Swift & economical logistic solutions: Piyush Goyal

Strengthening Automobile Sector: Railways loaded 100 pickup trucks from Hosur in Tamil Nadu to Benapole in Bangladesh

Indian Railways is at the forefront in boosting automobile exports by providing swift & economical logistic solutions.

piyush goyal – union railway minister

If 2020 was an year of health challenges, 2021 will be an year of health solutions : PM Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi lays foundation stone of AIIMS Rajkot, Gujarat :

The new year is just around the corner. The foundation stone of AIIMS in Rajkot will strengthen the health and medical education of the entire country including Gujarat.

Farewell to the year 2020 with this new National Health Facility, highlights this year’s challenges & also marks the New Year’s priority.

When there is any health injury, every aspect of life gets severely affected. Not just the family, the whole social circle is affected.

Necessary preparations are going on regarding COVID-19 vaccines in India. Efforts are being made in various stages to make the vaccine reach every corner of the country.

This last day of the year is to remember India’s millions of doctors, health warriors, sanitation workers, and front line corona warriors. I salute the companions who have given their lives on duty.

This year has shown that how effectively we can cope with the most difficult crisis when we are all united.

The year 2020 was full of transition, concerns & question marks. But 2021 is bringing hope for a cure. Every necessary preparation is going on in India regarding the vaccine.

If 2020 was an year of health challenges, 2021 will be an year of health solutions.

In the last six years, we’ve started work on 10 new AIIMS, out of which, some are already functional. Apart from AIIMS, 20 Super Speciality Hospitals are also being built in the country.

With the distribution of 44,015 smartphones on New Year’s eve, all the 1,74,015 Class XII govt. school students will become digitally equipped : Capt. Amarinder Singh

Capt. Amarinder Singh, CM, Punjab :

I am happy to announce that with the distribution of 44,015 smartphones in Phase-III on New Year’s eve, all the 1,74,015 Class XII government school students will become digitally equipped to handle the challenges of education amid the Covid pandemic.

My best wishes to them as they prepare for their Board examinations in the midst of these trying conditions

Source : Chief Minister’s Office, Punjab

Sri Sri at Sunrise

A situation that happens now becomes the cause of another situation in the future. When that next situation happens in the future, that too becomes the cause of some other situation to happen. That is why it is called as cause and the effect – Karma :
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Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor takes off with the approval of Krishnapatnam node in AP and Tumakuru node in Karnataka .

DPIIT India:

Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved projects worth Rs 7,725.05 crore under the National Industrial Corridor Programme.

Chennai Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC) takes off with the approval of Krishnapatnam node in AP (Phase I- 2500 acres) and Tumakuru node in Karnataka (Phase I-1736 acres).

Krishnapatnam node in Andhra Pradesh will be developed over an area of 2500 acres & will generate employment opportunities to nearly 1,00,000 people.

Tumakuru node in Karnataka will be developed over an area of 1736 acres & will generate employment opportunities to nearly 90,000 people.

Multi-Modal Logistics Hub (MMLH) at Dadri, Greater Noida will be one of the largest logistic hubs in the country situated bang on the interaction of Eastern & Western DFC.

Multi-Modal Logistics Hub (MMLH) at Dadri, Greater Noida will have warehousing, customs clearance, cold storage, value-added packaging, green spaces etc.

Multi-Modal Transport Hub (MMTH) at Boraki, Greater Noida will integrate ISBT, Noida Metro, DFC, Indian Railways. State of the art facility in the offering.

Multi-Modal Logistics Hub (MMLH) at Dadri & Multi-Modal Transport Hub (MMTH) at Boraki, Greater Noida will be developed over an area of 1208 acres & will generate employment opportunities to 1,00,000 people.

Krishnapatnam Industrial Area, AP shall target sectors such as food products, textile & apparel, electronics, automobile & its components, pharmaceuticals etc.

Tumakuru Industrial Area, Karnataka shall target sectors such as food products, textile & apparel, electronics, automobile, chemical, general engineering, logistics etc.

It has been decided to provide further time to the taxpayers for furnishing of Income Tax Returns: Ministry of Finance

The Government has also extended the due date of furnishing of annual return under section 44 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 for the financial year 2019-20 from 31st December, 2020 to 28th February, 2021.

Ministry of Finance:

Considering the problems being faced by the taxpayers, it has been decided to provide further time to the taxpayers for furnishing of Income Tax Returns, tax audit reports and declaration under Vivad Se Vishwas Scheme.

