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GST rate cut on sanitary napkin makes sense, making it tax exempt doesn't

GST rate cut on sanitary napkin makes sense, making it tax exempt doesn't

After months of outrage over not making sanitary napkins tax exempt, like bindi, sindoor, and kajal, the GST Council may finally consider tax cut on it when it meets on July 21. Here's why making it tax exempt does not make sense.

Secular countries may have more economic growth, says study
Secular countries may have more economic growth, says study

Secularisation may lead to economic development of a country when it is accompanied by a greater respect for individual rights, a study measuring the importance of religion in 109 countries has found.

Horoscope: By Peter Vidal

Today ( 19 Jul )This Week ( 15 Jul - 21 Jul )

SAGITTARIUS Your creative energy should now be at a peak, but not perhaps because the stars are all on your side. On the contrary, challenging romantic stars remind us of the cliché that all great art stems from… read more