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PM to meet all BJP CMs; presidential polls, pro-poor policies in focus
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PM to meet all BJP CMs; presidential polls, pro-poor policies ...

Archis Mohan/Business Standard reports:Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet all the 13 chief ministers of the Bharatiya Janata Party-ruled states and five deputy chief ministers.The meeting is expected to discuss the party's preparations for the upcoming Presidential polls, besides the need for the BJP-ruled state governments to implement pro-poor policies more effectively.The electoral college for the election of the President comprises elected members of both Houses of Parliament and ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago

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GST: Why small businesses may under-report income initially

Some may lose competitiveness due to higher compliance costs When the nationwide goods and service tax rolls out on July 1, it is likely that micro and small enterprises will under-report their yearly income. Firms might do so to stay in the Rs 20-50 lakh bracket so that a low tax rate of 1-2 per cent applies to them. Increased compliance under GST will benefit firms in the long run by providing them access to cheaper capital and lower input costs, in the short term, the switch from the ...
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Taj has the best service, Indigo's the best airline...

Marriott has the best breakfast in town.New Delhi airport has the best stores. IndiGo is the best airline in the business.Kishore Singh on the good, bad and worst among hotels, airports and airlines.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Having spent the last few months on the road, I can say with a degree of assurance that it is the small things that make a hotel great -- like when you have a cold, and the chef sends you a soup to make you feel better. The Taj group has some of the best ...
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Start-up mantra: 'Ship today, fix tomorrow'

Don't wait for the perfect product. If it helps the business, go ahead and do it, advises Anurag Srivastava, co-founder, BigStylist.com. IMAGE*: Test your product. Speak to people. Get feedback.Photograph: StartupStockPhotos/Pixabay.com If you are running a tech team for a start-up, you know that it is not the easiest job in the world. You would be writing codes and cool algos (algorithms) to keep the product moving, taking interviews after interviews, keeping up with the increase in site/app ...
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Normal rain prediction lifts business sentiment

The IMD attributed the projection to a weakening of El Niño and the Indian Ocean Dipole turning positive. The monsoon is likely to be just normal at 96 per cent of the Long Period Average (LPA) this year for the second year in a row, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Tuesday, giving rise to expectations of three to four per cent farm gross domestic product (GDP) growth, which would fuel rural demand and ease food inflation. However, an assessment of the specific impact ...
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Does the key to Digital India lie with your local cable operator?

The cable TV industry has connected more than 100 million households in the country. If a feasible business model is worked out for cable operators, they will not only build the last-mile networks, but also market them among the local population telling people the benefits as well as how to utilise them, says T V Ramachandran. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com.  With the announcement by ACT Fibernet in March this year, Hyderabad has become India's first city to offer one gigabyte per ...
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E-commerce definition too wide in GST, may even cover commodity exchange

The chamber has sought clarity from government to remove uncertainty among businesses The government must clearly outline the scope of ‘e-commerce’ under the goods and services tax (GST), as the current definition can include even commodity derivatives exchanges where there is no actual delivery of goods, Assocham has said. “E-commerce definition, as given in GST dispensation, has been left so wide that it could go well beyond Amazon or Flipkart marketplace platforms and may ...
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Supreme Court orders auction of Sahara's Aamby Valley

The Supreme Court has ordered the auction of Sahara's Aamby Valley over the business conglomerate's alleged failure to deposit money for refunding to its investors. The SC bench has directed Sahara Group's Subrata Roy be personally present in the next date of hearing on April 28th in the case.The top court has told appointed Bombay High Court official liquidator for selling the prime property in Lonavala.Last week, the Supreme Court had said if the Sahara Group fails to deposit Rs. 5,092.6 ...
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Corruption in business: India ranks 9th

The ranking has improved marginally from the survey findings in 2015 when India was at the sixth position India ranks ninth among 41 countries in bribery and corrupt practices in businesses, according to the findings of a recent survey. Nearly 78 per cent respondents queried in the country said that bribery and corrupt practices happen widely in businesses here, as per the EY Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Fraud Survey 2017. India ranks behind Ukraine, Cyprus, Greece, Slovenia, ...
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China has no business telling India what to do: Khandu

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today said China has no business telling India what to do with regard to the Dalai Lama's movement in the country."China has no business telling us what to do and what not to do (regarding the Dalai Lama's movement). It is not our next-door neighbour. India shares boundary with Tibet, not with China," he said. "In reality, the McMahon Line demarcates the boundary between India and Tibet," he said.Khandu, who accompanied the Dalai Lama during an ...
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