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He said the Centre must disburse the central grants in proportion to the share of taxes collected from the states as it would provide the required fillip for the development of the states For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Ahmedabad | Published: August 5 2012 5:14 am Related News Gujarat will have state-level celebrations of the 66th Independence Day at a function in Junagadh district this year with Chief Minister Narendra Modi unfurling the Tricolourstate officials said here on Saturday The function will be followed by a tree plantation drive at the venueit added The state-level Independence Day celebrations are held at a different place every year Minister of State for Agriculture Kanu Bhalala will be joining the chief minister at the function in Junagadha statement said Different ministers and parliamentary secretaries will hoist the flag at various district-level Independence Day functionsofficials said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh | Published: July 14 2013 3:41 am Related News The Chandigarh Police on Saturday held a training workshop Rescue on Time for inspectors to learn basic life saving techniques Under the initiative430 junior level police personnel of PCR and Traffic had already been trained The aim of the workshop was to teach the personnel cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first-aid skillsso that they could provide basic medical aid to the victim before being rushed to the hospital The workshop was held at INSCOL Hospital in Sector 34-A on Saturday The first part of the workshop was a theoretical sessionwhere inspectors were given training on first aid tools The second part of the session saw the police personnel receiving practical lessons on CPR For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow: BSP supremo Mayawati on Monday criticised the power tariff hike in Uttar Pradesh and said it highlights the Samajwadi Party government’s "insensitiveness" towards common people BSP chief and former UP CM Mayawati Reuters "It was due to failure of the SP government that consumers would be forced to pay heavy price for consuming electricity" she said and demanded immediate rollback of the hike Uttar Pradesh State Electricity Regulatory Commission (UPSERC) had increased power tariff for all categories of consumers by 547 percent on 18 June Mayawati said that while there was acute shortage of power in the state more problem was being created for the consumers by effecting a hefty hike in power tariff "The power hike for domestic consumers was anti-people" she said Crores of urban consumers were already facing serious problem of erratic power supply and damaged transformers due to which there were reports of dharna demonstration and gherao of sub-stations and people have to face police lathis she claimed The BSP supremo said that giving a shock to consumers in such a situation highlights "insensitiveness of the SP government" In its election manifesto the SP had promised 20 hours of power supply in rural areas and 22 hours supply in urban areas within two years But even after three years the SP government has not only failed on its promises but it has not taken any concrete step to fulfill them she said Mayawati accused the SP government of trying to gain cheap publicity by completing works done by BSP regime on power front Without strengthening the system creating financial burden on the consumers was unjust she added PTI From the first two speeches in the debate around the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill introduced in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday one thing became instantly clear: the aggressive name-calling and political finger-pointing between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress party may have got a temporary reprieve but the intense haggling over the provisions of the GST regime is going to continueFormer Union finance minister and Congress leader P Chidambaram with Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley PTI Finance Minister Arun Jaitley gave the first official hint about the thaw over the GST Bill when he told a television channel hours before introducing the Bill in the Rajya Sabha that the Congress was never principally against the GST He followed it up shortly by thanking the Congress and acknowledging that the GST Bill was originally a Congress baby while introducing the Bill Former finance minister P Chidambaram who was the first to speak from the Congress benches started by thanking Jaitley for the friendly tone set by the ruling party "in the last two weeks" and said his party hoped that the Constitution (122nd) Amendment Bill will be passed by the House after the debate indicating clearly that his party would not stand between the country and its most important indirect tax reform Thus on the face of it conciliation seemed to be the mood of the House But Chidambaram’s speech did indicate that even if the Bill is passed by the Rajya Sabha as indeed it might the GST debate will just get postponed not settled Chidambaram spoke for most part about the GST rate All this while the Congress party insisted that the GST rate should be capped at 18 percent It also wanted that this rate be mentioned in the Constitution Amendment Bill so that no government could increase it by a mere executive order The Bill introduced by Jaitley on Wednesday does not mention the GST rate so to that extent the Congress has yielded But Chidambaram pointed out that does not mean the Congress has given up the demand either for capping the GST rate at 18 percent or for enshrining it in the law This will come up again Chidambaram said when "three months later you will have to come back to the House to pass the Integrated GST Bill" (Today Rajya Sabha is debating the GST Constitutional Amendment Bill that introduces the concept of an all-encompassing