'Unconstitutional' CAA will not be implemented in Congress ruled states: AICC General Secretary K C Venugopal
His statement comes as protests against the controversial legislation gained momentum in many parts of the country. He was speaking after his arrest in Alappuzha while leading a protest march organised by the Alappuzha District Congress Committee against the police action on protesters, including students, in various parts of the country.
Ready to surrender my life but will not bow down to politics of hatred: CM Mamata Banerjee
Kolkata, Dec 16 (ANI): Chief Minister of West Beng...
Tata Sons mulls legal recourse after losing round one to Mistry
The ruling threatens to create more uncertainty for the group as it has immed...
The 50/30/20 rule for managing personal finances
How should your income be divided among necessities, luxuries and savings? Luckily, there's a thumb rule.
Staycations, bleisure to rule hospitality sector in 2020, small towns likely to see surge in tourism
The young generation is looking for quality experiences that are essentially wallet-friendly.
PPF Scheme 2019: Account will not be liable to attachment
The new rules called the Public Provident Fund Scheme, 2019 have replaced all the previous PPF rules with immediate effect. New rules allow an individual to open an account by making an application in Form-1. However, no joint PPF account is allowed.
2019 beer round-up: Hoppy ales, lagers and other brews that ruled this year
The overall beer consumption in 2019 dropped as compared to 2018.
RBI's customer protection rules will benefit depositors
The complainants used two ATMs in this locality and were duped include customers of HDFC Bank and United Bank of India.
How evolving ESG disclosure rules are altering investment dynamics
Much progress has been made in this area, but there is still some way to go.
Mumbai to remain open 24x7 from Jan 27: Aaditya Thackeray
Noting that London's 'night economy' was five billion pounds, state Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray told reporters here after the Cabinet meeting that the government's decision could help generate more revenue and jobs, in addition to the existing five lakh people working in the service sector.
Relaxed phytosanitary rules lead to surge in onion imports, help lower prices
At a meeting called by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade, traders assured officials that fears of foreign pests and disease impacting domestic onion crops due to relaxed phytosanitary norms were unfounded.
Court that put Cyrus Mistry back in Bombay House has often had its rulings changed
Six of the eight big cases decided in 2019 by the NCLAT have been reversed or modified by the top court, a larger proportion than previous years. This has decided the fate of several companies such as Anil Ambani’s Reliance Communications and big-ticket insolvencies including that of Essar Steel India.
SC directs Centre, states to appoint information commissioners in CIC, SICs within 3 months
It is proposed to appoint the CIC in to succeed the incumbent on completion of the tenure likely on January 11, 2020, it said. Sudhir Bhargava is the Chief Information Commissioner. Besides the top post in the CIC, the government has also decided to fill the four vacant posts of Information Commissioners.
Trading rules based on ROC
A negative divergence occurs when the indicator starts falling.
Regulation for vintage vehicles soon; number plates to display 'VA'
In a respite for enthusiasts and collectors of vintage cars, classic vehicles of more than 50 years of age may flash special number plates and enjoy exemption from scrappage once the regulation for these vehicles are formalised.
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