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Goods and Service Tax in India

Question 1.What is GST? How does it work? Answer: GST is one indirect tax for the whole nation, which will make India one unified common market.  GST is a single tax on the supply of goods and services, right from the manufacturer to the consumer. Credits of input taxes paid at each stage will be available in the subsequent stage of value addition, which makes GST essentially a tax only on value addition at each stage. The final consumer will thus bear only the GST charged by the last dealer in the supply chain, with set-off benefits at all the previous stages.  Question 2. What are the benefits of GST?  Answer:The benefits of GST can be summarized as under: For business and industry  Easy compliance: A robust and comprehensive IT system would be the foundation of the GST regime in India. Therefore, all tax payer services such as registrations, returns, payments, etc. would be available to the taxpayers online, which would make compliance easy and transparent. Uniformity of tax rates and structures: GST will ensure that indirect tax rates and structures are common across the country, thereby increasing certainty and ease of doing business. In other words, GST would make doing business in the country tax neutral, irrespective of the choice of place of doing business.  Removal of cascading: A system of seamless tax-credits throughout the value-chain, and across boundaries of States, would ensure that there is minimal cascading of taxes. This would reduce hidden costs of doing business.  Improved competitiveness: Reduction in transaction costs of doing business would eventually lead to an improved competitiveness for the trade and industry. Gain to manufacturers and exporters: The subsuming of major Central and State taxes in GST, complete and comprehensive set-off of input goods and services and phasing out of Central Sales Tax (CST) would reduce the cost of locally manufactured goods and services. This will increase the competitiveness of Indian goods and services in the international market and give boost to Indian exports. The uniformity in tax rates and procedures across the country will also go a long way in reducing the compliance cost. For Central and State Governments  Simple and easy to administer: Multiple indirect taxes at the Central and State levels are being replaced by GST. Backed with a robust end-to-end IT system, GST would be simpler and easier to administer than all other indirect taxes of the Centre and
Top 10 Best Coffee Brands in India 2017 Coffee is one of the favorite and temping beverages for many of us. Its rich aroma will always attract the people. India is now considered as the home of coffee, where we can see 16 varieties of coffee is grown in 13 distinct widespread regions. Here we are introducing top ten best coffee brands in India 2017. These companies are top leading in Indian market. All the companies are ensuring quality and taste of their products. If you are looking for a best coffee brand in India, check out our list. We hope that our list will help you to choose a right one. 1.Nescafe:- Nescafe is most famous and also one of the oldest coffee brand in India. It has a strong hold over the Indian market. This brand is renowned for its rich taste and aroma. It was introduced in 1938 in Switzerland. This brand belongs to Nestle India Limited. This coffee brand has lot of manufacturing units and coffee machines set up at across the country. It marketing around 700 million cups of coffee every day. 2.Tata coffee:- Tata is one of the largest sellers of coffee powder in India, which has around 19 coffee estates in the southern parts of India. This brand is renowned for its best quality and taste. The Tata is known as the largest coffee manufacturer and exporter in the country. It has got numerous awards and recognition. 3. Bru:- Bru is known as one of the favorite coffee brand in India, which was introduced by Hindustan Unilever Limited in 1969. It holds about 49.6% of the market share in India. This brand is considered as a second best selling, right after Nescafe. Bru is coming under the banner of Brooke Bond Green Label. BRU instant coffee, BRU Exotic, BRU Gold, BRU Select, BRU Roast and Ground etc are the variants of BRU coffee. 4. Davidoff:- Davidoff is known as one of the luxury coffee brands having international fame and recognition. This coffee is made up of 100% Arabica beans, which are considered as the best coffee beans in the world. Its coffee sprouting up from a well-balanced climate. Davidoff provides a wide variety of flavors. 5. Narasu’s Coffee:- Narasu’s Coffee is known as one of the leading coffee brands in India, which was launched in the year 1926. This company used modern technologies. Tea, chicory, instant coffee powders, filter coffee Powders are manufactured by this brand. The company has coffee estates in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Narasu’s Coffee
Sugar Apple: Sugar Apple is a "Sweetsop". It is most widely cultivated of all the species of Annona, being grown widely throughout the tropicals and warmer subtropicals. It is a deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub or small tree with size of 8 m tall. The leaves are looks like simple, oblong-lanceolate, 7-12 cm long and 3-4 cm broad in length. The flowers are formed in clusters of 3-4, each flower, with six petals, yellow-green spotted purple at the bottom. Taste- The fruit is generally looks like a round in shape, a little pine cone-like 2.4-3.9 in diameter. There are variations in shape and size. The fleshy fruit is very sweet to taste, white to light yellow, and resembles and tastes like custard. The edible portion coats of the seeds of this fruit generously like a gooey portion of a tomato seeds. Sugar-apple has a very discrete, sweet-smelling fragrance. It is a little grainy, a bit oily, very sweet and very soft.   Look-The Sugar-apple, also called bullock's heart or bull's heart, is the fruit that tree is a family of Annon reticulata". This tree is a small deciduous or semi-evergreen tree sometimes it will reaches a high of 10 mtrs in tall and a native of the tropical that prefers low elevations, and a warm, humid climate.The fruits are always variable in shape, oblong, or irregular. The size ranges from 7 cm to 12 cm. When ripen the fruit it will become a brown or yellowish, with red highlights and a varying degree of reticulation, depending on variety. The flavor is sweet and pleasant. Scientific Name:Annona reticulata  Sugar Apple Tree  However, home landscape trees may be found by the side of the southeastern shore of Lake and in warm, protected locations beside the lower east and west coasts. Sugar apples are a common fruit tree in the home landscape throughout the tropicals and have been widely planted in south Florida. Small, open, spreading to upright tree with long, small branches trees are rarely exceed 15 to 20 ft in height and spread. Trees are deciduous; however, From the severity of cool winter temperatures, the rate of dropping leaves are calculated and leaf disease pressure, which is irritated by late summer-fall rainfall. Flowers appear during mid or late of the spring season as trees flush in new vegetative growth. Flowers are small, about 1 inch long, produced singly or in clusters of 2 to 4

