsil of Raigarh district as a ‘Ramsar site’ and preserve its ecol
Mumbai is building a coastal road to cut through traffic snarls and make life easier for commuters. The ambitious project, part of the city’s Development Plan (DP) 2035, is the second major initiative after the Bandra-Worli sea link, and should become a reality in 2023. Here are the key facts
The party that came into existence on the intangible timeworn issue of corruption, transparency and increasing public investment through public savings is going on winning elections in Delhi with huge margins, consistently rowing the boat between doldrums and high tides. Somewhere between the doldr