Three years after notebandi, ‘corrupt’ jewellers face heat
Armed with data, tax authorities have cracked the whip on jewellers who made huge cash deposits post demonetisation in 2016 but could not explain how they generated so much money when they were showing low income in their tax returns.
Jewellers want cut in import duty of gold and in income tax in Budget 2020
Jewellers are expecting a reduction in import duty of gold and a c...
Finance Ministry launches probe into unaccounted cash deposits by jewellers during demonetisation
In one case from Gujarat, a jeweller deposi...
J-K a 'jewel' of country, Centre will soon come out with industrial package for UT: Goyal
Goyal was in Jammu as part a week-long public outreach programme initiated by the Centre to apprise people of the potential benefits of the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status after nullification of Article 370 of the Constitution.
Hallmarking now a must for gold jewellers
The rule is mandatory from today but jewellers get a year's time to register with BIS, clear their old stock.
Anti evasion wing of Mumbai Central GST busts major illegal gold movement channel
“The customs and GST officials have raised their drive to curb evasion of import duty or of the GST,” said a government official speaking on anonymity. India imports 700-800 tonnes of gold on average each year. After the UPA government raised the duty in stages from 2% to 10% in 2013 to check a ballooning current account deficit, smuggling reared its head.
Francesca Cartier to appear at Jaipur Lit Fest, will share family tales
Francesca’s grandfather was the last of the family to manage and own a branch of the jewellery firm.
S&P 500 crosses 3,300 on Morgan Stanley earnings, tech rally
Morgan Stanley's shares jumped 5.6% after the Wall Street bank beat fourth-quarter profit estimates and raised its performance goals, wrapping up earnings of big U.S. lenders on a strong note.
Punjab seeks central assistance for biomass projects
This, stressed Captain Amarinder, would go a long way in complying with the directions of the Supreme Court of India for tackling the problem of stubble burning in Punjab.
At SoftBank’s jewel, Oyo, a ‘toxic’ culture and troubling incidents
The company expects to lose money through at least 2021, and efforts to expand in Japan have flopped.
Why your neighbourhood jeweller is going out of business
As India is bringing in structural changes, the Rs 3 lakh cr gold jewellery biz is seeing a transition.
Will see if hydro-power plant possible in Mahadayi basin: Power Minister RK Singh
Singh met Cabral at the Power Grid Corporation's facility at Colvale village, located about 20 km from here, on Saturday. After the meeting, Singh said if Goa identifies some sites for hydro-electricity projects in the Mahadayi basin, then the National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) would look into its feasibility.
Diamantaires, jewellers may get dollarised credit limits
The move will help these borrowers shield themselves from fluctuations in the dollar-rupee exchange rate.
Share market update: Trident, PC Jeweller among top losers on BSE
In the Nifty pack, 42 stocks were in the green, while 8 stocks were in the red.
Share market update: PC Jeweller, Trident among top gainers on BSE
Among the 50 components in the Nifty index, 34 shares were trading in the green, while 15 were in the red.
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