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Andhra Pradesh City wise GST Jurisdictions

Abids
GST Jurisdiction

palakkad
GST Jurisdiction

Palghar
GST Jurisdiction

Pallavaram
GST Jurisdiction

Pallikaranai
GST Jurisdiction

Panchkula
GST Jurisdiction

parrys
GST Jurisdiction

Parwanu
GST Jurisdiction

Pathanam
GST Jurisdiction

Patna Central
GST Jurisdiction

Patna East
GST Jurisdiction

Patna West
GST Jurisdiction

Perumbavoor
GST Jurisdiction

Perungudi
GST Jurisdiction

Pithampur
GST Jurisdiction

Pollachi
GST Jurisdiction

Porur
GST Jurisdiction

Puducherry
GST Jurisdiction

Pune
GST Jurisdiction

Puranea
GST Jurisdiction

Purasawalkam
GST Jurisdiction

Raibareli
GST Jurisdiction

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Raipur
GST Jurisdiction

Rajapalayam
GST Jurisdiction

Raigarh (Maharashtra)
GST Jurisdiction

Raigarh
GST Jurisdiction

Rajmahenravam
GST Jurisdiction

Ramgarh
GST Jurisdiction

Ranchi
GST Jurisdiction

Rangareddy
GST Jurisdiction

Ranipet
GST Jurisdiction

Ratlam
GST Jurisdiction

Rewa
GST Jurisdiction

Rishikesh
GST Jurisdiction

Rohtak
GST Jurisdiction

Roorkee
GST Jurisdiction

Royapuram
GST Jurisdiction

Rudarpur
GST Jurisdiction

Sagar
GST Jurisdiction

Saharanpur
GST Jurisdiction

Salem
GST Jurisdiction

Samba
GST Jurisdiction

Sangareddy
GST Jurisdiction

Saroornagar
GST Jurisdiction

Satna
GST Jurisdiction

Secunderabad
GST Jurisdiction

Shamli
GST Jurisdiction

Shamshabad
GST Jurisdiction

Shimla
GST Jurisdiction

Shiv Mogga
GST Jurisdiction

Sholinganallur
GST Jurisdiction

Siddharth Nagar
GST Jurisdiction

Silchar
GST Jurisdiction

Sirsa
GST Jurisdiction

Sivakasi
GST Jurisdiction

Sonepat
GST Jurisdiction

South Division (Bangaluru)
GST Jurisdiction

Srinagar
GST Jurisdiction

Sriperumpudur
GST Jurisdiction

Tambaram
GST Jurisdiction

Tarnaka
GST Jurisdiction

Tejpur
GST Jurisdiction

Thane
GST Jurisdiction

Thane Rural
GST Jurisdiction

Thanjavur
GST Jurisdiction

Thiru vi ka nagar
GST Jurisdiction

Thiruvanantpuram
GST Jurisdiction

Thiruvottiyur
GST Jurisdiction

Thrissur
GST Jurisdiction

Thuraipakkam
GST Jurisdiction

Thyagayanagar
GST Jurisdiction

Tinsukla
GST Jurisdiction

Tiruchirapally
GST Jurisdiction

Tirunelveli
GST Jurisdiction

Tirupati
GST Jurisdiction

Tirupur
GST Jurisdiction

 Triplicane
GST Jurisdiction

Tuticorin
GST Jurisdiction

Amend in GST Registration

AMEND/MODIFY GST REGISTRATION

Application for Amendment in Registration Particulars (for both core and non-core) service is available on the portal now. Taxpayers who wish to change their particulars may do so now.

  • Core Fields And Non Core fields

In core fields approval of Tax official is must.
In Non core fields no approval is required and any taxpayer can edit it.

in core we can change these following feilds

  1. Addition / Deletion of Stakeholders
  2. Principal Place of Business (other than change in State) or Additional Place of Business (other than change in State)
  3. Name of the Business, (Legal Name) if there is no change in PAN

There is also some unchangeable fields like PAN , Place of business from one state to another.

HOW  I APPLY FOR CHANGE IN CORE FIELDS OF THE REGISTRATION APPLICATIONS THAT WERE SUBMITTED DURING REGISTRATION?

