China orders closure of US consulate in Chengdu
China's foreign ministry said it told the U.S. embassy on Friday morning to close its consulate in the southwestern city of Chengdu, days after Washington abruptly ordered the closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston.
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Energy Efficiency Services Ltd cancels smart meters order to Chinese firm
State-run Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) has cancelled Rs 500 crore contract placed on a China-backed PT Hexing as it failed to comply with the local content norms.
Diversification in supply chains will be key in post-COVID order: Hardeep Singh Puri
Puri said this during his speech at the 1st Indo-Asean Oceanic Business Summit and Expo, in which he took part through video conferencing on August 4.
KEC International to speed up automation amid COVID-induced labour shortage
KEC, the flagship company of the RPG Group, is a turnkey solutions provider and engaged in the business of power transmission and distribution (T&D), cables and railways, among others.
Trump H 1-B visa order leads to further uncertainty: Nasscom
It is not that companies do not want to hire locally, it is a fact that relevant skill sets are not available.
KEC International bags Rs 1,047 crore new orders across various business verticals
The company has secured orders worth Rs 669 crore for transmission and distribution projects in India, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries, Middle East and the Americas, KEC International said in a regulatory filing.
KEC International bags orders worth Rs 1,192 cr
The engineering firm has secured a Rs 821 crore contract in the transmission and distribution (T&D) segment for projects in India, SAARC, Malaysia, Africa and the Americas, the company said in a statement.
Bankruptcy process at Indu Techzone set aside by NCLAT
The tribunal has ordered in favour of the company on the ground that lender IFCI had filed the insolvency petition after missing the deadline as per the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
Soldiers’ ‘invalid pension’ clause forces Ministry of Defence to re-examine order
The MoD had announced that ‘invalid pension’ would now also be given to those military personnel boarded out before completing their 10 years of qualifying service due to disability that was “neither attributable to, nor aggravated by military service (NANA)”.
Private schools can collect tuition fees, says Gujarat High Court
The Gujarat High Court has quashed a government order which prohibited private schools from collecting tuition fees until they reopened, saying such a fiat will force smaller schools to shut down.
SC restrains govt till July end from taking coercive action against employers for not paying wages in full
The Supreme Court though left it open to the establishment to pay full wages should it want to do so for the 54 days for which the notification was in place
Defence Ministry lays out new plans to boost domestic arms buys to Rs 1.4 lakh crore
“In order to enhance procurement from domestic industry, it is incumbent that procurement is doubled from the current Rs 70,000 crore to Rs 1,40,000 crore by 2025,” the draft policy reads. The objective set up for the department of defence production is to achieve a turnover of Rs 1.75 lakh crore in the aerospace and defence sector by 2025.
Donald Trump bans H-1B technology workers from federal government contracts
Trump’s decision to ban workers on H-1B visas comes after the federally-owned Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) said that it will outsource 20 percent of its technology jobs to companies based in foreign countries.