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CCI will not sell cotton at loss, says chairman P Alli Rani
The remark comes after South Indian Mills Association (SIMA) urged the textile mi...
Nordic countries are the new hotspot for Indian IT
The Nordic countries — Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland — are largely English ...
Government seeks Rs 19,000 crore dividend from oil companies
Company executives say the demand is being made even though profits have have fallen from last year.
Any person irrespective of religion can still seek Indian citizenship under existing rules: PM Modi
Howrah (West Bengal), Jan 12 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Belur Math asserted that whoever believes in Constitution of India, can ...
LCA MK1 achieves milestone by undertaking maiden ski-jump take-off from INS Vikramaditya
The ski-jump is the upwardly curved ramp on the deck of aircraft carriers designed to provide sufficient take-off lift for fighter jets. "The naval version of Tejas achieved another important milestone today by successfully undertaking the maiden ski-jump take-off from INS Vikramaditya," a Navy Spokesperson said.
Three survivors and three casualties of 2019's great Indian auto crash
Car sales overall fell off the cliff. But some companies held steady while some others just crashed. Here’s the report card.
Creation of CDS a 'very big step' towards integration of forces: Army chief Naravane
Gen Naravane said the focus of training will be on preparing the Army for future wars which will be network-centric and complex. "We are prepared to deal with challenges along northern border," the Army chief said when asked about China enhancing military infrastructure.
India aiming at USD 250 billion maritime economy by 2024: Defence Secretary
India's exclusive economic zone in the seas along its 7,500-kilometre coastline comprises over 2 million square kilometres, Defence Secretary Ajay Kumar said. "With a target of becoming a USD 5 trillion economy by 2024, we are looking at over USD 250 billion coming from the maritime zone."
Unguarded servers behind big Indian data breaches of 2019
The cost of response mechanisms such as detection and notification processeas are high, while company share prices are likely to drop along with revenue, impacting overall brand value. On their part, ethical hackers have criticised domestic internet-consumer companies for a lack of bug bounty programmes following reporting of cyber breaches.
IBA revises performance-linked scheme, hikes wages to 12.25%, unions reject offer
Under the scheme, the bankers' body has offered to pay 14 extra days of salary for staff of lenders that show a 10-15% increase in operating profit and 21 days for banks that report more than 15% rise in operating profit. IBA was earlier in favour of taking both operating profit and RoA as key metrics for defining organisational performance.
Government mulls tax break for Indian pharma companies
The government had introduced a weighted tax deduction of 200% on expenditure on R&D in the 2010 budget, in order to boost innovation in the country. However, the government slashed the benefit to 150% from 2017 onwards and 100% from 2020.
Indian tea still a favourite in Iran
In 2019, Iran picked up a record quantity of tea from India at prices generally higher than those last year.
This decade will be for Indian entrepreneurs: PM Modi
New Delhi, Jan 06 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended centenary celebrations of Kirloskar brothers in national capital. PM Modi als...
Delhi HC dismisses ED plea to set aside bail granted to Ratul Puri
In the present VVIP chopper scam case, Ratul Puri was named as an accused in the sixth charge sheet filed by the ED. According to the ED, the role of Puri was that his foreign entities received proceeds of crime directly from Interstellar Technologies Ltd, and that he had received funds from both the chains of money laundering involved in the present matter.
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