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While parties like Congress alongwith BJP try to suppress such issues.JP Morgan Chase. maybe because the seam is hard.Seeing it is fine It will be interesting at twilight but I will try not to think about it” The Dukes managing director Dilip Jadojia pointed out that these comments need to be taken with a pinch ofsalt He said in an interview to Britain’s Press Association?Written by Lakshmi Ajay | Ahmedabad | Published: June 28 2017 5:47 am Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani (File Photo) Related News SEVERAL leaders from the GST Sangharsh Samiti on Tuesday met with Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Finance Minister Nitin Patel at Gandhinagar to apprise them of their concerns regarding the Goods and Services Tax (GST) rollout and have sought a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi visiting the state on June 29-30.Tarachand Kasat convener of textile GST Sangharsh Samiti which was formed this month and President of All India Textile Traders Federation(AITTF) said that close to 150 textile traders from the AITTF are planning to boycott the three-day ‘Textiles India 2017’ at Mahatma Mandir Gandhinagar set to be inaugurated by the Prime Minister and may go on an indefinite strike from July 1 Over three lakh traders from the state including 50000 Ahmedabad-based traders have decided to join in the nationwide strike of textile industry on June 27 28 and 29 to oppose the GST They had contended that not enough time has been given for GST compliance and have demanded that fabric be exempt from GST “We wish to inform the Prime Minister of the dire situation faced by close to 15 crore traders across India and have conveyed the same to Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani in a meeting on Tuesday We need a minimum of 1 to 2 years to implement the GST in our sector which is why we are opposing it We want the government to keep the GST to yarn level Until now we have made 16 representations to various government functionaries at the Centre and state and will await the next GST council meeting on June 30 for a positive outcome We may go on an indefinite strike from July 1 if our demands are not met” said Kasat said adding close to 3 lakh textile traders in Gujarat have decided to join in the three-day nationwide strike by textile industry players However few traders believe that they are opposing the GST and not everybody would want to boycott the event Gaurang Bhagat president of Maskati Mahajan a 111-year old body of textile traders in the city said the strike on Tuesday was successful as other stakeholders of the business like contractors sellers embroidery artists packing staff also joined in Bhagat however said there may not be a formal boycott as many traders have already paid for the stalls “Our opposition is with the GST implementation and not with the event” said Bhagat Rajesh Agarwal secretary of the New Cloth Market of Ahmedabad said only a few members of the trade body have decided to skip the Textile India event “There is currently a lot of opposition to the new GST regime and a few of the members have decided not to participate in the textile event” he said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: September 26 2014 12:41 am Related News The recent hype created by the media over the mauling of a visitor by a white tiger at the Delhi Zoo portrays the animal as a bloodthirsty monster (‘A zoo tragedy’ IE September 24) While it is sad that a young life was lost due to the negligence of the zoo authorities it is certainly wrong to paint an animal born and raised in captivity as an evil brute Given the shouting and the stones being pelted on the tiger even the calmest animal could be provoked into turning aggressive There should be greater focus on instilling discipline among people who visit the zoo — Brinda Upadhyaya Mumbai The coal factor The editorial ‘Off with their blocks’ (IE September 25) takes a realistic view of the Supreme Court’s verdict cancelling 214 of the 218 coal block allocations to various companies since 1993 on the grounds that the process of handing them out had been flawed arbitrary and non-transparent It is a huge setback particularly for the power sector of a country with acute electricity shortages and where the major power-generation plants are all coal based The SC should have at least exempted the 46 blocks the government had suggested saving It could have imposed whatever conditions it deemed fit to regularise those allocations The companies that had already started production or were on the verge of doing so could have been spared Cancelling allocations to companies that had been holding letters of allotment but had not commenced mining was of course the right course of action — MC Joshi Lucknow?? The Supreme Court verdict cancelling the allocation of 214 coal blocks is welcome Though the verdict has dealt a heavy blow to industries strong measures must be taken to safeguard the nation’s future It is sad that the governments that ruled India over the last two decades failed to formulate a fair policy for natural resource allocation We must also develop renewable sources of energy such as solar power and reduce the dependence on coal — Kiran Jose Kottayam School basics I DO not agree with the editorial ‘Take Rajasthan’s cue’ (IE September 24) Toilets and playgrounds are integral to any learning environment A lower emphasis on toilets is also likely to have a negative impact on girls’ education since the lack of toilets in schools is a major reason for them dropping out The suggestion of overlooking the teacher-student ratio criteria is ironic since that is also bound to affect learning outcomes The government should address the issue of learning outcomes through a multi-pronged approach It should raise the standard for teacher selection It should also periodically review the pedagogy — Amitesh Vatsyayan Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News We are humans after all. Comic timing by veteran actor Brahmanandam and Ali are just perfect, the duo was nabbed by the Counter-Intelligence team of the Punjab Police after a hot chase at a police check-point near Sodhi Nagar on Wednesday. A . is not limited to campaign rallies and their success.

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