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Investors turn to online and paper gold as prices surge
Gold was always seen as a safe investment, especially during a crisis. But purchases in the physical form — bars, coins and jewellery — is passé as investors consider the paper or digital form safer and more convenient to store and redeem.
'Log in & learn' enrolments see monster jump in India
The Enter key on the touchpad was never deemed so powerful. The once-casual click has b...
Rajnath launches online portal to promote indigenisation in defence production
The DPSUs, Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) and headquarters of th...
How hard and long will India's road to recovery be? An ET Online survey finds answers
Did India really need such draconian lockdowns, especially at a time when the economy was already having a hard time? While a debate over this risk-return tradeoff continues to divide people, a majority (over a third) of survey respondents said Modi govt had no other options.
Single e-compliance window soon: MCA initiates discussions with RBI, Sebi, DPIIT on transfer of data
The corporate affairs ministry has initiated discussions with various regulators including the Reserve Bank of India, Securities and Exchanges Board of India (Sebi), and the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, on the possibility of creating a single platform or compliance forms with common data sources, the official said.
Online payment adoption rates vary across states in the country
Industry executives say that campaigns in states like Telangana and Andhra as well as sizable populations in small towns across UP and Bihar have contributed to the surge in digital payments in these areas.
View: RBI's recent announcement on offline digital payments can be a game-changer
With products like Unified Payments Interface (UPI), India has one of the best payment infrastructures in the world. However, India remains largely a cash-driven economy, some reports putting estimates at over $800 billion of cash transactions by value and over 1.5 trillion by volume.
How to transfer your EPF account online
At the time of switching from the previous job to the new one, an individual can transfer money from his/her old EPF account to the new one online. However, there are certain conditions that an individual must satisfy while transferring money.
Why Indian farmers need to reform digitally
Given that India is an agrarian economy, tech enablement can turn the fortunes of our country.
US will ask foreign students to leave if classes go fully online
US will not issue visas to students whose colleges will offer full online courses this year.
Transfer of EPF accounts: 17 questions answered by EPFO
Here are the 17 questions and their answers for those EPF members looking to transfer their EPF accounts from their previous employers to new employers.
Delhi airport develops online portal for international passengers to apply for exemption from compulsory quarantine
From Saturday, a total of five categories of passengers can get exemption from the mandatory seven-day institutional quarantine -- pregnant women; those who have suffered death in the family; those suffering from a serious illness; parents accompanying children below 10 years of age; those who have COVID-negative certificate from a test done 96 hours prior to the journey.
India criticises Pakistan PM for offer on cash transfer programme
"Pakistan is better known for making cash transfers to bank accounts outside the country rather than giving to its own people. Clearly, Imran Khan needs a new set of advisers and better information," MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said during an online media briefing.
Reliance Brands to step up online focus, rightsize manpower
The company is said to have about 4,000 employees in the country, of which about 1,000 are in the corporate division. Corporate division’s functions include customer relationship management, visual merchandising, human resources, retail planning and buying, marketing, IT and training.
Hyderabad: Grocer a director in Chinese company running gambling racket
Police officers in Hyderabad are trying to answer this question after Neeraj Tuli, one of the three Indian directors held along with a Chinese national, told investigators that he was just an ordinary grocer who ran a small neighbourhood shop as an extension of his home in Delhi’s Karol Bagh area.