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Adani group shuts logistics park in Punjab due to seven-month blockade by farmer protesters, buys land in UP for data centre

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Manasa Maddila, Mumbai Uncensored:

Adani Logistics Ltd has chosen to close its inland compartment stop (ICD) at Kilaraipur in Ludhiana after it stayed obstructed by rancher dissenters for a very long time. The organization took the choice get-togethers Punjab government neglected to eliminate the barricade regardless of a high court request. This choice has implied that around 400 individuals will lose their positions, and around 1000 additional individuals will be affected who were related with the office in a roundabout way. 


Spread more than 80 sections of land, the Multi-Model Logistics Park was set up by the Adani Group in 2017 to work with the businesses in and around Ludhiana by giving them administrations of import and fare of load through rail and street. The coordinations park likewise has a rail connect for this reason. 
Be that as it may, the recreation center must be kept shut as its principle entryway was hindered by the counter ranch law nonconformists in January this year. Aside from sitting on a dissent outside the fundamental entryway, the dissidents additionally left a heavy transport before the door, forestalling the development of vehicles through the door. The nonconformists are additionally not permitting the workers of the office to enter the premises. 


Subsequent to enlisting protests with the police and moving toward the state government had yielded no outcome, the Adani bunch had documented a writ appeal at the Punjab and Haryana High Court in March 2021 looking for headings to the state specialists to empty the barricade. The High Court had taught the state govt to determine the issue and to document status reports, however didn’t give any immediate request to eliminate the bars. 


In the wake of hanging tight for a very long time, the organization at last concluded that it can at this point don’t continue to pay compensations and different costs for a shut office with no affirmation on when it very well may be re-opened. The organization said that it can at this point don’t support misfortunes on the office, and educated that it is shutting the Multi-Modal Logistics Park. 


“As the state organization couldn’t eliminate the bar and permit the ICD to proceed with activities, the Adani Group has chosen to close the business activity at ICD Kilaraipur as it can’t support misfortunes and keep on paying wages to workers any more,” a source in the organization said. “Attributable to the bar, the ICD business has arrived at a total stop. Regardless of this, the Group has persistently paid full wages to its staff and installments to merchants with the expectation that the High Court and the State of Punjab will make a move for evacuation of the bar,” the source added. 
As per reports, the organization has effectively taken out its signage from the primary door of the office, and has given pink slips to the workers. 


Aside from the deficiency of occupations, the conclusion of the coordinations terminal will likewise bring about a misfortune to the exchequer as Railway Haulage, GST, Customs Duties and other assessments to the tune of Rs.700 Crores. It is additionally assessed that the general effect on the economy will be around Rs7,000 crore after the conclusion. 


It is striking that since the time the rancher fights started, the dissenters are likewise attempting to hurt the organizations run by industrialists Gautam Adani and Mukesh Ambani. As the Congress accepts these two industrialists to be nearer to PM Narendra Modi, the ‘ranchers’ have decided to target them, uncovering the political idea of the fights.


Adani Group buys land in Noida for server farm:
Curiously, simply a day prior Adani Logistics Ltd chose to close its Ludhiana coordinations park because of the bar by the dissidents, Adani Enterprises had bought a plot of land in Noida, UP, to set up a server farm. The organization was apportioned more than 34,000 square meter land by the Noida Authority on Wednesday, where the organization will contribute around Rs.2400 crore for the forthcoming server farm. 
The organization said that it has acquired land in Noida to set up “perhaps the biggest datum habitats” in the country. A Noida authority official said that the venture would produce 1,350 business openings and get an income of Rs.103.41 crore to the Authority. Adani Enterprises said its situation as the biggest sustainable force major part in the nation, just as its admittance to a few undersea links across the coastline through their port areas, places it in a solid situation in the server farm market. 


