For a real New India to arise, the government has started depending upon the gains from Goods and Service Tax (GST) and high recovery from bad debt which is now subject to insolvency resolution to move up the World Bank’s ease of doing business rankings. Will India break into top 50 in terms of Ease of Doing Business? India’s climb in the 2019 rankings seems to have come mainly from sharply higher scores on two ‘doing business’ indicators - securing construction permits and trading across the borders. It also made smaller improvements in starting a business and getting credit. Let us now see the graph how swiftly we are growing and making a difference. The country has, in fact, been one of the biggest ‘improvers’ in the 2019 study, with its rank shooting up from 100 to 77, among 190 countries. This is quite a big jump, given that its rank crept up from 142 to 100 in the four years from 2015 to 2018. Based on the above graph, Government officials said maximum gains are expected to accrue on the paying taxes front where there is an impact of GST, which was rolled out in July 2017. Over the last 12-15 months, several steps, including lowering of taxes and simplified process for filing returns have been initiated while the Indirect tax has overcome teething issues.GST network on Wednesday released a demo tool for the new and simplified return filing form, which is expected to be formally rolled out in July. The prototype available on its website gives stakeholders a feel of what the new return system will look like. It comprises of Form GST RET-1 (Normal), Form GST RET-2 (Sahaj) and Form GST RET-3 (Sugam) on either monthly or quarterly basis along with the Annexure of Supplies (GST ANX-1) and the Annexure of Inward Supplies (GST ANX-2), thus making the return filing process a piece of a cake.