Keep small companies out of safety compliance: Indian Staffing Federation
“It would be practically difficult for small establishments to get registered and comply with the code engaging additional administrative and other personnel to monitor the health and safety parameters as envisaged in the code,” said Indian Staffing Federation president Rituparna Chakraborty.
Tax rate cut aimed at attracting investments: Finance Minister
Nirmala Sitharaman said the move will help attract investment from multination...
China suspends US Navy visits over bill supporting Hong Kong protests
The law, signed last Wednesday by President Donald Trump, mandates sanc...
France says US pulling back on digital tax deal
The OECD is overseeing negotiations among 134 countries to forge a system to make firms pay taxes in the countries they operate, amid growing public anger over tax-avoidance techniques allowed under current laws.
Warehousing sector gets investment of Rs 25,000 cr since 2017; figure may touch Rs 49,500 cr by 2021
The industrial and warehousing sector in India has attracted significant investor interest since 2017 led by robust demand from e-commerce and other consumer-led occupiers.
IFC to invest USD 200 million in Mahindra Finance
"IFC (International Finance Corporation) has invested USD 75 million from its own account and is mobilising another USD 125 million as parallel loans," it said.
Want to diversify sans frontières? look at international funds on offer
There are 37 mutual fund schemes available that invest in international markets.
Reverse sweep as BCCI seeks SC's approval to rollback Lodha reforms
The decisions to seek apex court's approval for dilution of tenure cap, which is aimed at clearing the path for an extended stint for Ganguly, and appoint Shah for the ICC meet were taken at the Board's 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Mumbai.
Endurance International Group to host Cloudbaazar
The event provides an opportunity to learn about developments in technologies, ideas and news as industry veterans share their knowledge and expertise.
US set to tighten work norms for international students
Trump administration is set to tighten norms for OPT, a programme used by foreign students to work in the US.
View: Despite doubts, there’s enough proof to conclude that foreign trade is good for poor
Areas where workers faced foreign competition tended to have greater reduction in poverty rates.
India's PSUs should bid for international projects as consortium: Report
The CII report, titled 'Can the Indian PSEs enhance their Geo-strategic reach', presents a roadmap to expand exports and geo-strategic reach of public sector enterprises (PSEs) by 2022.
Interests of Air India employees would be protected: Government
Replying to a supplementary question in Rajya Sabha, Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri also said that the government would secure a fair deal for all of its employees. Puri said 25 per cent salaries of various employees were withheld when Air India was in financial crisis.
Amnesty International India seeks review of existing legislative regime governing nationality determination
Amnesty argued that the Foreigners Tribunals places the burden of proving one’s Indian citizenship on the person suspected of doubtful nationality. It does not have an appellate body. None of its procedures lay down any guidance on how a reference can be made against a person to the Tribunal.
New EU leaders take office vowing to tackle climate change
In the company of European Parliament President David Sassoli and new European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde, Von der Leyen and Michel marked the start of their five-year terms in Brussels with events marking the 10th anniversary of the Lisbon Treaty, the EU's rule book.
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