pan-India indirect tax It will empower the Centre and the states to levy GST This amendment will pave the way for the Integrated GST law that will have to be passed by Parliament setting out the details of the GST regime rates and how the revenue will be shared between the Centre and the states) At that time Chidambaram almost taunted Jaitley the government will have to inscribe the GST rate into the law because "no tax bill will stand legal scrutiny if it does not mention the rate of taxation" Defending his party’s stand that the GST rate must be set at 18 percent Chidambaram said they did not pluck the 18 percent out of thin air "We got it from the report of the chief economic advisor to this government" Chidambaram painted a scary picture of a future government hiking the GST rate to 23 or 24 percent and warned that it is too risky an inflationary tool to leave in the hands of the executive without having to go through the legislature So it is clear that the Congress is still pretty set on two things that it has always wanted: one the rate should not be more than 18 percent and two it should be mentioned in the law so that it cannot be tinkered with at executive whim It was apparent though that the Congress has made two concessions maybe because it was under political and public pressure not to stop an important reform The first is to let the Constitution Amendment Bill go through without hitch and to slightly dilute its position on the rate While earlier the Congress was arguing for a ‘cap’ on the GST rate at 18 percent Chidambaram was consistently talking about "standard rate" That is while it earlier wanted a freeze on the rate so that future governments can’t increase the rate it is now willing to consider a base rate which may be changed but only through the legislature not the executive But the sting was in the tail For all the apparent mood of conciliation Chidambaram cleverly foreclosed an option for the Narendra Modi government to pass the Integrated GST Bill Extending all cooperation for passing the Bill at hand Chidambaram sought an assurance from Jaitley that the government would not resort to a legislative sleight of hand to pass the Integrated GST Bill "Hopefully after this debate the Constitution Amendment Bill will be passed" Chidambaram said "But we need an assurance from the government that when the bring the GST Bill they will bring it as a finance bill not a money bill If we have that assurance we will help pass this Bill" he said This is important The states do not want the 18 percent standard rate to be mentioned in the law The Congress is insisting So if the Constitution Amendment Bill is passed today the NDA government might have been tempted to bring the Integrated GST Bill as a money bill A money bill can become law if passed by the Lok Sabha whereas a finance bill has to be passed by both the Lok Sabha (where the government has the numeric strength) and the Rajya Sabha (where the government doesn’t have the numbers) The Modi government used this trick to outwit the Congress by introducing the Aadhaar Bill as a money bill By insisting that the Congress will pass the GST Constitution Amendment Bill only if Jaitley assures the House that the future bill will be brought to the Rajya Sabha Chidambaram has forced Jaitley’s hands If Jaitley does not give the assurance Congress might still hold out on the current bill and if he does give the assurance he might end up where he began on the debate over some of the crucial provisions of the GST regime So even if the Constitutional Amendment Bill is passed today it’s not over till it is over The GST fight it seems has just been deferred by a few months Moscow:Russia has offered to upgrade its existing Su-30 fleet in India to make it "very close to" the fifth generation fighter but India has asked for time to evaluate its strategy an official from Russian helicopters maker Rostec said Representational image PIB Interacting with a select group of journalists on the sidelines of International Air show MAKS in Moscow Rostec’s Director of International Cooperation and Regional Policy Victor N Kladov said Russia had made the offer for upgradation of the Su-30 during a meeting between Russian president Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Narendra Modi last month "As far as I know it was raised between President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in St Petersburg last month The Indian prime minister once again reiterated that the Indian side needs time to evaluate its strategy of development and how to spend the money" Kladov said "We are offering a package for modernising the Su-30 aircraft It will obtain new capabilities it will be very close to the fifth generation aircraft in capabilities This is a deep modernisation everything should be changed – engine computers radar etc" he said Asked how much would such upgradation cost he said that would depend on what upgradation India selects "The Indian Air Force has to evaluate its strategy and then take a decision" he said The twin-jet multirole air superiority fighter Su-30 is developed by Russia’s Sukhoi and built under licence by India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) for the Indian Air Force (IAF) India has around 230 Su-30 jets which remain the frontline fighter for the IAF The upgraded Super Sukhois will include a modernized cockpit A major part of the upgrade also involves avionics and sensors The aircraft will have advanced stealth capabilities and be equipped with the Indo-Russian supersonic cruise missile BrahMos an infrared homing system new advanced avionics and active electronically scanned array By: AP | San Francisco | Updated: April 18 2017 2:50 pm The service added nearly 5 million subscribers during the first three months of the year and will end March with 987 million customers in roughly 190 countries. 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