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Rohingya crisis: U.S. negotiator quits advisory panel
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Rohingya crisis: U.S. negotiator quits advisory panel

A former United States ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson has resigned from an advisory panel over the Rohingya refugee crisis, calling it a pro-government "cheerleading squad".According to The New York Times, Richardson said in a statement, "It ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Will Salil Parekh manage to restore Infy's past glory?

Over the last years, taking the helm at Infosys has always had a strong resemblance with taking a roller-coaster ride Salil Parekh has been at the helm at Infosys for a little over four months. And he is set on laying a strong foundation for growth instead of focusing on short-term gains.   Within these few months, Parekh has attempted and mostly succeeded in instilling a sense of confidence among employees, laying out the growth strategy and clearing the mess around two past ...
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WhatsApp leaks force Sebi to scale up war on insider trading

Strengthening of rules governing insider trading is among the key proposals in the agenda set by Sebi for 2018-19, along with making improvement to the Prohibition of Insider Trading Regulations (PIT) and Prohibition of Fraudulent and Unfair Trade Practices regulations.  The Securities and Exchange Board of India is set to intensify its drive against individuals who misuse unpublished price-sensitive information (UPSI) to make illicit gains from the stock market.  Trading based on ...
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How govt plans to push generic drugs

The change in labelling, which is seen as a part of government’s effort to push generic drugs, will come into effect from September 13. The Union health ministry has tightened labelling norms for medicines, making it mandatory for pharmaceutical companies to print generic names of drugs in a font, which is two-font size larger than the brand name.   The change in labelling, which is seen as a part of government’s effort to push generic drugs, will come into effect from ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Fast unto death: Movement gaining strength

The demand for recognition to Rajasthani through inclusion in the 8th schedule is steadily gaining momentum. Rajasthanis from across the country have started a protest at Ramleela Maidan in New Delhi from Monday. Leading the agitation is Devkishan Rajpurohit ...
 DNA1 month ago

Govt asks banks to 'name and shame' wilful defaulters

Tightening the noose around wilful defaulters, the government has asked banks to name and shame such borrowers by publishing their photographs and other details in newspapers. The finance ministry has written a letter to all state-run banks directing them to ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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When it comes to CSR spending, one in three BSE 100 firms is a laggard

Corporate affairs ministry sending notices seeking details of fund disbursal At least 33 companies, or one-third of firms on the S&P BSE 100 list, have fallen short of the required corporate social responsibility (CSR) spending as mandated by the Companies Act.   The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) is sending out notices seeking details of how and on what CSR funds are being disbursed, say people familiar with the issue, adding officials want to check if corporate social work is ...
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Cabinet approves establishment of committee to supervise auditors

In a major move to implement stricter supervision of auditing firms and individuals, the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the proposal for establishing the National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA). The decision aims at ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Cabinet approves bill to seize all assets of 'Fugitive Offenders'  Sify1 month ago

After his Darwin theory remarks,HRD minister stokes controversy over Newton

The junior HRD minister, Satyapal Singh, has courted another controversy with his comment that 'mantras' had codified laws of motion before Isaac Newton, even as he sought to clarify his earlier remarks on Darwin's theory that had raised eyebrows, saying it was his "personal opinion".At a meeting of the Central Advisory Board of Education which was chaired by Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar, the IPS-turned-politician said that "certain 'mantras' codified the laws of motion much before they ...
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Governance in focus

It’s time investors started looking at the conduct of company manage- ment The crash of the Punjab National Bank stock after uncovering the Rs 11,300-crore scam has once again brought corporate governance standards in Indian companies into sharp focus. In a ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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