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GST Council's recommendations will benefit citizens & add strength to tax structure: PM Modi

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GST Council's recommendations will benefit citizens & add strength to tax structure: PM ModiPrime Minister Narendra Modi has said that recommendations made by the GST Council will benefit citizens and add strength to the tax structure.
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News video: GST in Real Estate: Is one sector, one tax possible?

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New Delhi, Nov 06 (ANI): After taking the entire nation by storm, GST has triggered another hot debate to decide the possibility of GST in Real Estate sector. The sector is expected to feature in the November 9, 2017 GST meet with government hinting that the sector can be considered to be brought...

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