The Telegraph
Monday , July 17 , 2017

Duo grapple with GST anomaly

The goods and services tax (GST), which is expected to give a renewed push to growth, has hurt two major sectors - the $136-billion tourism industry and the $108-billion textile industry.   | Read..

Rollout review today

The GST Council will meet tomorrow to take stock of the implementation of the new indirect tax regime.   | Read..

Sebi scanner on board exits

Listed companies may soon have to give detailed reasons for the resignation of their independent directors.   | Read..

Insurance guard from cyber attack

ICICI Lombard is eyeing niche areas such as cyber insurance as it gears up for its initial public offer (IPO).   | Read..

Local assembly of Volvo cars

Volvo will start the local assembly of its cars at the company's Bangalore plant by the end of this year. Volvo Cars India shares the plant with sister concerns Volvo...   | Read..

Bad asset resolution timeline

Emboldened by the Banking Regulation (Amendment) Ordinance, the RBI is expected to push for the resolution of bad loans worth around Rs 8 lakh crore by March 2019, a move...   | Read..

Trai meet on tariff

Regulator Trai will meet telecom service providers on July 21 to seek their views on a "minimum floor price" for voice and data tariffs.   | Read..

Close watch on ONGC output

New Delhi, July 16 (PTI) The oil ministry has intensified the monitoring of oil and gas fields of state-owned companies such as ONGC to avoid slippages in domestic output,...   | Read..
Duo grapple with GST anomaly

 Press Releases
bullet Merger plan for banks
bullet RBI rate
bullet DeMo impact
bullet Fertiliser
bullet Logistics