The Vaccine Racket

Today we are officially releasing our Vaccine Racket Infographic which details the financial connections behind the criminally-run vaccine industry. (Tweet #VaccineRacket)

Click here for a full-sized version of the infographic.

The infographic documents the nefarious players of the vaccine industry: the mainstream media, the CDC, deceitful vaccine propagandists like Paul Offit, the secretive vaccine court, the cover-up of vaccine-injured children, mainstream media propaganda that programs the public to worship vaccines, and much more.

I first sketched out this Vaccine Racket Infographic after observing the behavior of all the key players in the contrived Disneyland measles outbreak, which was used as a public panic springboard to launch a series of government-enforced vaccine mandate legislation efforts across the country. Every player in the vaccine racket played its role in that “medical theater” episode, displaying uncanny coordination and a well-funded ability to gin up the kind of fear mongering that’s only pursued when corporate profits are at stake. This is a truly large scale organized event, blogged about on:

Here’s a scaled-down edition of the infographic. Click it to view a larger image:

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RO Water Purifying filters a threat to public health?

A new research findings by a group at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) shocked the country. According to the new findings, RO water purifying filters can cause serious health hazards for human and animals. The reverse-osmosis (RO) water purifier at home seems to be a benign invention, allowing people to drink clean, healthy water. But now scientists are warning that rampant use of the RO technology could pose a serious threat to public health.

One of the most popular water purifying technologies in India, the RO process is efficient in terms of filtering out toxic substances like arsenic and fluoride, especially in areas where groundwater is heavily contaminated. Simultaneously, though, RO systems, at both household and industrial levels plough back concentrated amounts of these substances back into the aquifers.

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Good News For Railway Reservation Passengers

1. Save as otherwise, a berth or a seat reserved in the name of a person shall be used only by the person and shall not be transferable to any other person.

2. Chief Reservation Supervisor of important stations are authorized by Railway Administration to permit the change of name of a passenger having a seat or berth reserved in his name in the following circumstances namely :
(a) Where the passenger is a Government Servant, proceeding on duty and appropriate authority, makes a request in writing 24 hours before the scheduled departure of trains
(b) Where the passenger makes a request in writing 24 hours before the scheduled departure of the train that the reservation made in his name may be transferred to another member of his family, meaning, Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Son, Daughter, Husband and Wife.
(c) Where the passengers are students of a recognized educational institution and the Head of the institution makes a request in writing 48 hours before the scheduled departure of the train, that the reservation made in the name of any student be transferred to any other student of the same institute.
(d) Where the passengers are members of a marriage party and any person deemed to be Head of such party makes a request in writing 48 hours before the scheduled departure of the train that the reservation made in the name of any member of the marriage party be transferred to any other person.
(e) Where the passengers are a group of cadets of National Cadet Corps and any officer who is the head of the group, makes a request in writing at least 24 hours before the departure of the train that the reservation made in the name of any cadet be transferred to any other cadet.

Such request will be granted only once. Regarding item no. (c), (d) and (e), such request for change in excess of 10% of the total strength of group shall not be granted.


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Filing Of Income Tax Returns