Amendment to These fields require approval by the Tax Officials. These fields include the following:

  • Principal place of business
  • Additional Place of Business (Other than change in State)
  • Any change in name of business (if there is no change in PAN)

Addition or deletion of Partners/ Directors  / Board of Trustees/ Chief Executive officer or equivalent etc.

To amend the information provided in the core fields during registration, you need to follow this simple steps:

  • Go To  http://www.gst.gov.in URL.
  • Login
  • Click on the Services
  • Registration 
  • Amendment of Registration Core Fields link.

As per requirement, Taxpayer can amend information in the editable fields in the tabs as mentioned below:

 

BUSINESS DETAILS TAB:

The Business Details tab is selected by default.

  1. a) Select the field which to be editing by clicking on the Edit icon black pen icon).
  2. b) Edit the details and select Date of Amendment using the calendar.
  3. c) In the Reasonsfield, enter the reason for amendment of information provided in the Core fields.
  4. d) After changes Click on the SAVE
  5. e) Once all the changes are done, click the CONTINUE button.

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS TAB:

  1. a) Scroll down the page and click the EDIT button.

The form is displayed for editing. Edit the desired fields.

  1. b) In the Reasons field, enter the reason for amendment of information.
  2. c) Select the Date of Amendment using the calendar.
  3. d) Click the SAVE

ADDITIONAL PLACE OF BUSINESS TAB:

  1. a)  Number of additional places field, enter the number of additional places for which information is to be added.
  2. b) Click the ADD NEW

The form is available for editing. Edit the desired details.

  1. b) In the Reasons field, enter the reason for amendment in information.
  2. c) Select the Date of Amendment using the calendar.
  3. d) Click the SAVE& CONTINUE
  4. e) Click the SAVE

Note: You can click the EDIT and DELETE button to edit or delete the additional place of business

PROMOTER / PARTNERS TAB:

  • View the details of Promoter or Partners, click the VIEW button.
  • Edit the details of Promoter or Partners, click the EDIT button.
  • Delete the details of Promoter or Partners, click the DELETE button.
  1. a) Click the ADD NEW button to add details of Promoter or Partners.
  2. b) Enter the details of the Promoter/Partner and upload the necessary documents required as a proof for amendment.

 

  1. c) In the Reasons field, enter the reason for amendment in information.
  2. d) Select the Date of Amendment using the calendar.
  3. e) Click the SAVE
  4. f) Once details are added, click the CONTINUE

VERIFICATION TAB:

In the Verification tab, select the Verification checkbox.

In the Name of Authorized Signatory drop-down list, select the authorized signatory.

In the Place field, enter the name of the place.

After filling the application for Amendment of Registration, you need to digitally sign the application using Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)/ E-Signature or EVC.

Once digitally signed application for amendment of registration is filed, the successful messeage shows submission of application is displayed. You will receive the acknowledgement in next 15 minutes on  registered e-mail address and mobile phone number. SMS and email will be sent to the primary authorized signatory intimating ARN and successful filing of the Form.

Note: Amendment to Core fields require approval by the Tax Official. Once the amendment application is approved or rejected, you will receive a notification through SMS and e-mail message.

 

Circular 39/2017-Customs- Customs Amendment to Custom valuation rules

To Download Circular : Click Here

 

Circular 39/2017-Customs

F. No: 466/32/2015 – Cus V
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Excise & Customs

New Delhi Dated, the 26th September 2017

To,
All Principal Chief Commissioners of Customs
All Chief Commissioners of Customs
All Principal Commissioners of Customs
All Commissioner of Customs

Sub:- Amendment to Customs Valuation Rules – Notification No. 91/2017 (NT) dated 26.9.17

The valuation of imported and export goods is governed by the provisions of Section 14 of the Customs Act, 1962 and the rules made thereunder. The Customs Valuation (Determination of Value of Imported Goods) Rules, 2007 (CVR) contain the detailed provisions for arriving at the transaction value of the imported goods, on which the customs duty is levied.

