Startups should be allowed to list outside: Rajan Anandan
There are at least 10 to 20 companies which are ready to get listed if the government enables this, the Sequoia MD said.
China calls expulsion of diplomats from US a 'mistake'
The incident is the latest spat between the world's two biggest economies and comes da...
Gold edges up as investors stay cautious on US-China trade deal
US gold futures were up 0.4 per cent at $1,477.50.
Government mulls new duty on imports
Ahead of the Budget, the commerce department has asked the finance ministry to levy border adjustment tax (BAT) on imported goods to offset the impact of levies such as electricity duty, clean energy cess, levies on fuel and royalty that are not part of goods and services tax (GST).
UK prime minister to welcome new lawmakers to Parliament
Johnson will welcome some 100 newly elected colleagues, many of them coming from parts of the country that were once the strongholds of the opposition Labour Party.
Law firms double as mentors for founders of new ventures
A growing number of boutique law firms and established players are reaching out to guide these ventures through legal and procedural minefields.
New MNP rules coming into effect today. Here are the details
In the revised MNP process, the Unique Porting Code (UPC)will be generated only when the subscriber is eligible to port-out his mobile number. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in a press release said that the UPC will be generated after positive validation of certain conditions. There is no change in the porting timelines for the corporate mobile connections.
Oil climbs to level last seen after Saudi Attacks in September
“The hope is that a trade deal will translate into more demand.”
India's story has just begun: Amitabh Kant
NITI Aayog CEO said that India's process of urbanisation & using technology to leapfrog has just begun.
New life, health insurance products launched. Find out if they work for you
Some life and health insurers have rolled out ‘innovative’ products in recent months. These latest offerings are in response to Irdai tweaking norms. Find out how they rate on the utility scale. Should you be ready to pay more for new features?
Violent protests distressing, new citizenship law won't affect Indian citizens: PM Modi
In a series of tweets, Modi said groups with vested interests cannot be allowed to divide and create disturbances in the country.
Citizenship Act: Several DU students boycott exams, hold protests
Sources said students from the English department of the varsity had written to their professors on Sunday night to postpone exams owing to the situation in Jamia but their request could not be considered. A source said the students were told that since the exams are at the fag end, a decision on their postponement was not possible.
Government plans online clearances to coal mining projects
The coal ministry on Monday said has decided to simplify the process of clearance for coal mining projects to expedite operationalisation of already allotted coal blocks and encourage prospective investors in future auctions. The ministry of coal has re-engineered the mining plan preparation and approval process
INOX's new 11-screen Megaplex wants to change how Mumbai experiences films
INOX Megaplex offers the maximum number of movie viewing formats and experiences at Inorbit Mall in Mumbai.
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