Why the old guard is leaving Tata

There were news before Mukund Rajan's exit announcement that he proposed a USD 1 billion bid to acquire the fiber assets of Tata Teleservices, along with private equity and pension funds.

How grandfathering of LTCG from equities would work

Some of the amendments are made to remove the ambiguities in the language in the Finance Bill tabled during budget and some of the amendments were made to address the concerns raised by different stakeholders.

IndiGo, SpiceJet shift over 120 flights to Delhi airport's Terminal 2 from March 25

A whopping 102 IndiGo flights have been shifted out, including flights connecting the capital to smaller cities like Bagdogra, Visakhapatnam, Udaipur, Vadodara and Srinagar. Basically, IndiGo has prefixed '2' to all flights that have been shifted out to make it easier for passengers.

India's jobs dilemma

After the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over the reins, the feeling that the country is not creating enough jobs has only increased.

India's GST among the most complex globally, simplification key to its success: World Bank report

The World Bank report points out that 49 countries use a single rate, 28 use two rates, and only five countries - India, Italy, Luxembourg, Pakistan and Ghana use four rates.

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