2. A need had arisen to examine certain provisions of the CVR in light of Supreme Court’s ruling in the case of M/s Wipro Ltd. Vs. Assistant Collector of Customs – 2015 (319) ELT 177 – S.C dated 16/04/2015

2.1 After examination and public consultations, the Government has amended the CVR vide Notification 91/2017 Customs (N.T) dated 26th September, 2017, as explained below:

Definition of the term ‘place of importation’

3. The term “place of importation” has been used in the CVR; however, the term was not defined. To bring in clarity, the “place of importation” has been defined as:“Place of Importation” means the customs station where the goods are brought for being cleared for home consumption or for being removed for deposit in a warehouse”

3.1 In view of the above definition, the transaction value of the imported goods in terms of section 14 of the Customs Act, 1962 would include the costs incurred up to the place of importation, as defined above.

Treatment of the loading, unloading and handling charges
4. The Hon’ble Supreme Court had ruled in the case of M/s Wipro Ltd. Vs Assistant Collector of Customs-2015 (319) ELT 177 (S.C.) dated 16/04/2015 that the landing charges to be added to the value of goods, should be based on actual charges incurred, and not a notional charge of 1% as has been provided in the Rules.

4.1 By virtue of the amendment now carried out to the CVR, 2007, the loading, unloading and handling charges associated with the delivery of the imported goods at the place of importation, shall no longer be added to the CIF value of the goods.

4.2 The phrase “loading, unloading and handling charges” appearing in the amended Rule 10 (2) (a) is to be understood in context of Article 8(2) of the WTO Agreement which reads as “the cost of transport of the imported goods tothe port or place of importation”. Thus, only charges incurred for delivery of goods “to” the place of importation (such as the loading and handling charges incurred at the load port) shall now be includible in the transaction value.

Computation of freight and insurance
5. Now, the 2nd and 4th provisos to Rule 10 (2) impart more clarity in computation of transport and insurance charges, when actuals of each individual element are not known, but the cumulative value of FOB and freight, or, FOB and insurance charges are known.

Treatment of transshipment costs

6. In the erstwhile 4th proviso to Rule 10 (2), while the transshipment charges with respect to a container being moved from port to an ICD and CFS were excluded from the transaction value of the goods, there was no mention of a similar treatment to transshipment of goods by sea or air. Now, by virtue of the 6th proviso to Rule 10 (2), costs related to transshipment of goods (from ports to ICDs; port to port, port to CFS, Airport to Airport etc.) within India will be excluded, providing uniform treatment to different modes of transshipment.

7. Difficulties, if any, faced in the implementation of this circular may be brought to the notice of the Board.

8. Hindi version follows.

Yours faithfully,

(S.Kumar)

Commissioner (Cus & EP)

