Govt determined to conclude Naga pact, endless negotiation under shadow of guns not acceptable: RN Ravi
NSCN (I-M) has adopted a procrastinating attitude to delay the settlement raising the contentious symbolic issues of separate Naga national flag and constitution-interlocutor for the Naga peace talks, RN Ravi.
Online pharmacies to grow to $3.7 billion by 2022: CLSA
According to CLSA, there are several e-pharmacies operating currently but Netmeds, Ph...
New industrial policy not to replicate state models
The move comes even as India’s industrial production shrank 1.1% in August, the worst per...
Proposed scrappage policy may not revive demand for new CVs
The scrappage scheme, which was first mooted by Nitin Gadkari, the minister for road transport and highways in August 2015, is currently with the Union Cabinet for its approval.
Effectiveness of existing law against abuse of elderly parents to be reviewed on direction from PMO
Strengthening the existing legislation has been among the topmost priorities of the Ministry in the second tenure of the Modi government.
AICTE to take up patent rights for on-campus inventions issue with commerce ministry
The 23-page draft model guidelines on implementation of the IPR policy in an academic institution have been prepared by the commerce ministry's Cell for IPR Promotion and Management.
The man behind NRC sports a smile and stays away from media glare
Hajela, who hails from Madhya Pradesh, had his share of bouquets and brickbats while he led a team of 52,000 officials that sifted through over six crore documents of 3.3 crore applicants.
Can REIT rule loophole pull down the returns?
Returns are likely to go down when trusts borrow like companies and repay loans.
Deutsche Bank says it has Trump-related tax returns sought by Congress
The appellate judges had asked if the banks actually had the records. Deutsche Bank and Capital One declined to answer the question in open court.
Government re-initiates process of amending Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act
The aim is to make it more effective and more inclined to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) guidelines, sources said. Currently, the penalty for smoking in restricted areas is up to Rs 200.
Sebi mulls norms for startups to shift to main board after 1 year
Officials said Sebi discussed these norms with its own Primary Market Advisory Committee as well as the two leading bourses BSE and NSE.
Government working on policy to help consumers dispose of junk
The draft policy, circulated among stakeholders for comments, aims at responsible disposal of the waste and recycle the steel in it to be used as raw material by Indian industries.
Model tenancy law may prompt builders to construct about 50% of homes for rent purpose: NAREDCO
The Union housing and urban affairs ministry has put the draft of 'The Model Tenancy Act, 2019' in public for consultation. The announcement in this regard was made in this year's Budget.
MFs seek Sebi advice on inking inter-creditor pact
Want to know if they can play a significant role in such agreements drawn up by banks.
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