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Which Identification can I use as a photo ID proof when I travel in the train?

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Sangeeta Pandey
Level 5 contributor
You can use the following as ID proof:

  • Passport
  • Aadhaar Card
  • Driving license
  • PAN card
  • Voter's ID card
  • Photo ID card issued government to their employees
  • Student ID card
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How early should I check-in at the airport for an Domestic flight?

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Varsha Nayak
Level 5 contributor
In the case of a Domestic flight, you would need to check-in at the airport at least 2 hours before the departure time of the flight.
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Can one cook fish in a pressure cooker?

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Tushar Inchulkar
Level 5 contributor
Yes, it is possible. But fish can get overlooked quite easily. So here you would lift the pressure regulator slightly with a fork and allow the steam to escape so that the lid can be immediately opened so as to prevent this overcooking.
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How do I identify when a pressure cooker is at its full operating pressure?

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Tushar Inchulkar
Level 5 contributor
After you place start cooking with the pressure cooker, there is initially a slight hissing sound from the pressure regulator which they become a proper whistling sound when the steam is emitted at full force. It is then that the pressure cooker is at the full operating pressure.At this point, you can reduce the heat and start timing the cooking process.
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When one cooks from a recipe, should follow the time or do I count the whistles?

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Tushar Inchulkar
Level 5 contributor
Counting whistles is not really a great idea since it might give you the wrong time when making a particular food or recipe. The food might not get properly cooked or the water might dry up. Even worse, the food might get burned. Instead, it would be better to follow the timing. Start timing the recipes when the pressure cooker gets to the full operating pressure using a watch. But when cooking with a pressure cooker, the timing is important since pressure cooker cooks food faster. So a small delay in timing could cost you a lot more than in conventional cooking.
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What are the tips for when cleaning the induction cooker?

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Kunal Sharma
Level 5 contributor
  • Before cleaning makes sure that the induction cooker is turn off and disconnect it from the power source.
  • Never clean the induction cooktop when it sis still hot. Wait for it to cool down.
  • Wipe and clean the ceramic glass plate and the induction cooker using a damp cloth and only use non-abrasive glass cleaning solution or a mild cleaning agent on any spills.
  • Never use things like benzene, thinner, polishing powder etc to clean the surface of the induction cooker.
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Why do I hear certain crackling noises on placing my cookware on an induction cooker?

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Kunal Sharma
Level 5 contributor
This could be due to the type of materials used to make the cookware as well as the workmanship of the cookware. In case the base of the cookware consists of different materials this might happen. The same sounds can also come when you change the temperature settings on the induction cooker. However, any loud noises are not part of induction cooking and you might have to consider getting your induction cooker to a repair shop if it is making such noises.
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Do any assessee or dealers who are already registered under the existing central excise or service tax or VAT laws need to obtain any fresh registration for GST?

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Priya Chaturvedi
Level 7 contributor
No. They won't need to apply for fresh GST registration. The GSTN would migrate to all assessees or dealers to the GSTN network and would issue a provisional GSTN certificate with the GSTIN number on the appointed day, which after due verification by departmental officers in 6 months would get converted to the final registration certificate. The registrants would be required to submit the required documents for the purpose of converting a provisional certificate to a final certificate within the given timeframe

Service tax assesses who have centralised registration would need to apply afresh though in those states where they operate their business.
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Is it possible for a person without GST registration to claim ITC and collect taxes?

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Pooja Rathi
Level 8 contributor
No. Without GST registering no one can collect GST from their customers nor can they claim any input tax credit of GST paid by them.
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What would be the benefit for a business of registering under the GST?

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Pooja Rathi
Level 8 contributor
Businesses on GST registration would get the following benefits:

  • The would be legally recognised as a supplier of goods and services
  • There would be a proper accounting for the taxes paid on the input goods or services which can be utilised for the payment of the GST due on supply of goods and services
  • They would be legally authorised to collect tax fro purchasers and pass on this credit of taxes paid on goods and services supplied to the purchasers.
  • The would be eligible to avail of the different benefits which are rendered under the GST laws
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