K-O

Andhra Pradesh City wise GST Jurisdictions

Kadapa
GST Jurisdiction

Kakinada
GST Jurisdiction

Kakkana
GST Jurisdiction

Kannur
GST Jurisdiction

Kanpur
GST Jurisdiction

Karaikal
GST Jurisdiction

Karim nagar
GST Jurisdiction

Karur
GST Jurisdiction

Kasganj
GST Jurisdiction

Kashipur
GST Jurisdiction

Katni
GST Jurisdiction

Khamman
GST Jurisdiction

Khandwa
GST Jurisdiction

Kolhapur
GST Jurisdiction

Kollam
GST Jurisdiction

Korba
GST Jurisdiction

Kottayam
GST Jurisdiction

Kovilpatti
GST Jurisdiction

Kozhikode
GST Jurisdiction

Kukkatpaly
GST Jurisdiction

Kurnool
GST Jurisdiction

Lakshmi puram
GST Jurisdiction

 Large Business Division Karnataka
GST Jurisdiction

Lucknow
GST Jurisdiction

Madhavaram
GST Jurisdiction

Madurai
GST Jurisdiction

Mahboob nagar
GST Jurisdiction

Malkajgiri
GST Jurisdiction

mallapur
GST Jurisdiction

Mancherial
GST Jurisdiction

Mandi
GST Jurisdiction

Manglore
GST Jurisdiction

Maraimalai
GST Jurisdiction

Mathura
GST Jurisdiction

Medchal
GST Jurisdiction

Meerut
GST Jurisdiction

Mehidipatnam
GST Jurisdiction

Mirzapur
GST Jurisdiction

Moradabad
GST Jurisdiction

Mumbai Central
GST Jurisdiction

Mumbai East
GST Jurisdiction

Mumbai South
GST Jurisdiction

Mumbai West
GST Jurisdiction

Musheerabad
GST Jurisdiction

Muzaffarnagar
GST Jurisdiction

Muzaffarpur
GST Jurisdiction

Mylapore
GST Jurisdiction

Mysuru
GST Jurisdiction

Nagole
GST Jurisdiction

Nagpur
GST Jurisdiction

Nalgonda
GST Jurisdiction

Nallore
GST Jurisdiction

Nashik
GST Jurisdiction

Navi Mumbai
GST Jurisdiction

Nizamabad
GST Jurisdiction

Noida
GST Jurisdiction

North Division Karnataka
GST Jurisdiction

Nungambakkam
GST Jurisdiction

PM Modi asks officers to handhold traders grappling with GST

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the country’s top bureaucrats on Wednesday to “handhold” traders in a bid to resolve their problems relating to the goods and services tax (GST).Chairing the monthly interaction with officials, known as Pragati, Modi said chief secretaries should use the district administration to enable small traders to access and adopt the new system.”The Prime Minister said while traders across the country are positive and are accepting this new taxation arrangement, they need handholding so that their problems can be resolved,” an official statement said.

The PM reiterated that small businesses must register with the GST Network to take advantage of business opportunities.He said the common man and the trader must benefit from this path-breaking decision. The government is under attack from businesses over the rollout of GST, with several small traders finding the compliance requirement cumbersome.
What has complicated matters is that the IT backbone, GST Network, is facing trouble, with the portal crashing close to the return-filing deadline. Modi has instructed his team to work out an easier filing mechanism for small businesses whose annual turnover is less than the Rs 20-lakh threshold, but that will take some time.The difficulty in compliance is seen to be one of the reasons for the 3.6% decline in GST collections during August, which were estimated at a little over Rs 90,000 crore compared to more than Rs 94,000 crore in July. Several traders and businesses are yet to file their returns, which are still trickling in.
While reviewing projects, Modi also said while many central government departments are now using Government e-Marketplace (GeM), only 10 states have so far shown keenness in using it.

“The PM said that GeM increases the pace of procurement and boosts transparency, besides supporting enterprise at the local level. He urged all chief secretaries to explore its use to the extent possible, to minimise leakages and delays,” the PMO said.

source:http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/pm-modi-asks-officers-to-handhold-traders-grappling-with-gst/articleshow/60862597.cms

Arun Jaitley To Meet Industry, Exporters On GST Issues Today

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will meet industry representatives, including exporters today, to deliberate upon the problems being faced by them with regard to the Goods and Services Tax (GST), industry sources said yesterday.According to sources, industry representatives would raise issues such as input tax credit and also timely refund of duties paid by exporters.

Representatives who would attend the meeting include Ficci, CII, Federation of Indian Export Oragnisations (FIEO) and FISME. FIEO has time and again raised issues related to blockage of working capital and timely refunds of GST. They have also asked that export benefit scrips should be allowed to pay IGST.The countrys exports recorded a double digit growth of 10.29 per cent after a gap of three months to USD 23.81 billion in August, mainly on account of rise in shipments of chemicals, petroleum and engineering products.

source:https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/arun-jaitley-to-meet-industry-exporters-on-gst-issues-today-1756143

India Ratings cuts GDP estimate citing demonetisation, GST

India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) an arm of global rating agency Fitch has cut India’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast to 6.7% from earlier expected 7.4% in the current fiscal citing the disruptive impact of demonetisation and the new goods and services tax (GST) which will be slower than the 7.1% growth reported in fiscal 2017.
“Sucking out the high denomination currency while failing to remonetise the economy quickly has in many cases proved fatal for the unorganised sector/small and medium enterprise where business transactions are heavily cash dependent. As these enterprises have still not been able to recover fully, their pain is finding a reflection in overall economic growth,” Ind-Ra said in the note.
India’s GDP growth has been in a free fall since the first quarter of the last fiscal year. Government statistics show that growth has slumped from 7.9% in the first quarter last year to 7.5% in the second quarter to 7% in the third quarter and further to 6.1% in the fourth quarter before falling to 5.7% in the first quarter of the current fiscal year a three year low.
Ind-Ra said that the poor GDP growth in successive quarters has changed the growth prospects for fiscal 2018. “The combined effect of demonetisation and introduction of goods and services tax (GST) is proving to be more disruptive for the economy than was expected earlier. While the introduction of GST cannot be faulted on account of its eventual benefit to the economy, the same cannot be said about the impact of demonetisation.”
On November 8 last year Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of high denomination Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes with an aim to curb black money, promote digital payments and curb funding to terrorists.

