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India’s GST promises growth, reform and opportunities

[By Milind Sathye] The passing of the India’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) constitution amendment bill through the Upper House is not only a shot in the arm for the country’s economic growth and a historical reform in its tax system, it also presents some opportunities for Australian industries. A proposal to bring more than a dozen different types of ...

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What is Twitterati saying about #CongressMPs?

With no doubt in the public’s mind that the present monsoon session will be a complete washout with zero productivity, Twittterati has taken to tweeting their displeasure about Congress MPs whom they blame for stalling Parliamentary activities. Pointblank7 presents a few choice rant tweets on #CongressMPs. This is what Congress MPs have done all monsoon : EAT. SLEEP. DISRUPT. REPEAT ! ...

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Modi jibes make #SoniaGandhi trend big on Twitter

When Sonia Gandhi gave a strong-worded speech against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Loksabha on Monday, it created a huge buzz on Twitter. #SoniaGandhi was trending in one of the top spots and Twitterati had a lot to say on this issue. Pointblank7 presents to you a few choice tweets on this hashtag. Sonia Gandhi speech (same old, ...

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Will the current political transition mark the end of “Nehruvian legacy”?

|By Tridivesh Singh Maini| Right through the 2014 Lok sabha election campaign leading upto the landslide victory for the BJP, there have been endless debates on how PM Modi will undo the ‘Nehruvian legacy’. Modi’s staunch supporters believe that he will do so by initiating big-bang economic reforms and reorienting India’s foreign policy – making it more robust, but with an ...

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PM-elect Modi’s actions, attitude bode well

|By Anuj Shrivastava| Narendra Damodardas Modi is set to become India’s 14th Prime Minister on May 26th. Modi’s extraordinary journey, one that has been highly inspiring and motivating for the youth will become part of the Gujarati folklore; achieving success through sheer grit, determination, dedication and unflinching focus while telling the story of how a boy selling tea on trains became the Prime ...

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