India's Tryst With GST – Unmatched Coverage on ET NOW
MUMBAI: India is at the cusp of a big transition, with the concept of one nation, one tax finally becoming a reality. This is India’s Tryst With GST and the government will officially roll out GST in Parliament on Friday midnight, adding a new chapter in the country’s history. ET NOW, India’s leading business news channel, has been championing this landmark reform, bringing you exclusive interviews, news breaks and ground reports along with interactive shows.
To mark the momentous event for Indian economy we have lined up round-the-clock programming on Friday, June 30, 2017. Through day, ET NOW will bring you big voices from the government, the Opposition and Industry as well as market and tax experts who will analyse every aspect of this game-changing reform.
The special programming at ET NOW will include the top architects of the GST, we get you a battery of ministers like Piyush Goyal, Jayant Sinha. Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram shares the opposition’s perspective and the politics of GST.
Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia and CBEC Chairperson Vanaja Sarna will give the nuts and bolts perspective and clarify all queries regarding the GST. Navin Kumar, GSTN Chairman shares his views on preparedness and logistics for rolling out this ambitious reform.
India’s top industrialists will be a part of our special programming. Some of the most noteworthy names include Kumar Mangalam Birla, NR Narayana Murthy, Sajjan Jindal, Kishore Biyani and Harsh Mariwala.
The best market voices will also join ET NOW with their perspective on the GST. The market panel will be led by none other than Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Vallabh Bhansali and Nilesh Shah.
To get a perspective on the impact of GST on the Indian economy ET NOW is interacting with the best economic minds in India including former RBI governors Bimal Jalan and YV Reddy, besides Gita Gopinath, Rajiv Kumar and Arvind Virmani.
We will be live with the grand GST gala from Parliament’s Central Hall, and will get you views and analysis even after the ceremony ends.
ET NOW’s Managing Editor, Sandeep Gurumurthi, said, “GST is the dawn of a new era for the Indian economy, it is the single biggest event that will change the course of not just the economy but also how business is done our country. We at ET NOW are calling it India’s Tryst With GST and leaving no stone unturned to herald this game changing reform that will set the stage for One India One Tax”.
He also added that the special programming is aimed at demystifying the GST besides spreading awareness and addressing concerns.