The right to food campaign is dismayed by the Indian government's reckless attempt to renew currency notes, known as demonetization, without any serious attention to the consequences it may have for poor people. This move serves no clear purpose and ... Counter Currents, 3 weeks ago
India's Demonetization Undermines the Right to Food and the Right to Life - Global Research, 3 weeks ago
2 images for "balram garg"
In the past few days, the change has been even more noticeable. (Reuters) The Bank Street of Karol Bagh, a key jewellery hub in the national capital, is a silent witness to the changing moods of the Indian gold customer. Six-seven years ago, on a ...Financial Express, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Branded gold coins may become cheaper after the government scrapped 1 per cent excise duty on them. In a notification, the (CBEC) said excise duty will be nil on gold coins of purity 99.5 per cent and above, bearing a brand name when ...Economic Times, 1 month ago CBEC removes 1% excise duty on branded gold coins Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: The Jaipur Jewellery Show, the country's largest business to consumer studded jewellery show held annually in the Pink City, has been postponed till further notice because of poor consumer sentiment and cash crunch among buyers due to the ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
Exchange of old ornaments for new is keeping the business going at jewelleries, with prices holding firm after demonetisation Jewellers are bracing themselves for a winter of low demand as cash in consumer pockets has dwindled after the ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
The jewellery industry has welcomed the government's decision to ban old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, saying gold demand will rise as people will have more faith in the precious metal than the currency notes. "It will create havoc for a little while and the economy will also destablise. But overall, it is going to be good for the country. In fact, the jewellery industry will thrive as people will have more trust on jewellery than currency notes," Gitanjali Gems Chairman and Managing Director ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Gold and jewellery sales were up 30 per cent this Dhanteras, with jewellers across the country recording brisk business on the auspicious day on the back of favourable price and a good monsoon.Dhanteras is considered to be an auspicious day for buying gold, silver and other valuables and is largely celebrated in North and West India.P N Gadgil Jewellers Managing Director Saurabh Gadgil said that good monsoon, pent up demand of the first half of this year which was affected by jewellers' strike, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Dhanteras puts the shine back on gold sales Rediff.com, 2 months ago Gold, silver shine on Dhanteras;sales seen higher by up to 25% Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!