News Update

Goyal sanguine about achieving USD 400 bn export target26 COVID patients run out of breath at Goa hospital + black fungus infect 3 patients in MeerutSchool shooting in Russia - six children & a teacher killedCOVID-19: Oil & gas PSUs help in oxygen transportationCOVID-19: Centre asks States to allocate 70% vaccines for 2nd dosePM thanks Bhutan for support in wake of COVID-19 pandemicI-T - Department cannot adjust refund dues of taxpayer, without issuing separate intimation u/s 245 for adjustment of outstanding demands, which were already under stay by direction of Tribunals & High Courts: HCI-T - Reassessment will be invalid in absence of tangible matrial, if no addition was made by AO and query answered by taxpayer in original assessment proceedings stood accepted: HCIndia, BRICS bank to co-host seminar on social infra financing & digital techIndian variant fast turning out to be global concern; first cases detected in PhilippinesWHO disfavours use of Ivermectin for COVID-19 treatment1972 Batch IRS officer Asish Dasgupta passes awayGST - Promotional Products/Materials & Marketing items used by Appellant can be considered as 'inputs', however, GST paid cannot be availed as ITC in view of the provisions of s.17(2) and s.17(5)(h): AAARChina’s population grows beyond 1.41 billionGST - For operational convenience, the transporter would load lesser quantity last and larger quantity first: HCGST - Contention that for delivery of 14.30 tonnes at Hyderabad, the transporter would have to offload even 2.01 tonnes which is on top of the consignment in the goods vehicle and then reload it in Hyderabad is an utterly perverse view and shockingly ignores operational convenience of the transporter: HCNiti Aayog, Mastercard release report on digital financial inclusionVAT - Principles of natural justice are not contravened where Revenue discharges burden cast upon it to furnish relevant material sought for by assessee: HCOver 1 lakh tonne of free food grains distributed under PM-GKAYI-T - Premium paid for Keyman Insurance policy cannot be treated as business expenditure, without establishing nexus between business and such premium expense: HCLockdown clipping wings of Coronavirus - Daily number down to 3.3 lakh with 3900 deaths as per official tally + Global daily caseload number marginally down to 6 lakh but death count goes up to 10,600 in 24 hoursCalifornia declares drought emergency in 41 counties
 
New framework for nationwide roll out of SVAMITVA scheme

By TIOL News Service

NEW DELHI, MAY 05, 2021: THE government on Tuesday released the new framework for the implementation of the Central sector SVAMITVA - 'Survey of Villages and Mapping with Improvised Technology in Village Areas' scheme which aims to provide property rights to the residents of rural inhabited areas in India by aerial survey.

To mark the nationwide roll out of the SVAMITVA scheme, Minister for Panchayati Raj Mr Narendra Singh Tomar released the framework that provides a detailed roadmap for the scheme to benefit rural residents by providing them with property cards that can be used for taking loans and the creation of accurate land records for rural planning.

The SVAMITVA Framework developed by the Ministry of Panchayati Raj provides a detailed roadmap and guidelines for the various States in terms of the scheme objectives, coverage, various components involved, year-wise funding pattern, survey approach and methodology, stakeholders involved and their roles and responsibility, monitoring and evaluation, and deliverables.

The government has so far distributed property cards in more than 7,400 villages and more than 7 lakh beneficiaries have been benefited across the country.

Many have also availed bank loans and other financial benefits to construct houses or expand businesses.


POST YOUR COMMENTS