These notes made up 86% of the currency in circulation and their overnight demonetisation created chaos across the country especially because supply of new notes took time.
The government also did not gain much from extinguished liabilities of these currencies as 99% of the demonetised notes were exchanged through banking channels.

Ind-Ra said that though the government has initiated crucial reforms like the insolvency and bankruptcy code, corporate debt restructuring, re-capitalisation of banks, GST, but their impact will be visible only in the medium to long term.
“Overall, the current economic landscape is not very encouraging – i) index of industrial production grew at a dismal 1.2% in July 2017, ii) bank credit is showing no signs of a pick-up, iii) consumer price index based inflation at 3.6% in August 2017 is a five-month high, iv) current account deficit at 2.4% of GDP in 1QFY18 is a four-year high,” Ind-Ra said.

Also with inflation inching up, despite the clamour for further monetary easing, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will have less elbow room to reduce policy rate further.

“Moreover, a further reduction in policy rate is unlikely to make much of a difference, particularly on the investment front, given the large idle capacities in several
manufacturing sectors.”
The space available to the government for an economic packaged is also limited because there is likely to be a shortfall in the budget and expectation of a high dividend from the RBI, money from the telecom auction and disinvestment may not match the budgeted numbers.
“Although Ind-Ra expects the direct tax mop up to exceed the budgeted figure by Rs 20,000 crore and public sector units’ dividend to be higher by Rs 10,000 crore, the revenue shortfall for the government from the budgeted figures works out to be Rs 33,500 crore. If we include Rs 10,000 crore of supplementary budget expenditure passed in the parliament so far, then the shortfall increases to Rs 43,500 crore. This will push the fiscal deficit by 26 basis points of GDP, meaning the fiscal deficit would escalate to 3.46% of GDP in FY18,” Ind-Ra.

The rating agency expects the likely fiscal stimulus by the government to push the fiscal deficit further, forcing the government to invoke the ‘escape clause’ citing ‘far-reaching structural reforms in the economy with unanticipated fiscal implications’.

source:http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/stocks/news/india-ratings-cuts-gdp-estimate-citing-demonetisation-gst/articleshow/60857634.cms

EPFO gets notice under GST

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) Intelligence unit has slapped a notice on the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) for defaulting on payment of service tax and has sought to examine the PF department’s records till 2016-17.The EPFO, however, told Revenue authorities that the PF office was exempted from paying service tax from April 2016 and hence, its services were exempt from any levy under the new indirect tax system. On July 25, the Directorate General of GST Intelligence wrote to the EPFO headquarters informing about a probe into non-payment of service tax between July 2012 and March 2016.

It had sought for overall records of all its regional and zonal offices and issued separate notices to EPFO’s different offices. “EPFO has been granted exemption from the levy of service tax…with effect from 1 April 2016. Therefore, requisition of records up to 31 March 2017 may not be justified,” the EPFO wrote in a missive to the GST Intelligence unit on September 14.

Negative list
“Similarly, the exemption has continued under GST Act, by placing EPFO in the negative list,” it added.

In its letter, it further challenged the demand for levy of service tax on statutory administration charges and interest charged by EPFO. The EPFO cited an order dated April 13 from the Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal which said that it was not liable to pay service tax on the statutory activities performed under the Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 1952.EPFO and ESIC [Employees’ State Insurance Corporation] are two important organs of the State providing social security to the working class of the country under the Ministry of Labour and Employment.

