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Coconut oil Rs.12,400.00 (Nom)

Coconut oil Rs.12,400.00 (Nom),Coconut oil (Milling) Rs.13,000.00, Copra (FAQ) Rs.8,450.00, Copra (As it is) Rs.8,375.00, Oil Cake Rotary Rs.2,700.00, Expeller Rs.2,300.00 (Rates per quintal). Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
Coconut oil Rs.12,800.00 (Nom) Business Standard, 1 month ago
Coconut oil Rs.12,600.00 (Nom) Business Standard, 1 month ago

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H-1B visa rules: All you need to know about the new regulations

Here is an FAQ on the H1B visa programme
 Business Standard1 month ago What new H-1B visa rules mean: All you need to know  Business Standard1 month ago
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Start-up FAQ: Why closing down can be tougher than starting up

The Stayzilla episode raises questions over the regulations around the closure of a business, says Sudipto Dey. Illustrations: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   Which laws govern closing down a start-up business?   The applicable law will depend on the nature of the start-up. If incorporated as a company, it will be governed by the Companies Act, 2013. If set up as a limited liability partnership, it will be covered by the LLP Act, 2008. The definition of start-up, as provided by the ministry ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago FAQs: Why closing down can be tougher than starting up  Business Standard2 months ago

In GST regime, tax evasion over Rs 5 cr a non-bailable offence

In a 223-page FAQ on Goods and Services Tax (GST), the CBEC said other offences under the act are non-cognizable and bailable. The post In GST regime, tax evasion over Rs 5 cr a non-bailable offence appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 month ago FAQs on GST migration  Sify3 days ago GST: Tax evasion over Rs 5 cr a non-bailable offence  Business Standard1 month ago
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Everything you need to know about Paytm Payments Bank

Following a huge success thanks to the demonetization in India, Paytm today announced the launch of Paytm Payments Bank. According to the company, the Paytm Payments Bank is the first to offer zero charges on online transactions, no minimum balance ...
 Tech24 days ago Paytm Complains Misuse Of Their Wallet With Credit Card Transfers; Imposes 2% Fee On Credit Card Recharges  Trak.in2 months ago

Green ministry reissues GM mustard FAQs

Anti-GM groups argue conflict of interest in Harsh Vardhan's appointment as he holds S&T portfolio
 Business Standard5 days ago

Facebook's new anti-fake news strategy is not going to work – but something else might

Have you seen some “ tips to spot fake news ” on your Facebook newsfeed recently? Over the past year, the social media company has been scrutinized for influencing the US presidential election by spreading fake news (propoganda). Obviously, the ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

SRK gives funny tribute to Chris Lynn and Sunil Narine

Shah Rukh Khan's IPL team Kolkata Knight Rider took a comfortable win in a crucial game against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) yesterday.The 51-year-old actor took to Twitter and gave a funny tribute to the star players of the day - Chris Lynn and Sunil ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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N Srinivasan joins BCCI SGM from London

Former BCCI president N Srinivasan is attending the Special General Meeting from London via video conference, raising questions about the eligibility criteria as per the Lodha Committee diktat. "Yes, Mr Srinivasan is attending the meeting via Skype from ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Srini checks in; COA diktat puts BCCI in a fix ahead of SGM  Rediff.com1 month ago

MPs, MLAs return to school for GST training

The government is going all out to spread awareness about the new indirect tax regime, and training lawmakers is being seen as a necessary first step. The objective, Dilasha Seth and Archis Mohan find, is to convey to the masses, through every intermediary possible, that the GST is consumer-friendly. 'India lost 12 lakh cr due to BJP's opposition to GST' IMAGE: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, centre, arrives at a GST seminar in Gujarat. Along with training, the government is advertising ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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