Global body calls for urgent changes to international tax systems to tackle inequality
Referring to an Oxfam study released yesterday, Independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation (ICRICTC) said the inequality crisis remains unaddressed and out of control as hundreds of millions of people are living in extreme poverty while large rewards go to those at the very top.
CBI books Frost International, its directors in Rs 3,600 crore fraud
The bank has alleged that the company’s promoters/directors had worked i...
Reliance setting up small stores for last-mile delivery
Reliance is planning small outlets called Reliance Smart Points in various cities to ...
“We are fed up of powers lecturing countries on internal affairs”: Hungarian FM
“Hungary does not interfere in internal matters of other nations. We are fed up. We are fed up of outside powers lecturing us on internal matters,” Szijjártó told ET in an exclusive interview. “Why should I even comment on internal matter of another country? It is for people of that country to decide on their future,” the minister said.
International tribunal dismisses claims against India in 2G licence case: Govt
On July 19, the Tribunal, seated at the Hague, Netherlands rendered its Award in the arbitration brought by the three entities under the agreement between the Russian Federation and India for the Promotion and Mutual Protection of Investments, and the agreement between the India and the Cyprus for the Mutual Promotion and Protection of Investments.
India’s Article 370 decision an internal affair: Maldives foreign minister
“We believe that it was purely an internal matter...which was conducted within the purview of the Indian Constitution. No outside power should have any role in this process,” said Maldives foreign minister Abdullah Shahid. Maldives was the first country to support India’s decision on Article 370.
CAA, NRC 'internal matters' of India: Bangladesh PM
"We don't understand why (the Indian government) did it.It was not necessary," Hasina told the Gulf News in an interview, referring to India's new citizenship law. Bangladesh, where 10.7 per cent of the 161 million population is Hindu and 0.6 per cent Buddhist, has denied any migration to India because of religious persecution, the paper said.
Rupee trips for 4th day, down 10 paise at 71.21
Weaker greenback overseas and easing crude oil prices helped the rupee restrict its losses to some extent.
Air India to set up internal panel to address privatisation-related issues of employees: Source
At a meeting between the minister and representatives of over a dozen Air India unions in New Delhi on Monday, the minister also "assured" the employees of full payment of their arrears, according to the source.
CAA internal matter of India but 'unnecessary': Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has termed as "internal matters" of India the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Regis...
Donald Trump rejects climate 'prophets of doom' as Thunberg warns Davos
Thunberg was in the audience in the Swiss Alps to hear a typically bullish speech by Trump, delivered just before the start of his Senate impeachment trial in Washington.
Economic slowdown to hit insurance premium collections: Moody's
Despite low penetration, the ongoing economic slowdown will impact insurance premium collections over the next two to three years, global ratings agency Moody's Investors Service said.
Sania Mirza wins Hobart International tournament
Tennis star Sania Mirza along with Nadia Kichenok on Jan 18 won the Hobart International tournament and staged a winning comeback on the ten...
Modi, Shah are a drag on Indian democracy: Sibal
Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Tuesday said the nationwide protests against the amended citizenship law reflected that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah were a "drag on Indian democracy".
Prepare for attack by govt ministers on IMF, Gita Gopinath: Chidambaram on growth forecast
He also alleged that the growth figure of 4.8 per cent given by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is after some "window dressing" and he won't be surprised if it goes even lower.
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