Filing of ITRs made easier
The Income Tax department has enabled online filing of income tax returns (ITRs) 1 and 4, filed by individuals, professionals and small businesses, for 2022-23 fiscal.
Filing of ITRs made easier
New Delhi: The Income Tax department has enabled online filing of income tax returns (ITRs) 1 and 4, filed by individuals, professionals and small businesses, for 2022-23 fiscal. In a tweet, the income tax department said, the software/utilities for preparing other ITRs/ Forms will be enabled shortly. "ITR 1 and 4 for A.Y. 2023-24 are enabled for filing in online mode at e-filing portal," the department said in reply to a tweet by an individual. The last date for filing Income Tax returns for fiscal 2022-23 for people who do not need to get their accounts audited is July 31. ITR-1 is filed by individuals, including salaried class and senior citizens. ITR-2 is filed by businesses and professionals who have opted for presumptive taxation and those individuals whose annual income doesn't exceed Rs 50 lakh.
Kenya gives GMP certification to Venus Remedies
Chandigarh: Pharma major Venus Remedies on Tuesday said it has secured a good manufacturing practices (GMP) certification from Kenya for all its production facilities at Baddi, in Himachal Pradesh. The Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB) of the Kenyan Health Ministry granted the certification following a rigorous audit of the company's production facilities in Baddi, a company statement said. With this, the number of international GMP certifications for Venus Remedies has gone up to 25, it said. This recognition encompasses a wide range of parenteral formulations, including pre-filled syringes, ampoules, vial liquids and lyophilised and dry powder injections, it said. Notably, the GMP certification extends to the manufacturing facilities for cephalosporins and carbapenems as dry powder injections, oral granules and liquid and lyophilised oncology products.
UPPCL now liable for service faults
Lucknow: Electricity consumers in Uttar Pradesh will now be able to legally claim compensation for a default in the delivery of services by the UP Power Corporation Ltd (UPPCL). The UPPCL has implemented the law made in this regard by the UP Electricity Regulatory Commission (UPERC) more than three years ago. "UPPCL chairman M Devraj has informed the UPERC that the corporation has implemented the compensation law through an online software in the entire state," a UPERC official said. According to the order issued by Devraj in this regard, consumers can register their complaint about a service default as well as their compensation claim on the corporation's 1912 toll-free number, in case the complaint is not resolved within the specified timeframe.