INDIANS IN GULF
Pay me Rs 2L/month, I’ll fix rly systems, scamster tells RPF
The main accused, Hamid Ashraf, who is in Dubai, has claimed that nabbing him or some people won’t put an end to the multi-crore rail e-ticketing rackets as others can develop similar ‘illegal’ software and use them by taking advantage of the security loopholes in IRCTC’s system.
Facebook gears up for marketing push in India
The plan, sources told ET, is to enhance user engagement across the suite of apps – Facebook, I...
Without merchant fees, banks say they can’t reimburse payment companies
At the centre of this demand is Delhi’s decision to remove the MDR fo...
India keeps close tab on Gulf situation; issues travel advisory for Iraq
The government is keeping a close watch on evolving situation in Gulf and exploring possible options to evacuate diaspora if full blown war breaks out, ET has learnt. However, the establishment is of opinion that a situation of war may not arise in near future.
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.
Delhi: IGI airport lit up in tricolour ahead of Republic Day
ATC Tower at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International airport lit up in tricolour ahead of Republic Day. Republic Day is celebrated to mark the d...
After decade-long wait, Indian shopkeeper wins Infiniti QX50, $54K in Dubai raffle
Winner of Infiniti Mega Raffle, Sreejith, believes dreams come true.
'Singapore companies increasingly collaborating with Indian counterparts'
"As India pushes ahead with digitalization efforts, we see increasing opportunities in health-tech, rural-tech, ecommerce and smart city development,” said Peter Ong Boon Kwee, the chairman of Enterprise Singapore, which promotes Singapore companies globally.
Commercial coal miners need to pay 70% revenue share on lower output
Blocks will be auctioned on the basis of revenue share offered to the government. It will be calculated on the basis of a Coal Index and mine capacity, paid every month. The coal ministry has recently readied the model for coal price index with help from the Indian Statistical Institute, which will indicate the price of coal.
Foreign companies will be taxed for money earned by Indian arms
Questioning has begun. The tax department has already issued notices to subsidiaries of several MNCs.
Hyderabad only Indian city in global top 20 in home price appreciation: Report
Shortfall in launches has diverted homebuyers in Hyderabad towards the ready unsold units giving developers a bargaining edge and this has resulted in residential prices growth.
France turns new gateway for Indian derivatives play
This is mainly for p-notes bought against a derivative trade in India.
Indian Air Force’s LCA to get Astra missile firepower, not Rafale’s meteor
Sources said after the missile is inducted into the Su30MKI fighter jets from which it has been tested, the system would be integrated on other foreign-origin combat aircraft. The performance of the Astra, sources said, is regarded to be better than similar Russian systems currently in service.
Anand Rathi Securities maintains buy on South Indian Bank, target price Rs 16
The brokerage expects the credit costs of the bank to normalize on account of asset quality stablisation and lower slippages.
The cost of protests at campuses
Educationists and marketing pundits concur that expressing dissent on campuses by students through protests is normal, and acceptable. However, some caution when protests stretch too long and send the functioning of an institute into a tailspin, it can potentially impact the reputation of the institute.
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