Recently, Adani Group had shaped a joint endeavor with US-based EdgeConneX to fabricate hyper-scale server farm parks in the six urban areas. The two organizations have shaped a 50:50 joint endeavor organization named AdaniConneX JV. The organization intends to fabricate server farms in Chennai, Navi Mumbai, Noida, Vizag and Hyderabad.

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सर्वसामांन्याचे बजेट कोलमडणार, जीवनावश्यक वस्तूंवर ५ टक्के GST लागू

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Kalyani Gilbile, Mumbai Uncensored, 20th July 2022:

आजपासून जीवनावश्यक वस्तूंवर ५% जीएसटी लागू करण्याच्या सरकारच्या निर्णयांमुळे सर्वसामान्यांच्या खिशाला कात्री लागणार आहे. आधीच सर्वसामान्य माणूस महागाईने त्रस्त आहे, त्यात जीएसटी परिषदेने दैनंदिन जीवनात वापरल्या जाणाऱ्या अनेक वस्तूंवरील कर दर वाढवण्याचा निर्णय घेऊन सर्वसामान्यांच्या घरखर्चाचे गणित पूर्णपणे विघडवले आहे.

सीलबंद दही-दुधाला जीएसटीच्या अंतर्गत आणण्याचा निर्णय अर्थमंत्री निर्मला सीतारामन यांच्या अध्यक्षतेखाली झालेल्या जीएसटी परिषदेत घेण्यात आला होता, त्यानंतर या गोष्टीवर 5 % जीएसटी लागू करण्याचा निर्णय घेण्यात आला.

कोणत्या गोष्टी महागणार – 

तृणधान्ये, डाळींपासून ते दही, लस्सी, पनीर, गूळ, चिरमुरे, खांडसरी साखर अशा ब्रँड नसलेल्या खाद्यपदार्थांवर आता कर प्रणाली अंतर्गत कर ५% आकारला जाईल. याआधी केवळ ब्रँडेड वस्तूंवरच शुल्क आकारले जात होते.

सध्या शाई (प्रिटिंग व चित्रकलेसाठी वापरली जाणारी), चाकू, एलईडी दिवे, चित्रकलेचे साहित्य, पेन्सिल शार्पनर्स या वस्तूंवरील जीएसटी आता १२ % वरून १८ % झाली आहे. तसेच, सोलर वॉटर हिटरवर आता ५ % वरून १२ % जीएसटी आकारला जाणार आहे.   

त्याचवेळी रुग्णालयातील अतिदक्षता नसलेल्या खोल्यांचे एका दिवसांचे भाडे ५००० रुपयांपेक्षा अधिक असल्यास त्यावर ५ % जीएसटी लागू होणार आहे.

कोणत्या गोष्टी स्वस्त होणार –

ऑस्टोमी प्रकारच्या शस्त्रक्रियेच्या उपकरणांवरील जीएसटी १२ % वरून ५ % करण्यात येणार आहे.

ट्रक/मालवाहतूक भाड्याने जेथे इंधन खर्च समाविष्ट असेल तेथे 18% ऐवजी 12% इतका जीएसटी  कमी होईल.

विमानाने इकॉनॉमी क्लासमधून बागडोगरा ते ईशान्येकडील राज्यांच्या हवाई प्रवासावर जीएसटी माफ करण्यात आला आहे. तसेच, बॅटरीसह किंवा त्याशिवाय इलेक्ट्रिक वाहनांवर 5% जीएसटी आकारण्यात येणार आहे.

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Open Network for digital commerce

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How ONDC aims to change the Indian e-commerce industry.

Khushi Shah – Mumbai Uncensored, 3rd June 2022

The lockdown brought about a dramatic growth of e-commerce in the past few years, which has hampered the business of physical retailers.With super high class companies who have invested billions of dollars in research and development in India we have been going through the abuse of ‘aggregator superpower’ a monopolising model of e-commerce. Allegations by CAIT and others have ranged from predatory pricing and prioritising certain sellers to the foreign ownership of Amazon and Flipkart. 