Further, in order to provide more time to taxpayers to comply under various ongoing proceedings, the dates of completion of proceedings under various Direct Taxes & Benami Acts have also been extended. These extensions are as under:

The due date for furnishing of Income Tax Returns for the Assessment Year 2020-21 for the taxpayers (including their partners) who are required to get their accounts audited and companies [for whom the due date, as per the provisions of section 139(1) of the Income-tax Act,1961, was 31s October, 2020 and which was extended to 30th November, 2020 and then to 31st January, 2021] has been further extended to 15th February, 2021.

The due date for furnishing of Income Tax Returns for the Assessment Year 2020-21 for the taxpayers who are required to furnish report in respect of international/specified domestic transactions [for whom the due date, as per the provisions of section 139(1) of the Income-tax Act,1961, was 30th November, 2020 and which was extended to 31st January, 2021] has been further extended to 15th February, 2021.

The due date for furnishing of Income Tax Returns for the Assessment Year 2020-21 for the other taxpayers [for whom the due date, as per the provisions of section 139(1) of the Income-tax Act, 1961, was 31st July, 2020 and which was extended to 30th November, 2020 and then to 31st December, 2020] has been further extended to 10th January, 2021.

The date for furnishing of various audit reports under the Act including tax audit report and report in respect of international/specified domestic transaction for the Assessment Year 2020-21 has been further extended to 15th January, 2021.

The last date for making a declaration under Vivad Se Vishwas Scheme has been extended to 31st January, 2021 from 31st December, 2020.

The date for passing of orders under Vivad Se Vishwas Scheme, which are required to be passed by 30th January, 2021 has been extended to 31st January, 2021.

The date for passing of order or issuance of notice by the authorities under the Direct Taxes & Benami Acts which are required to be passed/ issued/ made by 30th March, 2021 has also been extended to 31st March, 2021.

Further, in order to provide relief for the third time to small and middle class taxpayers in the matter of payment of self-assessment tax, the due date for payment of self-assessment tax date is hereby again being extended.

Accordingly, the due date for payment of self-assessment tax for taxpayers whose self-assessment tax liability is up to Rs. 1 lakh has been extended to 15th February, 2021 for the taxpayers mentioned in para 4(a) and para 4(b) and to 10th January, 2021 for the taxpayers mentioned in para 4(c).

The Government has also extended the due date of furnishing of annual return under section 44 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 for the financial year 2019-20 from 31st December, 2020 to 28th February, 2021.

The necessary notifications in this regard shall be issued in due course.

Sarbananda Sonowal

‚āĻ 539.05 has been sanctioned to provide modern irrigation facilities to 3 lakh bigha agricultural land: Sarbananda Sonowal

Sarbananda Sonowal – Chief Minister, Assam:

Taking a giant leap towards fulfilling the great vision of PM Shri Narendra Modi Ji — doubling farmers’ income by 2022, ceremonially started the distribution of Pumps to farmers under Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY) at Amingaon.

Under the scheme, 9,699 pumps will be distributed, benefitting 35,793 farmers of Assam for which ‚āĻ 539.05 crore has been sanctioned.

These pumping systems will play a vital role in providing modern irrigation to 3 lakh bigha agricultural land, thus increasing productivity.

Modern agriculture requires irrigation solutions for optimum use of water resources.

Our Govt has been constantly working on empowering the farmers with state-of-the-art equipments & latest technology to leverage full potential of agriculture to transform rural areas.

Take a look at the new Vistadome coaches of Indian Railways: Piyush Goyal

Piyush Goyal – Union Minister:

It is rightly said, “Journey is best measured in terms of memories rather than miles.”

Take a look at the new Vistadome coaches of Indian Railways that will give an unforgettable travel experience to passengers & will ensure that they truly have a journey to remember.

Sharing some memories… : PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi:

30th December 1943… a day etched in the memory of every Indian, when the brave Netaji Subhas Bose unfurled the Tricolour at Port Blair.

To mark the 75th anniversary of this special day, I had gone to Port Blair and had the honour of hoisting the Tricolour.

Sharing some memories.

The largest peaceful agitation of farmers has won India’s heart : Harsimrat Kaur Badal

Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Former Union Cabinet Minister of Food Processing :

People’s will is supreme in democracy PM Narendra Modi ji. Please don’t prolong suffering of 1000s sitting in cold at your doorstep to repeal 3 Agri laws.

This could have been averted if you had listened to my requests of June 3, 5 & Sept 14 warning you about repercussions of passing hated laws.

The largest peaceful agitation of farmers has won India’s heart and become example for the world.

Our farmers are on the cusp of victory. I appeal to them-hold direct talks with PM to get these agri laws repealed. They shouldn’t fall into trap of extended meetings which yield nothing.