After four days of uncertainty, the Tamil Nadu Theatre Association has called off its strike.
For a bill of Rs 15,000, the GST applicable will now be Rs 4,200, whereas it used to be Rs 3,225.
Under the new regime, five-star hotels come under the 28 per cent bracket, while three-star hotels attract 18 per cent.
With the launch of the new tax regime, Chennai’s tax consultants are gearing up for a turbulent period where the questions will increase and the answers will be hard to come by.
A host of retailers, including India’s largest hypermarket chain, Big Bazaar, are offering increased discounts to clear out old stocks ahead of the new tax regime launch.
Six advocates appointed as additional judges of the Madras High Court by the President of India last week were sworn-in at a simple function at its premises on Wednesday.
Chief Justice Indira Banerjee administered oath of office to Bhavani Subbaroyan, A D Jagdish Chandira, G R Swaminathan, Abdul Quddhose, M Dhandapani, and Daivasigamani Audikesavalu, all from the Bar.
THE land is brown, dry and dusty. Like Chandrasekaran, farmers here have their hopes pinned on rains.
Shortage of rain & resultant drought, worst in TN history, has taken a life in Agaram & made it hell for others
Tamil Nadu government will appeal against the Madras High Court order quashing the Post Graduation Medical Counselling that was conducted last month, said health minister C Vijaya Basker.
Judges rap State for arbitrarily putting areas in ‘remote or difficult’ basket to ensure govt doctors get incentive marks and corner nearly all the seats
After their eviction, Stalin and other DMK MLAs blocked roads outside the state secretariat housing the Assembly premises.
The fire at Chennai Silks in T Nagar could have been averted if the State government had implemented rules under Section 113-C of the Town and Country Planning Act,1971 to regularise or grant amnesty
What started out as a small fire in the wee hours of Wednesday spreads across the building; inaccessible roads make it difficult for officials to douse flames
Students claimed that none of their demands were met and that the administration did not even form a special committee to look into the matter.