List of Indian timber tress

There are over 150 species of timber which are produced in India. Following are the chief varieties of timber (trees)which are used for engineering purposes in India: Common name Binomial nomenclature Colour Density ¹ Location Characteristics, Usage and Status Aini or Aangili Artocarpus hirsutus Yellowish brown 595 kg/m3 1,003 lb/cu yd Maharashtra,Andhra Pradesh,Tamil Nadu,Karnataka,Kerala Elastic, close-grained, and strong. It takes polish. It can be used underwater. It is used for ordinary building construction, structural work, paving, furniture and so forth. Arjun Terminalia arjunaTerminalia elliptica Dark brown 870 kg/m3 1,470 lb/cu yd Central India It is heavy and strong. It has such uses as beams,rafters, and posts. Axlewood Anogeissus latifolia 930 kg/m3 1,570 lb/cu yd Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra,Madhya Pradesh, Bihar,Uttar Pradesh It is very strong, hard and tough. It takes a smooth finish. It is subject to cracking. Babul Acacia niloticasubsp. indica Whitish red 835 kg/m3 1,407 lb/cu yd Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka,Bengal, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh It is strong, hard and tough and it takes up a good polish. It is used for such products as bodies and wheels ofbullock cart, agricultural instruments, tool handles, and well curbs. Bakul Mimusops elengiMimusops parvifolia Reddish brown 880 kg/m3 1,480 lb/cu yd Some parts of North India It is close-grained and tough. It is used for makingcabinets. Bamboo FamilyPoaceae, tribe Bambuseae Throughout India, especiallyAssam and Bengal Not actually a tree, but a woody grass, it is flexible, very strong and durable. It is used for scaffoldings, thatched roofs, rafters, temporary bridges, and so forth. Banyan Ficus benghalensis Brown 580 kg/m3 980 lb/cu yd Throughout India It is strong and durable only under water. The aerial roots are utilized for such items as tent poles and well curbs. Benteak Lagerstoemia parviflora 675 kg/m3 1,138 lb/cu yd Kerala, Madras, Maharashtra, Karnataka It is strong and takes up a smooth surface. It may be used for building constructions, boat building and furniture. Bijasal Pterocarpus marsupium Light brown 800 kg/m3 1,300 lb/cu yd Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Orissa It is coarse-grained, durable and strong but difficult to work. Termites (also known as white ant) do not easily attack it. It is used for ordinary building construction and for cart wheels. Vulnerable Casuarina Casuarinaspp. Reddish brown 765 kg/m3 1,289 lb/cu yd Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu It grows straight. It is strong and fibrous. It is, however, badly twisted. It is often used for scaffolding and posts for temporary structures. Coconut Cocos nucifera Reddish brown Throughout coastal India Takes polish. Requires preservative treatment. Used as poles, piles, furniture and as formwork in concrete construction. Deodar Cedrus deodara Yellowish brown 560 kg/m3 940 lb/cu yd Himalayas,Punjab, Uttar Pradesh Deodar is the most
Rubber is one of the most important products to come out of the rainforest. Though indigenous rainforest dwellers of South America have been using rubber for generations, it was not until 1839 that rubber had its first practical application in the industrial world. In that year, Charles Goodyear accidentally dropped rubber and sulfur on a hot stovetop, causing it to char like leather yet remain plastic and elastic. Vulcanization, a refined version of this process, transformed the white sap from the bark of the Hevea tree into an essential product for the industrial age. With the invention of the automobile in the late 19th century, the rubber boom began. As demand for rubber soared, small dumpy river towns like Manaus, Brazil, were transformed overnight into bustling centers of commerce. Manaus, situated on the Amazon where it is met by the Rio Negro, became the opulent heart of the rubber trade. Within a few short years Manaus had Brazil's first telephone system, 16 miles of streetcar tracks, and an electric grid for a city of a million, though it had a population of only 40,000. Vast fortunes were made by individuals, and "flaunting wealth became sport. Rubber barons lit cigars with $100 bank notes and slaked the thirst of their horses with silver buckets of chilled French champagne. Their wives, disdainful of the muddy waters of the Amazon, sent linens to Portugal to be laundered...They ate food imported from Europe...[and] in the wake of opulent dinners, some costing as much as $100,000, men retired to any one of a dozen elegant bordellos." The citizens of Manaus "were the highest per capita consumers of diamonds in the world." Rubber plantation, Thailand Rubber plantation, Thailand Rubber tapper, Thailand Rubber tapper, Thailand Rubber collection, Thailand The opulence of the rubber barons could only be exceeded by their brutality. Wild Hevea trees, like all primary rainforest trees, are widely dispersed, an adaptation that protects species from the South American leaf blight which easily spreads through and decimates plantations. Thus, to make a profit, the barons had to acquire control over huge tracts of land. Most did so by by hiring their own private armies to defend their claims, acquire new land, and capture native laborers. Labor was always a problem, so barons got creative. One baron created a stud farm, enslaving 600 Indian women whom he bred like cattle. Other barons like Julio Cesar Arana