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10 things to know about new gold playbook

The gold monetisation scheme was launched in 2015 with the aim of turning unused gold lying idle in India’s households into a producti ...
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    Firms from countries sharing land border with India can't bid for govt contracts

    The move largely directed at Chinese companies makes prior registration with Competent Authority mandatory for any bidder from these countries before they apply for any government contract. The department of expenditure has amended the General Financial Rules 2017 "to enable imposition of restrictions on bidders from countries which share a land border with India on grounds of defence and national security", an official statement said.

    Ray of hope for realtors: Govt may allow 100% FDI in completed housing projects

    India currently allows 100% FDI through the automatic route i...

    Mining, FDI reforms in the offing, says Piyush Goyal

    "We will simplify processes and make it easier to do business here,” Piyush Goyal said.

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