People in Delhi have too much preference for rating agencies, they are not that important: Chris Wood, Jefferies
In case of cyclical pickup in the economy , money will go in the small and midcaps.
Park Hotels plans public issue to raise Rs 1,000 crore
The Park Hotels currently runs 25 properties, including 12 under a sub-brand called Zo...
ITR filing: All you need to know about treatment of income from self-occupied property
A house property is ‘self-occupied’ when the owner or ...
India’s construction, property industries in trouble, says Raghuram Rajan
The RBI should carry out an asset quality review of the NBFCs for their exposure to realty, infra.
Retailers, services more open to hiring apprentices: Report
"The government has taken multiple initiatives like easing FDI norms, to boost retail sector, which have led to an increase in retail activity by way of expansion of local chains and malls. The only way to create workforce for this industry is through apprenticeship," TeamLease Skill University said in the report.
Current patent laws are inadequate for Artificial Intelligence-related Intellectual Property: Report
“Current patent laws treat Artificial Intelligence software inventions as logical algorithms implemented on the computer. While patent eligibility of algorithms is valid, there is little about how to deal with inventions that are heuristic in nature,” the report found.
India trying to set up IPR office on US model
Responding during Question Hour, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said the government has brought a lot of "sanity" to the working of eight areas of IPR, be it patent, copyright or trademark.
Cash is still king in resale property market: Report
According to ANAROCK Property Consultants even three years after demonetisation, up to 30 percent of the total transaction value on the secondary (resale) residential market across India can still be paid in cash.
GoM set up to resolve land leasing issues
The model legislation, drafted by the Aayog three years ago, is yet to be adopted by states. Most state governments have either legally banned or slapped restrictions on agricultural land leasing that have forced tenancy to be informal, insecure and inefficient. The share of agriculture in GDP is only about 14%, but it employs 49% of the country’s total workforce.
Companies renewing office leases ahead of expiry to cap costs
Occupancy levels in Indian commercial real estate have been rising over the last few years on demand from new players in ecommerce, healthcare and technology, apart from existing demand from the BFSI sector. Data shows that leasing in the first three quarters of 2019 has inched closer to the full-year performance level of 2018.
Government measures fail to stem slide in NBFC credit
Liquidity remains a worry for the NBFC sector; loan sanctions fall 34% in September quarter.
Sebi finds buyer for Sai Prasad Group firms' properties
The regulator has been auctioning properties of the group's companies and their directors for the past two years.
The show goes on: Netflix signs lease to keep NYC's iconic Paris Theatre open
The streaming giant will operate the Big Apple's last surviving single-screen cinema house.
Is there a way to ensure that will is not challenged in court of law?
It is optional to register a will, however, it can be challenged in a court of law if it has errors even if it is registered. Keep in mind that there are 7 grounds on which a will can be challenged.
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