The Telegraph
Monday , December 26 , 2016

ECL fears relapse into sickness

Eastern Coalfields Ltd may suffer a loss of Rs 500 crore in the current fiscal after it cut prices to compete against cheaper high-grade coal from Australia, South Africa and Indonesia. The Coal...   | Read..

FM soothes investor nerves

Finance minister Arun Jaitley today said there was no move to impose long-term capital gains tax on share transactions, an issue investors are hugely touchy about.   | Read..

Tech margins under threat in Trump era

The margins of some of the top tech companies are likely to take a hit if US President-elect Donald Trump raises H1B visa fees or the minimum wages in this segment.   | Read..

City health start-up to expand

Calcutta-based healthcare start-up Healthy Billions has raised $1 million from Global Engineering and Procurement (GEP) - an engineering services company in the UK - for...   | Read..

Telcos seek essential tag under GST

Telecom operators have made fresh representations to the finance ministry seeking a uniform rate across states with a cap of 15 per cent in the proposed goods and services...   | Read..

Pension reform drill

In its bid to optimise the retirement income of the New Pension System (NPS) members, the PFRDA is exploring alternative mechanisms to introduce different variants of the...   | Read..

Retro tax truce with riders

Vodafone, Cairn Energy and other companies facing retrospective tax demand will have to withdraw legal cases and give up the right to contest constitutional validity of...   | Read..
ECL fears relapse into sickness

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