Record GST collection of ₹ 2.10 lakh crore in April: Commercial gas cylinder became cheaper by ₹ 20, registration of 54 Go First aircraft canceled

Yesterday’s big news was related to GST. The government has collected a record Rs 2.10 lakh crore from Goods and Services Tax, i.e. GST, in April 2024. This is the highest GST collection collected in any month so far. 19 kg commercial gas cylinder has become cheaper by Rs 20. At the same time, air travel may become expensive due to increase in the price of Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF). On the other hand, if your savings account is in ICICI or Yes Bank, then now you will have to pay more charges. Before tomorrow’s big news, today’s major events to keep an eye on… Now read tomorrow’s big news… 1. Record 2.10 lakh crore GST collection in April: 12.4% increase on annual basis, highest collection before this. The government has collected a record Rs 2.10 lakh crore from Goods and Services Tax, i.e. GST, in April 2024. This is the highest GST collection collected in any month so far. The previous highest collection was Rs 1.87 lakh crore, which was done in April 2023. Gross GST collection has increased by 12.4% on an annual basis. Whereas in the last month, i.e. March 2024, GST collection was Rs 1.78 lakh crore. That is, there is an increase of 18% in the collection on month-on-month basis. The government issued refunds worth Rs 18 thousand crores. Click here to read the full news 2. Commercial gas cylinder prices reduced by Rs 20: Flight ticket prices may increase due to aviation fuel becoming expensive, 5 major changes from today New month i.e. May has brought with it many changes. . These changes will affect your life and pocket also. 19 kg commercial gas cylinder has become cheaper by Rs 20. Air travel may become expensive due to increase in the price of Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF). On the other hand, if your savings account is in ICICI or Yes Bank, then now you will have to pay more charges. Click here to read full news 3. Registration of 54 aircraft of Go First canceled: DGCA took action after the order of Delhi High Court, Go First flights are closed for one year Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Today i.e. on May 1, the registration of 54 aircraft of Go First Airline has been cancelled. On April 26, the Delhi High Court had asked for deregistration of the aircraft taken on lease by Go First within 5 working days. After this the aviation regulator has taken this action. Cash-starved budget airline Go First has been closed since May 3 last year and is going through the voluntary bankruptcy process. The airline had told last year on May 2, 2023 that it was canceling all its flights for May 3, 4 and 5. Since then, Go First has been continuously extending the date of suspending flights. Click here to read full news 4. 127 year old Godrej Group will be divided: Adi-Nadir Godrej will get the listed companies of the industries; Cousin Jamshed’s share in Godrej Group, which manufactures non-listed companies ranging from soap to lockers, is about to be divided. Godrej Family has reached an agreement to split the 127-year-old group into two parts. Under this, one share will go to Adi Godrej and his brother Nadir while the other will go to cousin Jamshed and sister Smita. Adi and Nadir own Godrej Industries, which has five listed companies. Jamshed and Smita’s stake came in the unlisted company Godrej & Boyce and the land bank along with prime properties associated with it in Mumbai. The group has informed this to the stock exchange on April 30. Click here to read full news 5. Ambuja Cement’s fourth-quarter net profit increased by 6% to ₹ 532 crore: Company’s income increased by 12%, company Ambuja Cement will give a dividend of Rs 2 per share on Wednesday (May 1). Released the results of Q4FY24 i.e. the fourth quarter of the financial year 2024. In the January-March quarter, the company’s standalone net profit increased by 5.94% year-on-year to ₹532.29 crore. Last year in the same quarter (Q4FY23), the company’s profit was ₹502.40 crore. Whereas, earlier in the third quarter the company had made a profit of Rs 513.68 crore. Ambuja Cement is India’s second largest cement manufacturer by market cap. Click here to read full news 6. Adani Wilmar’s fourth-quarter net profit increased by 59% to ₹ 156 crore: Company’s income decreased by 3%, profit decreased by 75% in the entire financial year 2024 Adani Group company Adani Wilmar Limited released the results of Q4FY24 i.e. the fourth quarter of financial year 2024 on Wednesday (May 1). The company’s standalone net profit in the January-March quarter increased by 59% year-on-year (YoY) to ₹156 crore. Last year, in the same quarter (Q4FY23), the company’s profit was ₹98 crore. However, the company saw a decline in its revenue during the March quarter. The company’s revenue fell 3% year-on-year to ₹12,703.64 crore in Q4FY24 due to decline in oil export business. Click here to read full news 7. Booking of new Maruti Suzuki Swift started: Next generation hatchback can run 40 kilometers in one liter petrol, launching on May 9. Maruti Suzuki India has started booking its most popular car Swift. This hatchback can be booked on the company’s official website or from the Arena dealership by paying a token amount of Rs 11,000. The company is going to launch the facelift version of the car in India on 9 May 2024. According to media reports, the next generation Swift will be equipped with a Z-series 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine compared to the current model. The new engine can give a mileage of about 40 kilometers per liter. Click here to read the complete news Now read the news you need… Banks will remain closed for 14 days this month: Apart from 4 Sundays and 2 Saturdays in May, there will be no work at different places for 8 days. The month of May starts from today. Already happened. There will be no work in banks for 14 days this month. Due to various reasons, banks will remain closed for 8 days at different places in the country. Apart from these, there will be holidays in banks on 4 Sundays and 2 Saturdays also. The month is starting with a holiday. Banks will remain closed in Belapur, Bengaluru, Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji, Patna and Trivandrum on 1 May due to Maharashtra Day/May Day. At the same time, due to voting for Lok Sabha elections, banks will remain closed in some states for 3 days in May. Click here to read the full news. 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