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Kashmir's economy suffers body blow, Rs 6,400 cr loss in 49 days
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Kashmir's economy suffers body blow, Rs 6,400 cr loss in 49 days

The ongoing unrest in Kashmir has led to a whopping Rs 6,400-crore loss to the economy of the Valley, with businesses being badly hit due to curfew and separatist sponsored strikes.Tourist and other business activities in Kashmir have come to a halt for the past 49 days after protests erupted in Kashmir following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in an encounter with security forces in southKashmir's Anantnag district on July 8.Clashes between protesters and security forces ... Rediff.com, 17 hours ago

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Not a good 'idea', sirji

The Aditya Birla group's decision to merge two companies, each with an existing clutch of diverse businesses, flies in the face of the accumulated wisdom regarding conglomerates, says T N Ninan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Investors have already hammered down the stock of both Grasim and Aditya Birla Nuvo -- one more than the other because of a perceived unfairness in the merger ratio. The real issue though is about the future, and how well a conglomerate can be expected to perform on ...
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Start-ups get a big boost from big companies

The idea that technology and startups with newer business models will not disrupt traditional businesses has been thrown out the window. The participation of large Indian corporates in providing financial backing to startups is growing, and while only firms such as Infosys and Wipro have set up dedicated startup funds, others are tracking disruptive technologies in their own sectors with clearance from their boards to sink money into startups if needed. Majority of Indian companies track ...
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Trump has driven small firms out of business: Hillary Clinton

'Donald Trump's ideas would result in a prolonged recession that would cost 3.4 million jobs'. Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, has made a career of 'stiffing' small businesses, choosing not to pay them and driving some of them out of business, Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has alleged. Citing an independent analysis, she also claimed Trump's ideas would cost 3.4 million jobs while her plan would create over 10 million new jobs. "Donald Trump has made a career of stiffing ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Trump says Clinton ran 'criminal enterprise'  Rediff.com22 hours ago Trump companies owe $650 million: Report  Rediff.com6 days ago
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Anil Ambani's elder son joins Reliance Capital board

Anmol, who has a degree from Warwick Business School in the UK, has also been visiting branches and meeting employees across businesses in different regions to get exposure and detailed understanding of businesses at grass-root level in the past two years Billionaire Anil Ambani's elder son Jai Anmol joined the board of Reliance Capital, on Tuesday, as an additional director after two years of training. Anmol, 24, has been working in various financial services businesses within Reliance ...
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New 'smart' windows to cut your power bills!

Smart windows are aimed at saving on cooling and heating bills for homes and businesses. Scientists have invented a new flexible smart material that, when incorporated into windows, sunroofs or curved glass surfaces, can control heat and light from the Sun and help cut electricity bills for homes. Researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin in the US used a new low-temperature process for coating the new smart material on plastic, which makes it easier ...
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Reform required at lower level to improve ease of doing business: Arun Jaitley

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday called for reforms at municipal and panchayat levels to complement the efforts of the Centre and the states to improve ease of doing business. Both the Centre and the states' steps to promote ease of ...
 India TV1 week ago Reforms At Lower Level Needed To Improve Ease Of Doing Business: Arun Jaitley  NDTV Profit1 week ago Reforms needed at municipal, panchayat levels to improve ease of doing business, says Jaitley  Firstpost.com1 week ago
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Gripping tale of an iconic businessman

Over the years, Mr Singh has got in and out of innumerable businesses, cutting across sectors. He is one businessman who I have always found to be in a start-up mode, says Bhupesh Bhandari. Analjit Singh will now become a shareholder in HDFC Life. He will also get richer by Rs 850 crore (Rs 8.5 billion), which is the non-compete fee he will receive for not floating a life insurance venture for the next four years. It is not clear what he will do with this money. Maybe he will invest it in his ...
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India Inc wants states to migrate to GST at one go

Companies are worried that any staggered roll-out of GST could result in cash flow issues with businesses not able claim tax credit due to breakage in the chain Corporate India will go all out to allay the fear of states that a standard goods and services (GST) rate of 18 per cent will have an adverse impact on states’ revenues. India Inc also wants all states to migrate to the GST framework at the same time. Companies are worried that any staggered roll-out of GST could result in cash ...
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In India, 15 of the top 20 business groups are family-owned!

Together, they controlled nearly Rs 26 lakh crore of assets at the end of FY16 Indian economy has gone through a roller-coaster ride since the country’s Independence. In 1947, India was an open economy but by the mid-1950s, big business was a bad word and soon the government placed regulatory limits on growth of big firms. Public sector firms were at the centre of the economy. Economic policy came a full circle in 1991, as P V Narasimha Rao government unleashed reforms and liberalised the ...
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