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What would happen if 'Kashmir's law' was applied to India Inc
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What would happen if 'Kashmir's law' was applied to India Inc

When powers vested by the Finance Bill 2017 begin to get mildly used, fellow Indians living in the corporate bubble will get a faint whiff of what life can be like when you run a grocery store in the streets of Kashmir or the North East. Until then, says Somasekhar Sundaresan, there will be no let-up in the enthusiasm to wage war on social media against civilians being punished for protesting against government excesses. Almost everyone in the Indian corporate world has a view on the ongoing ... Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago

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Why April 1 is spooking India Inc!

With a new higher tax regime coming into effect from the new financial year, top corporates and wealthy investors are in a rush to restructure their shareholding, report Pavan Burugula and Dev Chatterjee.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Reliance Industries recently announced a restructuring involving Rs 1.3 lakh crore of shares within promoter entities. Similarly, Aurobindo Pharma transferred shares totalling Rs 13,200 crore belonging to promoters into a family trust. Investment guru ...
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Uber Issues: Why Uber can't use Greyball technology in India

Ride services company Uber Technologies Inc for years has used a secret tool to avoid authorities in markets where its service faced resistance by law enforcement or was banned, the company confirmed on Friday. The New York Times first reported the existence ...
 DNA2 months ago

Priyank Kharge wants private firms to be allowed to participate in EVM hackathon

IT Minister Priyank Kharge, who had invited the Election Commission of India to hold its EVM hackathon in Bengaluru, is now not happy that only political parties have been invited to make an attempt to evaluate or tamper the machines. Earlier, Kharge had ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

The problem with India's tough stand on H1-B visa

Amid hints that the government might be exploring capping royalty payments by India-based subsidiaries to US companies, experts warn Subhayan Chakraborty why such a move will only hurt the Indian economy. Freedom from H-1B: Can Indian IT firms do it? IMAGE: US President Donald Trump speaks at the Snap-On Inc headquarters in Wisconsin in April 2017 before signing an executive order directing federal agencies to recommend changes to the temporary visa program used to bring foreign workers to ...
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Who benefits from the Sino-Pakistan corridor?

The CPEC poses a clear and imminent danger to Indian security interests, says Kulbir Krishan. The announcement on April 12 that China has approved additional financing for infrastructure projects in Pakistan under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor, taking the total investment to $62 billion, has been largely ignored by the Indian media, even though it has serious implications for Pakistan, China and the region. The CPEC, a collection of infrastructure projects originally valued at $46 ...
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Amazon's moves beyond retail get Wall Street thumbs up, for now

By Jeffrey Dastin SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's ventures far beyond online retail, from cloud computing to movie making, are raising questions among corporate strategy experts about its focus. The Seattle-based company wowed Wall Street again ...
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India can bolster Snapchat's prospects as Facebook goes after it

New Delhi: Founded in 2004, Facebook -- on track to hit two billion active monthly users this year -- is now the fifth-largest US firm by market capitalisation (exceeding $400 billion) and owns the world's most popular apps: WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.
 Sify1 month ago
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India's BIGGEST financial crisis and how it can be resolved

The indebtedness of Indian companies has had an adverse impact on the economy’s investment climate apart from weakening their performance and seriously impairing the financial health of the banking sector.Unless both the problems are resolved, there is little chance of reviving investment and boosting growth on a sustainable basis, says A K Bhattacharya. It is commonly acknowledged that India’s financial sector mess has given rise to two specific but inter-related challenges. There ...
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Indians leave bankers in the cold in $23 billion telecoms mega-deal

Investment banking business in India should be enjoying bumper fees after a record year of dealmaking. It's not, and big banks blame in-house teams of advisers that have proliferated as the country's top family-owned conglomerates tighten their grip. This ...
 Sify2 months ago
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