While talking to my acquaintances around me I gather an impression that majority of the salaried people feel that they are not required to file their income tax returns as tax is already deducted from their salaries. This is not correct legal position. Payment of taxes and filing of income tax return are two separate obligations. There is another misconception that if I miss the deadline of 31st July, I cannot file my return later on as the deadline is sacrosanct and a now or never thing.
In this article I will explain the legal position concerning individual tax payers as regards requirement of filing the income tax return.
Do I need to file my income tax return?
Income tax filing and payment of income tax payment are two different obligations. it is better to file income tax before due date as it saves you from possible penal actions and allows you to make the most of provisions of Income Tax Act.
Who is required to file the IT returns?
So to start with, you are required to file your income tax return if your gross total income is more than the basic exemption limit. For the year ended 31st March 2015 this is Rs. 2.5 lakhs for an ordinary individual, Rs. 3 lakhs for an individual over 60 years and Rs. 5 lakhs for an Individual above 80 years.
The word gross total income is not the same as the income on which your tax liability is calculated. Gross total income is the income calculated before any deduction under Sections like 80 C, 80 CCC, 80 CCD, 80 CCG, 80D, 80E, 80EE, 80G and 80 GGA and 80 TTA is availed. The deductions cover various items like contribution towards PF, NPS and PPF, payment of School fee for your children, premium for your life and health insurance. This also covers purchase of NSC, home loan repayment, rent paid etc. as well as interest on saving bank account.
So even if you may not have any tax liability after availing above deductions, you still need to file your tax return in case your gross total income before such deductions exceeds the amount of basic exemption applicable in your case. You need to file return in case you own any asset outside India or you are an authorized signatory for any account located outside India . This becomes applicable to those of you, without you noticing it, who had gone outside India on deputation or employment and had opened a bank account and did not close the bank account.
If you have any investments like shares, bonds or mutual fund units of foreign companies, you also are required to file return irrespective of your income level for the year. So in case you have received shares of a foreign company as ESOP as part of your compensation package, you are covered under this provision and file the return.
What is the last date for filing of my income tax return?
In case you are required to file return as discussed, the due date is July 31. The due date is applicable generally in case of individual tax payers. However in case you are carrying on a business and your accounts are required to be audited, the due date gets extended till 30th September. Even for the people who are working partners in partnership firms, whose accounts are audited, the due date is 30th September.
What happens if you miss the deadline?
In case you file your current income tax return after due date i.e. 31st July, 2015 you will not be able to revise your income tax return in case any omission or error is detected. You also will have to pay penal interest on the amount of tax for the period of delay in case any tax is still payable. Another consequence of missing the deadline would be that, in case you have business loss or capital gains loss in the current year, you will not be able to carry it forward to be set of in subsequent years.
Do I pay any penalty if you do not file the return by due date?
There is no penalty if you fail to file your return by 31st July, 2015 and file the same byMarch 31, 2016. However if your income is taxable and you fail to file your return of income by March 31, 2016, the same can be filed only by 31st March 2017. However in such a situation the income tax officer can levy a penalty of Rs. 5,000 after giving you an opportunity to explain your case. So from the above discussion it becomes clear that even if you do not have any tax liability or appropriate taxes have been deducted from your income, you are still required to file your return. Moreover it is better to file the return by the due date to avoid any complication later on.
By Balwant Jain is a CA, CS and CFP.
Presently working as Company Secretary of Bombay Oxygen Corporation.
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Consumer Dangers

As a consumer in the modern world, it is very important to be responsible for your own safety and take the time to learn what you need to know in order to do so. is here to help inform you so that you are able to take the necessary steps in order to do so while preventing those you care about from injury or harm. Please do visit, browse through and protect yourselves from the dangers that you face while using daily-use items.

No Stamp Duty Required for transfer of property to relatives


Hon’ble Revenu Minister Eknath Khadase announced in Assembly on 25-03–2015 that Govt. waives stamp duty on transfer of land or flat immovable property to Kin or family members. He announced that now immovable property such as land, house or flat can be transferred to Owner’s Children or even to blood relatives simply by executing transfer deed on Rs. 500/- stamp paper without paying stamp duty and registration fee. This announcement will give good relief to the families of transferors as they will not require to pay 5% stamp duty at market value as per ready Reckoner. Minister further clarified that in such an event it will be sufficient if transfer document is executed on Rs.. 500/- stamp-paper.

He further clarified that the decision to waive stamp duty on property transferred to heirs is taken on account of large complaints received from farmers who were otherwise unable to transfer farming land to their family members due to heavy stamp duty for such transactions. H’ble Chief Minister on another issue of TDR clarified in the assembly that Govt. is framing a new policy by which TDR will be indexed to the Ready Reckoner rate in order to prevent developers earning buge income from use of TDR of one area to another. The Ready Reckoner rate of the area where it is being utilized will now apply. S.S. Mahajan Source Times of India dt. 26-3-2015

Regarding Stamp Duty on Gift of property to family after having received the assent of the Governor in the Maharashtra Government Gazette on the 24th April 2015-1


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Here is the link to the website which has a link to the circular too  You may read the comments also, which will give you a good idea. Here is the english version of the same –

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