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Central Board of Excise & Customs extends the date of submission of the Form ST-3 for the period from 1st April 2014 to 30th September 2014, from 25th October, 2014 to 14th November, 2014. Continue reading | Conditions for export of Dried Silk Worm Pupae to EU have been notified. Continue reading | Where for purpose of export, assessee hired vessel owned by a UAE company which operated only in international traffic/waters between India and Maldives, in view of Indo-UAE DTAA, hire charges paid to UAE company had to be taxed only in UAE Continue reading | Determination of place of removal - CBEC issues guidelines Continue reading | Approval of long term bonds and rate of interest for the purpose of Section 194LC of the Income-tax Act, 1961 Continue reading | Govt hikes tariff value of gold and reduces the same for RBD Palmolein Continue reading | Exchange Rate for the purpose of import and export with effect from  17th October, 2014 Continue reading | Export warehousing - Extension of facility at Bhuj Taluka  in Kutch District in the state of Gujarat Continue reading | Amendment of Notification No. 27/2014 - Central Excise (NT) dated 16.09.2014 Continue reading | Levy of service tax on activities involved in relation to inward remittances from abroad to beneficiaries in India through MTSOs Continue reading |
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Category Archives: Schedules

Hariyana Schedules

GOODS taxable at 12%

(See sub-clause (iv) of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 7)
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Schedule G

Levy of Tax on Retail Price/Face Continue reading

Schedule F

Goods referred to in proviso to section 3(3) as liable to purchase tax when exported out of India Continue reading

Schedule E

Goods not eligible for Input Tax Credit Continue reading

Schedule D

Goods of any description sold to the Government subject to tax calculated at the rate mentioned against such goods, otherwise, calculated at four per cent
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Goods Taxable at 4% Continue reading


Exempted Goods
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Schedule A

Goods taxable at the rates specified in the goods
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Goods taxable at the rates specified in the goods Continue reading


Exempted Goods Continue reading

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