With West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee rejecting the Centre's suggestion that the states can borrow to meet the GST (Goods and Services Tax ) Revenue shortfall, Chief Ministers in states including Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Punjab have expressed their dissent over the Goods and Services Tax (GST) shortfall compensation.
The shares of Vodafone Idea, the country’s third-largest Telecom Operator showed a 5% debacle after the company reported RS 73, 878 net losses for the fiscal ending March 2020.
The banks all set to reinstate the rate of ATM transactions from July 1. The relaxations given over ATM transaction rate till June 31 following the lock down have been decided to restore.
The Central government has given permission for the ordinance which provide prerogative for the RBI to curb the co-operative banks.
Government is all set to meet the revenue collections between the state and centre. It also will make efforts to address the woes faced by certain industrialists. The government would likely to impose 2% Cess on certain goods including the items falling between the 5% and 18% slabs. The government
Cyrus Mistry was removed in a coup as Chairman of TaTa sons in October 2016. Mistry is the descendant of a wealthy Shapoorji Pallonji Family.
A steep cut in onion price is exuded in the state market. The price of onion per kilogram reached Rs 100 by being lowered RS 40 per kg. The traders expect the price to have more decreased in the coming days.
World Economic Forum finds out that Singapore overtake United States as the most competitive country in long term economic growth and productivity. The 40-year-old agency reported that healthy life expectancy, preparedness for future skills in the 21st century.
Gold price slumped to RS 27,760 per one sovereign gold. The price exuded a steep lowering of RS 240 per sovereign. Weeks before the price hits at RS 29,120 per sovereign.
The oil companies decided to remove the ban ensued government offer of RS 100 crore to be provided for the companies per each month to the due.. On August 22, the oil companies decided not to supply fuel to the neck-debt Air India. The ban over providing fuel to Air