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The Hindu Editorial

Course correction? on GST decisions

Under attack on how the indirect tax regime has panned out, the Goods and Services Tax Council on Saturday announced a set of feel-good moves to reassure diverse stakeholders. For consumers, the peak tax rate of 28% levied on cinema tickets above ₹100, large screen television sets or monitors, digital cameras and lithium ion batteries, among others, was bought down to 18%. Read More...

The Indian Express Editorial

Song of hope

Sometimes, the sweetest songs are born in the saddest of times. Two hundred years ago, one such carol was born in an Austrian church. The small town of Oberndorf was recovering from the aftermath of the Napoleonic wars and famine. Legend has it that a young Catholic priest, Joseph Mohr, asked his schoolteacher friend, Franz Gruber, to put a song he had written on the birth of Christ to music, a song that could be played on the guitar as the church organ was not working. Read More...

TOI Editorial

NDA is back: With Modi wave diminishing, BJP’s partners are demanding their pound of flesh

Reverberations from the loss of governments in three Hindi heartland states are clearly visible in the significant concessions made by BJP to its Bihar allies JD(U) and LJP in seat sharing for the general election. Swiftly moving to counter the fallout of ex-ally RLSP joining UPA and LJP leader Chirag Paswan making dissenting noises, BJP has offered JD(U) 17 seats, LJP six seats and an assured Rajya Sabha nomination to Ram Vilas Paswan. Read More...

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