The pandemic put the government’s revenues in a tight squeeze.
The fight to overturn the situation may bring in other irritants. Uddalok Bhattacharya sums up
Once the pandemic is over, there needs to be a concerted fight against the crisis of revenues by both the Union and the states. Ashok Lahiri examines the issues
A K Bhattacharya writes: With the Centre increasing reliance on tax revenue from oil, the inclusion of petrol and diesel under GST can be problematic
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