100,” Yadav said.”The customer can upload the picture of bill/cash memo in the mobile or the send the snapshot of the bill on the application. A unique ID would be generated for each bill,” Yadav.The bill should have the registration number (TIN) of the dealer, besides full name of each item purchased, apart from the rate of tax charged against each.The cash award would be transferred to the bank account of the customer directly after verification of the purchases from the seller through ward VAT inspector.The winner would be selected through a computerised lucky draw on 15th of every month using the unique IDs generated against each bill received by the department.The prize amount would be five times the value of goods purchased (excluding tax), subject to a maximum of Rs. 50,000.However, the scheme will not be applicable on the purchase of motor vehicle, petroleum product and tax invoice taxation between dealer and embassy sales..
On Tuesday, Google announced a collaboration with fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg to design eyewear for Glass. That follows an April eyewear deal with Luxottica Group, whose brands include Ray Ban and Oakley. In May, Ivy Ross, whose resume includes stints at Calvin Klein, Swatch, Coach, Bausch Lomb and the Gap, joined Google to lead its Glass effort..
After Vice President Kamala Harris received her second dose of the COVID 19 vaccine in a televised event at the National Institutes of Health in January, Rep. Joyce Beatty (D Ohio) phone lit up with calls from constituents who were “newly curious” about getting vaccinated themselves, she told The New York Times. As Beatty explained, watching a Black woman receive the vaccine “gave people hope and gave people education.” Black Americans are nearly three times more likely to die from the coronavirus, the Times notes, but they are far less likely to be inoculated, in large part because of a lack of access, but also, some experts have pointed out, because of longstanding wariness about government driven health programs.
Loud, forced, occasionally crotch grabbingly crude, “Mamma Mia!” is so fueled by the shrieking banshee vibe of a drunken hen party that it makes the cafe confabs of “Sex and the City” girls look like a meeting of the Ms. Editorial board. With Lloyd resolving every scene by raising the pitch ever more hysterically, “Mamma Mia!” quickly goes from being a sun splashed, slightly kitschy piece of escapist fluff to an all out assault.
That one reason that Sinema, Politico said in its Friday profile, is “the most influential Democrat you never hear from.” “What important is whether or not it directly related to short term COVID relief, and if it not, then I am not going to support it in this legislation,” Sinema told Politico this week. “The minimum wage provision is not appropriate for the reconciliation process. It is not a budget item.