India uses Aadhaar, UPI platforms for striking digital diplomacy with friendly nations
"The idea is to establish India as a tech hub, generate more business for private companies while improving bilateral partnerships,” a senior official told ET requesting not be identified. The person added that is a realisaton in multilateral forums in the especially G20 that India has digitalised rapidly particularly.
Protesting communities in two minds about dealing with NPR
Many Muslim community leaders and organisations have decided to totally boycott th...
Lenders need to provide info on security interest
Lenders are also required to inform the central registry of any change to a security intere...
20% TDS if employee doesn’t share PAN or Aadhaar: I-T dept
Centre had amended the law to make sharing of Aadhaar must in case someone does not have a PAN.
Aadhaar, dabba, hartal, shaadi among 26 new Indian English words added to Oxford Dictionary
Out of the 26 new words, 22 figure in the printed dictionary, while the other four are in the digital version.
Karnataka govt to amend certain rules of Land Reforms Act: BS Yediyurappa
"The investor's side (during the meet) had some doubts and opposition to cumbersome procedures in starting their units and we assured them of solving all their problems.
PAN won't become inoperative if not linked to Aadhaar till SC judgement: Gujarat High court
The deadline for linking of PAN and Aadhar had been extended several times and now the new deadline is March 31, 2020. So, if a person doesn’t link his PAN with Aadhar by the said date, his PAN shall be inoperative.
No Canada, Australian visas if you flout traffic rules in Ludhiana
Police have been getting calls every month in the past one year from these embassies seeking traffic violation details of visa applicants, Ludhiana police commissioner Rakesh Agrawal told TOI on Friday.
US judge rules against outsourcing firm
The companies, led by outsourcing provider Kollasoft, were seeking to “stay the legal effects” of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services’ denial of 27 unique H1B visa applications as it claimed those denials were based on illegal or ultra vires rules promulgated in a February 2018 policy memo issued by USCIS.
EPFO notifies new rules for stenographer's recruitment
EPFO is seeking employment of 187 stenographers at Level 4 pay scale, to be revised for 30% of stenographers to Level 6 on completion of five years of regular service. As per the notification, the central board in consultation with the central government may relax any of the provisions of these rules with respect to any class or category of persons.
H-1B visas: US judge rules against outsourcers
The companies, led by outsourcing provider Kollasoft, were seeking to “stay the legal effects” of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) denial of 27 unique H-1B visa applications as it claimed those denials were based on illegal or ultra vires rules promulgated in a February 2018 policy memo issued by USCIS.
US imposes visa rules for pregnant women on 'birth tourism'
The Trump administration on Thursday published new visa rules aimed at restricting "birth tourism", in which women travel to the US to give birth so their children can have a coveted US passport.
Donald Trump impeachment: Senate approves trial rules
The U.S. Senate plunged into President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial with Republicans abruptly abandoning plans to cram opening arguments...
Tur and chana prices rule 15% to 20% below MSP, expected to decline further
Traders said only strong government procurement operations can help tame a further fall in prices.
Sebi comes out new framework to check non-compliance of listing rules
According to a Sebi circular, exchanges can impose a fine of Rs 50,000 per instance for non-compliance with respect to obtaining in-principle approval of bourses before issuance of securities.
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