An attempt by the Indian government is being made to break down giant monopolies like amazon, flip kart, swiggy and so on with the introduction of ONDC which is supposed to be as revolutionary as UPI itself. It will not just be limited to products but also to services such as mobility, grocery, food order and delivery, hotel booking and travel, and many others. 

ONDC is an open technology network based on open protocol which is expected to digitise the entire value chain, standardise operations, promote inclusion of suppliers, derive efficiencies in logistics and enhance value for consumers.

 The official government note was circumspect. “ONDC is a globally first-of-its-kind initiative that aims to democratise digital commerce, moving it from a platform-centric model to an open network,” it said. “[It] will enable buyers and sellers to be digitally visible and transact through an open network. No matter what platform or application they use.”

E-commerce is a complex business where every business has its unique supply chain and processes and standardisation is a challenge. It would require reconfiguration, including a complete revamp of their systems and losing advantages like control over the user interface and consumer behaviour insights. For the government however it will provide better control over what is sold and bought. In UPI, a recent government stipulation set a market share limit of 40 per cent for any service provider, which immediately dampens the growth of a market leader PhonePe which is owned by Walmart outside India.

In a marketplace-centric model, a buyer first selects a platform and then searches for a product there where then platform acts as an intermediary for the buyer and seller. In the new model, the buyer will search for the product first and then pick the right seller offering that item. The platform the seller is on becomes secondary. It aims at promoting open networks developed on open-sourced methodology, using open specifications and open network protocols independent of any specific platform. This provides all the small and medium fishes in the ocean with an opportunity to grow big, and simultaneously give a boost to Make in India.

“It’s (Open Network for Digital Commerce) an idea whose time has come. We owe it to the millions of small sellers to show an easy way to participate in the new high-growth area of digital commerce,” Nilekani, the co-founder and non-executive chairman of Infosys, himself supported this platform. 

This makes it the most potent weapon the ruling dispensation has yet unleashed on India’s e-commerce duopoly.

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Pet breeders stand to lose license if unregistered

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Khushi Shah – Mumbai Uncensored, 24th May 2022

More than three years after the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Pet Shop) Rules, 2018, making it mandatory for pet shops to be registered with the respective State Animal Welfare Board (SAWB) companies still go one to flout laws.

On June 13, 2021 Corporation officials said they are now keeping a close eye on the pet trade and are ready to seize the shops if the owners do not get valid registration and trade licences.

As per the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Pet Shop) Rules, 2018, no person should sell or trade in pet animals, whether retail or wholesale, or establish operate a pet shop, or any other establishment engaged in sale, purchase or exchange of pets without obtaining a certificate of registration from the State Animal Welfare Board (AWB).

On 26th august 2021 the petitioner’s counsel Sanjukta Dey told the bench that she had visited shops in Crawford Market and Kurla as recently as three days ago and found violations of the earlier high court order, which had directed immediate closure of such illegal shops. The shops require permission from the State Animal Welfare Board and they had seen puppies being drugged and animals kept out in the sun or out in the rain with no food or water. Due to the continued lack of regulation, illegal pet shops have mushroomed all over the city. It is alleged that such establishments are keeping animals domesticated as well as wildlife from India and abroad in “utterly unhygienic conditions” and the life and liberty of thousands of animals are at stake as they languish and die in miserable conditions in unlicensed and unregulated pet shops. They are also often taken away from mothers a a young age.

May 23 (PTI) The Delhi High Court on Monday sought the Delhi government’s stand on a public interest litigation seeking directions on dealing with unregulated, unlicensed and illegal pet shops operating in the city.

“The non-implementation of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Pet Shop) Rules, 2018 is a complete dereliction of duty by the respondents (authorities), and by doing so, the respondents’ actions are affecting animal welfare negatively and preventing the compliance of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 and the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972,” the petition filed through lawyers Supriya Juneja and Aditya Singla said.

Many pet shops and breeders operating in Mumbai are not licensed and the state urges pet owners to bring home pets only from licensed breeders.

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