Sebi comes out with disclosure format for listed debt securities
The first submission should be made by the listed entities for the half-year ended March 31, 2020.
House break-in incidents 11 times more than cybercrimes. How safe is your home?
Over 60% of India’s youth is unprepared to deal with home and...
Merger: E&Y to carry out harmonisation of capital norms of PNB, UBI, OBC
"PNB, the anchor bank, has appointed E&Y as advisor for harmonisatio...
Chadar Trek: IAF says 71 trekkers brought to safety after Zanskar flooding, rescue ops still on
Indian Air Force's Advanced Light Helicopters carried out a search and rescue operation in Ladakh's Zanskar valley after sudden flooding in ...
Rs 14,000-crore state support plan to strengthen road safety
The programme will be driven by a strict incentive-based structure for states delivering on road safety aspects.
Tata Altroz gets 5-star adult safety rating in Global NCAP test
"The Nexon was the proverbial guiding light for us in this aspect, and the Altroz has followed its footsteps, setting a new benchmark across the industry safety standards," Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Business Unit (PVBU) President Mayank Pareek said in a statement.
RBI allows card holders to enable, disable cards for online use, modify transaction limits
Banks have been asked to give users the facility to enable/disable their cards for different types of use.
DMart plans Rs 6,200 crore QIP to meet Sebi holding norm
Avenue Supermarts promoter Damani has to pare his 80.21% stake to comply with the SEBI’s minimum public shareholding rule for listed companies. This stipulates that promoters cannot own more than 75%.
Mercedes Benz banks on cleaner diesel engines to extend lead in India post BS VI implementation
The engines offer lower particulate matter emissions by 80% and 50-70% lower nitrogen oxide than BS VI limits. Besides, they deliver 15-25% higher fuel efficiency over petrol engines and come without much price premium over BS IV diesels. By contrast, mainstream carmakers anticipate price increases of 10% on transition.
Highways may be ranked on safety, mobility
During the assessment of highways, NHAI will look at the duration of traffic jams on highway stretches, the way-side amenities available and tow-away facilities in case of vehicle breakdown. Depending on the observations from the exercise, changes and improved practices will be incorporated in the design stage itself.
Supreme Court orders ED to attach corporate properties of JP Morgan for violation of FEMA in Amrapali case
The Supreme Court also allowed the ED to take into custody the defunct group's CMD, Anil Kumar Sharma, and two other directors, Shiv Priya and Ajay Kumar, who are behind bars on the top court's order, for interrogation as regards alleged money-laundering offences.
Uber to roll out PIN verification, RideCheck for enhanced user safety
Under the PIN verification feature, Uber users will receive a four-digit code when they book a ride that is to be shared with the driver partner to start the ride. Users will have to activate the feature in the app's setting.
Expect auto sales to pick up in third quarter of 2020: Toyota Kirloskar
The automobile industry recorded its worst-ever sales decline in two decades in 2019, with an unprecedented slowdown hampering vehicle offtake across segments. The overall wholesale of vehicles declined 13.77 per cent to 2,30,73,438 units as against 2,67,58,787 units in 2018.
Changes in IBBI norms to prevent backdoor entry of ex-promoters in cos under liquidation: Experts
Now, those who were ineligible are barred from being part of any arrangement at the stage of liquidation.
NHAI wants tighter land norms for nod to highway projects
The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) won’t issue work order for highway projects under the public private partnership (PPP) mode unless it has 90% of the land is in its possession and without obtaining all statutory clearances.
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