Haryana Govt passed GST, Salary of MLA also hikes.

The Haryana Govt passed Good and Service Tax(GST) bill 2017 on a special one day house session.
They(Haryana Govt.) also hike in salaries and allowance of Minister, hike in salary is ₹50,000 to ₹60,000 per month. Assembly passed three bills regarding hikes in salary of the Speaker, the Deputy Speaker, the Leader of the Opposition, Ministers and Ministers of the State.

A bionic hand become advance, can see things.

A new type of Bionic hand is developed by scientist that can see, and handle things. This is based on the camera system. A camera is used to see the object that comes in its path.
Bionic hand first take picture of object then analyse its diamentions and after this process it grasp things.
This device currently in testing mode

India, football men team in top-100

The Indian men’s football team on Thursday climbed to the 100th spot in the latest FIFA world rankings — its best rating in more than two decades.
India last made the top-100 in 1996, reaching an all-time high of 94, before plunging.
The boost in ranking came after India defeated Cambodia 3-2 at Phnom Penh in a friendly before edging out Myanmar 1-0 at Yangon.

Higher coal tax may benefit economy:IMF

An annual Rs. 150 per tonne increase in tax on coal from 2017 to 2030 could prevent over 2.7 lakh deaths from air pollution, raise GDP by 1% by 2030, reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 12% and generate net economic benefits of about 1% of GDP, according to IMF.
“The main domestic environmental cost of burning coal is outdoor air pollution, which exacerbates mortality rates for various (e.g., cardiovascular and pulmonary) diseases,” said the working paper released by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday
“Outdoor air pollution from fossil and non-fossil sources prematurely killed an estimated 0.53 people per 1,000 of the population in 2010 in India, or about 6.5 lakh in total.”
“Fossil fuel taxes can provide a significant source of easily-collected revenue, which is especially valuable when revenues from broader taxes on labour, capital, and consumption are insufficient due to a large concentration of economic activity occurring in the informal sector,” it added. The paper also says that, in the event of political reasons not permitting any increase in coal tax, the government should implement subsidies or other incentives to encourage the shift away from coal generation.
Source: The Hindu