Ministry of Commerce to showcase Startup India tableau at Republic Day Parade
The objective is to inspire and motivate youth to follow their dreams to generate wealth and become job creators and not just job seekers.
Indian economy poised to take off, says Goyal
Speaking at a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual summit, the Commerce and Industr...
Food processing ministry to push investment in J&K and Ladakh
In a bid to bring in investment and jobs to Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and Ladakh,...
Finance Ministry to showcase achievements of financial inclusion at Republic Day parade
Besides DFS, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation, NDRF Ministry of Home Affairs, CPWD Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, and Ministry of Shipping will also participate in the Republic Day parade, according to a Defence Ministry release.
Govt notifies National Startup Advisory Council, Commerce Minister to chair
The council is being set up in the wake of a plethora of regulatory changes covering startups in the works to reduce time spent on tax compliance by them to less than one hour a month along with easier incorporation processes and boosting the availability of global and domestic capital.
Proposed cut in duty-free liquor, cigarettes to cause Rs 650 cr/year loss to airports: Industry body
Indian airports are likely to incur a revenue loss of Rs 650 crore per annum if the reported recommendations of the Commerce Ministry on duty-free sales are put in place, private airports operators body APAO said on Tuesday.
Budget 2020: Commerce ministry for restricting duty-free alcohol purchase to one bottle
These recommendations are part of proposals made by the commerce ministry for the forthcoming Budget, which would be unveiled by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1.
DGTR initiated 34 anti-dumping probe during Apr-Dec 2019: Commerce Ministry
The Directorate General of Trade Remedies is an investigation arm of the ministry which deals with anti-dumping duty, safeguard duty, and countervailing duty. These duties are trade remedy measures, provided under an agreement of the World Trade Organisation to its member countries. They are used to provide a level playing field to domestic industry.
ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking: India’s most innovative companies. Are you one of them?
For the purpose of judging ‘innovation’ for the programme, we would be using much of the framework as outlined by OECD, along with certain changes in the criteria. Read on to find out more.
E-commerce offers an unbelievable platform and technology but won't kill offline, says Aditya Burman
E-commerce & kirana can co-exist, claims Aditya Burman.
In a rocky startup world, candidates toss questions to interviewers
For sleep-solutions company Wakefit.co, the questions often are on layoffs - whether the company has ever handed out pink slips due to cost-cutting measures and/or change in direction, and if so, how they dealt with it.
China bookings hit amidst Coronavirus outbreak
“We are getting cancellations from business travellers. This is not the season for leisure travel to China from India, but even leisure travellers are apprehensive about future bookings,” Bigbreaks.com managing director Kapil Goswamy said. “It is not a positive signal.”
Finance Ministry launches probe into unaccounted cash deposits by jewellers during demonetisation
In one case from Gujarat, a jeweller deposited cash worth Rs 4.1 crore between November 11 and December 31 in 2016, as against Rs 44,260 during the same period in 2015. The jeweller was unable to justify the massive increase of 93,648% as sale proceeds. PM Modi on November 8, 2016, had announced a ban on high-value currency notes.
Housing ministry launches e-commerce platform for real estate sector
Housing ministry launched an e-commerce platform to facilitate homebuyers in identifying genuine properties.
Finance ministry clears advance funding proposal for Digital Land Records programme
Under the Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme, government has achieved over 90 per cent of digitisation of land records. Out of the identified 6,55,959 villages, land records have been computerised in 90.1 per cent or 5,91,221 villages across the country.
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