Monthly Archives: June 2017

Naavi.org to launch GST Knowledge Center

Recognizing the importance of GST in Indian economy and particularly for E Commerce, Naavi.org is launching an online education center for GST related information and discussion under the domain name www.gstlaw.ind.in. I welcome contributions from others so that it can … Continue reading

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What is the GST rate for Bitcoin?

Tomorrow is an important day in the life of the evolution of taxation system in India with the ushering in of the GST system which is termed “One Nation -One Tax” system. Unfortunately, the proposal has been diluted over the … Continue reading

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Is our GST system safe from a future Petya attack?

A day after the Petya attack, it is now recognized that those who pay ransom for Petya attack may not be able to get the decryption key and decrypt their system back to action. The attack is now being dubbed … Continue reading

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Kill this ransomware before it attacks your computer

Thanks to the recent WannaCry ransomware that attracted wide attention, security professionals seem to have moved fast and identified what is claimed as a “Vaccine” for the Petya (a new version which some have called NotPetya) ransomware which is on … Continue reading

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If Bitcoin is legalized in India, the money supply will jump up by 50%. Are we ready to take the impact?

The task force on the Bitcoin formed by the Central Government is presently battling the lobbying pressure from ZebPay and other stake holders who want Bitcoin to be legalized in India and the contrarian voices of people like the undersigned and … Continue reading

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Banking Ombudsman Scheme Amended…and scope expanded

For quite some time the RBI’s Banking Ombudsman Scheme has been defunct since the scope of the scheme has been interpreted by the Ombudsman as very limited. In most cases, Ombudsman have the habit of not only rejecting the complaints … Continue reading

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