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GST Compensation - Centre borrows Rs 6K Crore for 16 StatesFATF decides to keep Pakistan in grey listNTPC allowed to use drones for research and inspection of Power ProjectsIndia crosses landmark of 10 crore COVID-19 testsCBIC notifies Customs Authority for Advance Rulings in Delhi and MumbaiCus - Whether benefit u/s 28(2) is available - It is certainly not appropriate for the Bench to go into disputed questions of facts in writ proceedings: HCCus - Seeking directions to order for re-export - Since proceedings are on-going for assessment, it would not be appropriate to consider or grant the mandamus as sought: HCCus - Interpretation, by Revenue, of phrase 'in existence' in s.149 to mean that only if documents relied upon by petitioner seeking amendment were, in fact, 'on record' that such amendment could even be considered is disagreed with: HCCus - Seizure of areca nut - 'Reasons to believe' must be based upon acceptable materials, which have to be more than a moonshine: HCCus - Betel Nuts - Reasons given for seizure fail the test of 'Wednesbury principles' as no reasonable person can reach a conclusion about country of origin upon examination by naked eye: HCCBDT posts Sukhad Chaturvedi, IRS & Bhanu Pratap Singh, IRS as OSDs in FT&TR Division (See 'http://taxindiainternational.com/index.php')CBDT diverts DC-level post from Hyderabad to Bengaluru APA (See 'http://taxindiainternational.com/index.php')CBDT issues details Instructions for filing ITRs for AY 2020-21Income tax raids 15 places in Srinagar and DelhiIRS officer Amit Gupta goes to Uttarakhand Govt as Advisor, SGSTLate fees u/s 234E cannot be levied when processing TDS statements for a period when enabling provisions were not in effect: ITATPenalty order issued u/s 271(1)(c) merits being quashed where it does not specify as to which sub-section has been invoked to initiate such proceedings: ITATTo boost shipbuilding in India, Govt amends Right of First Refusal licensing conditionsAdditions framed by AO are unsustainable where based on apprehension of assessee having unauthorisedly claimed deduction u/s 36(1)(vi) twice: ITATCBDT notifies minor amendments in sub-rule (2) of Rule 67Cus - Penalty imposed on employee of CHA for alleged abetment of mis-declaration of imported goods, is unsustainable where such person was acting on orders & no collusion or abetment is established: CESTATBrazil revokes permission to Chinese vaccine trialG-20 Anti-Corruption Working Group - MoS reiterates India's zero telerance policyST - Mere reference to a paragraph in the SCN does not constitute a proper adjudication that devolves upon the original authority: CESTATJoe Biden promises Commission to recommend changes to Supreme CourtBihar Polls - BJP manifesto promises 19 lakh jobs + free-vaccination for COVID-19 + lentils under MSPTax Returns & Politicians - They necessarily make quaint & strange bedfellows!
ELEVENTH SCHEDULE

THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

ELEVENTH SCHEDULE

(Article 243G)

1. Agriculture, including agricultural extension.

2. Land improvement, implementation of land reforms, land consolidation and soil conservation.

3. Minor irrigation, water management and watershed development.

4. Animal husbandry, dairying and poultry.

5. Fisheries.

6. Social forestry and farm forestry.

7. Minor forest produce.

8. Small scale industries, including food processing industries.

9. Khadi, village and cottage industries.

10. Rural housing.

11. Drinking water.

12. Fuel and fodder.

13. Roads, culverts, bridges, ferries, waterways and other means of communication.

14. Rural electrification, including distribution of electricity.

15. Non-conventional energy sources.

16. Poverty alleviation programme.

17. Education, including primary and secondary schools.

18. Technical training and vocational education.

19. Adult and non-formal education.

20. Libraries.

21. Cultural activities.

22. Markets and fairs.

23. Health and sanitation, including hospitals, primary health centres and dispensaries.

24. Family welfare.

25. Women and child development.

26. Social welfare, including welfare of the handicapped and mentally retarded.

27. Welfare of the weaker sections, and in particular, of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes.

28. Public distribution system.

29. Maintenance of community assets.