As the service tax exemption came into effect from April 2016, the Labour and Employment Ministry, which has administrative charge of the EPFO, earlier this year asked the Finance Ministry to extend the relaxation retrospectively. The ministry had argued that the EPF was a social security scheme and did not come in the category of ‘banking and financial services.’“ESIC has been granted exemption for the past period by granting exemption from retrospective effect. EPFO has also taken up the matter with Ministry of Finance on the similar lines through Ministry of Labour and Employment, which is under consideration,” the EPFO stated.

source:http://www.thehindu.com/business/Economy/epfo-gets-notice-under-gst/article19764270.ece

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Andhra Pradesh City wise GST Jurisdictions

Faizabad
GST Jurisdiction

Falaknuma
GST Jurisdiction

Faridabad
GST Jurisdiction

Farrukhabad
GST Jurisdiction

Firozabad
GST Jurisdiction

Gautam buddha nagar
GST Jurisdiction

Gaya
GST Jurisdiction

Ghaziabad
GST Jurisdiction

Giridh
GST Jurisdiction

Gorakhpur
GST Jurisdiction

Gowchibowli
GST Jurisdiction

Guindy
GST Jurisdiction

Gulbarg
GST Jurisdiction

Gummidipoondi
GST Jurisdiction

Guntur
GST Jurisdiction

Gurugram
GST Jurisdiction

Guwahati
GST Jurisdiction

Gwalior
GST Jurisdiction

Haldwani
GST Jurisdiction

Hapur
GST Jurisdiction

Haridwar
GST Jurisdiction

Hassan
GST Jurisdiction

Hathras
GST Jurisdiction

Hazaribagh
GST Jurisdiction

Himayathnagar
GST Jurisdiction

Hisar
GST Jurisdiction

Hospet
GST Jurisdiction

Hosur
GST Jurisdiction

Hubli
GST Jurisdiction

Hyderabad
GST Jurisdiction

Idduki
GST Jurisdiction

Indore
GST Jurisdiction

Irungattukottai
GST Jurisdiction

Jabalpur
GST Jurisdiction

Jammu
GST Jurisdiction

Jamshedpur
GST Jurisdiction

Jaunpur
GST Jurisdiction

Jhansi
GST Jurisdiction

Jorhat
GST Jurisdiction

A-E

Andhra Pradesh City wise GST Jurisdictions

Abids
GST Jurisdiction

Adyar
GST Jurisdiction

Agra
GST Jurisdiction

Alandar
GST Jurisdiction

Aligarh
GST Jurisdiction

Allahabad
GST Jurisdiction

Allapurzha
GST Jurisdiction

Aluva
GST Jurisdiction

Ambattur
GST Jurisdiction

Amberpet
GST Jurisdiction

Ameerpet
GST Jurisdiction

Amravati
GST Jurisdiction

Anantpur
GST Jurisdiction

Anna Nagar
GST Jurisdiction

Aurangabad
GST Jurisdiction

Azamgarh
GST Jurisdiction

Baddi
GST Jurisdiction

Banjara
GST Jurisdiction

Bannimantap
GST Jurisdiction

Bareilly
GST Jurisdiction

Begumbazar
GST Jurisdiction

Begumpet
GST Jurisdiction

Begusarai
GST Jurisdiction

Belagavi
GST Jurisdiction

Belapur
GST Jurisdiction

Bellary
GST Jurisdiction

Bhagalpur
GST Jurisdiction

Bhilai
GST Jurisdiction

Bhiwandi
GST Jurisdiction

Bhiwani
GST Jurisdiction

Bhopal
GST Jurisdiction

Bijapur
GST Jurisdiction

Bijnore
GST Jurisdiction

Bilaspur
GST Jurisdiction

Bokaro
GST Jurisdiction

Bongaigaon
GST Jurisdiction

Budaun
GST Jurisdiction

Bulandshahar
GST Jurisdiction

chalakudy
GST Jurisdiction

Charminar
GST Jurisdiction

Chennai North
GST Jurisdiction

Chennai Outer
GST Jurisdiction

Chennai South
GST Jurisdiction

Chhindwara
GST Jurisdiction

Coimbatore
GST Jurisdiction

Coonoor
GST Jurisdiction

Damoh
GST Jurisdiction

Darbhanga
GST Jurisdiction

Deharadun
GST Jurisdiction

Deogarh
GST Jurisdiction

Dewas
GST Jurisdiction

Dhanbad
GST Jurisdiction

Dharamshala
GST Jurisdiction

Dharwar
GST Jurisdiction

Dibrugarh
GST Jurisdiction

Dindigul
GST Jurisdiction

East Division Bangaluru
GST Jurisdiction

Egmore
GST Jurisdiction

Eluru
GST Jurisdiction

Ernakulam
GST Jurisdiction

Erode
GST Jurisdiction

Etah
GST Jurisdiction