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Uber says it's back, seeks radio taxi licence

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Uber said it would introduce additional safety measures, including more stringent driver checks, an in-app emergency button and a dedicated incident response team. TOPICS Taxi-hailing firm ... The Hindu, 6 days ago

Does The Indian Contract Act need a re-look?

One of the oldest acts in Indian statute books, The Indian Contact Act, 1872, needs to recognise non-compete restrictions, bring more clarity in provisions for e-contracts, and regulate unfair terms of a contract, say legal experts Sudipto Dey ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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How Flipkart, Snapdeal are keeping fake products at bay

HYDERABAD: Stung by instances of rogue sellers on their platform shipping dubious products, online marketplaces are putting in place measures to tighten systems and avoid signing up sellers who can tarnish their brand image. The steps range from ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago How Flipkart, Amazon & others tackle delivery woes  Times of India3 weeks ago How e-retailers are keeping fake products at bay  Economic Times2 weeks ago How e-retailers such as Flipkart, Amazon are keeping the fske products at bay  Economic Times3 weeks ago

Hedge funds turn cautious, check on India companies before investing

MUMBAI: As the stock market sets new records almost every other day, many India-focused hedge funds have turned cautious, rushing to investigators for reassurance on the money that they are investing here. These funds are seeking the services of ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Spike in valuation and past experiences affect Japanese fund flows

MUMBAI: Though Japan had promised $35 billion worth of investments to India during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Japan visit, the number of Japanese in-bound deals have actually dipped, reflecting a wait-and-watch stance adopted by the Japanese ...
 Times of India1 month ago Japanese inbound deals dip despite Modi's pitch | Govt to lure investors to North-East  Economic Times1 month ago

Faber-Castell files Rs 75-crore damages against former managing director Anup Bhaskaran Rana

MUMBAI: German stationary maker Faber-Castell Aktiengesellschaft has sought Rs 75 crore in damages from its India joint venture partner, Anup Bhaskaran Rana, for allegedly helping rival businesses, as part of a year-old dispute that centres on ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

India Inc may get a breather on related party deals

Corporations may soon find it easier to implement the provisions on related party transactions (RPT) in the new Company Law. In a bid to increase the ease of doing business in India, the Narendra Modi-led Government has decided to move a slew of ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

India Inc takes baby steps on gender sensitisation, women's safety at workplace

NEW DELHI: Earlier this month, an anonymous mail drafted and circulated by a bunch of women employees at information technology major Infosys levelled serious charges of harassment against a senior executive. Infosys did not comment on the issue ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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