The advent of the GST regime in India has given rise to a number of queries, especially in the mind of the average person. GST CONCEPTS FOR THE LAYMAN intends to give an honest and simple overview of the Goods and Services Tax and its various facets. It explains how GST is a single tax on the supply of goods and services, which starts with the manufacturer, right down to the consumer. Essentially, GST is a tax on value addition at each stage. Chartered Accountant turned Advocate Avinash Poddar highlights the perceptions and expectations of the nation, that GST will embody the concept of “one nation, one tax.” With his vast knowledge of the taxation system in India, Poddar examines GST from the point of view of the average Indian.
What do you want in life? If you think about it, no matter how you answered that question, chances are you wouldn't be able to achieve anything without your health. Eric Steven Yudelove has been studying Taoist practices for over 30 years. Now he shares how you can use these ancient techniques for better health, increased longevity and incredible sex in "100 Days to Better Health, Good Sex & Long Life. "Note that this takes only 100 days. That means you need to spend only 15 minutes a day for a mere 14 weeks to make dramatic changes in your life. And you're worth it! "100 Days to Better Health, Good Sex & Long Life" is a complete course in Taoist Yoga and the movement of the energy ("Chi") of the body using the techniques known as "Chi" "Kung." These simple exercises, available for the first time to most Westerners, are as powerful as they are ancient.
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Betsy ripped. Rip, rip. Seven rich, crimson strips. Inch by inch, bit by bit, Betsy Ross clips, dips, and stitches the first American flag. Based on a sketch Betsy's friend George Washington gave her in 1776, the flag had thirteen stripes and thirteen stars, which Betsy showed George how to make with a single clip of her scissors. Included activity shows children how to make their own Betsy Ross star.
One of Cali's bestie friends, Lyvia, is feeling pretty icky.
Lyvia had to get glasses, and she is sure the glasses make her look yucky. Lyvia does not even want to wear them, but Cali has a better idea, and a great on to teach her bestie: you are be-u-tee-full for simply being you.
The twentieth century was astonishing in all regards, shaking the foundations of practically every aspect of human life and thought, physics not least of all. Beginning with the publication of Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, through the wild revolution of quantum mechanics, and up until the physics of the modern day (including the astonishing revelation, in 1998, that the Universe is not only expanding, but doing so at an ever-quickening pace), much of what physicists have seen in our Universe suggests that much of our Universe is unseen—that we live in a dark cosmos. Everyone knows that there are things no one can see—the air you're breathing, for example, or, to be more exotic, a black hole. But what everyone does not know is that what we can see—a book, a cat, or our planet—makes up only 5 percent of the Universe. The rest—fully 95 percent—is totally invisible to us; its presence discernible only by the weak effects it has on visible matter around it. This invisible stuff comes in two varieties—dark matter and dark energy. One holds the Universe together, while the other tears it apart. What these forces really are has been a mystery for as long as anyone has suspected they were there, but the latest discoveries of experimental physics have brought us closer to that knowledge. Particle physicist Dan Hooper takes his readers, with wit, grace, and a keen knack for explaining the toughest ideas science has to offer, on a quest few would have ever expected: to discover what makes up our dark cosmos.