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BusinessToday.In
August 11, 2018
The Delhi High Court has also asked the former promoters of Fortis Healthcare Limited, popularly known as the Singh brothers, to disclose all their transactions, including gifts, since 2016.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 3, 2018
Beverly Hills Polo Club said that once they sent legal notices to Amazon, the latter took down some URLs.


BusinessToday.In
August 2, 2018
The Delhi High Court yesterday directed the erstwhile promoters of Fortis Healthcare (FHL), the Singh brothers, to appear in person for the next hearing of case filed by Daiichi Sankyo.


PB Jayakumar
New Delhi, July 27, 2018
The drugs under question are 349 fixed dose combinations drugs containing two or more active pharmaceutical ingredients in a fixed dosage ratio, which are floating in the Rs 1.1-lakh crore Indian drug market.


Mail Today Bureau
July 23, 2018
The case dates back to January 2015, when Ajay Singh, who owned the airline earlier bought it back from Maran for a token sum of Rs 2 along with the Rs 1,500 crore debt burden, after the airline was grounded as it could not even pay its fuel bills.


Sumant Banerji
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
After displacing Samsung from pole position in smartphones, Xiaomi aims for a bigger play in Indian consumer durables.


Prosenjit Datta and Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
As the Goods and Services Tax turned one, Business Today organised a discussion to understand how the journey had been so far, and what needed to be done in future. The panel, comprising Anita Rastogi, partner, indirect tax, PwC; Abhishek A. Rastogi, partner, Khaitan & Co; Atul Gupta, senior director, Deloitte, Haskins & Sells LLP; Ajay Sahai, Director General & CEO, Federation of Indian Export Organisations; Harpreet Singh, partner, indirect tax, KPMG; and Anil Bhardwaj, secretary general, Federation of Indian Micro & Small and Medium Enterprises held a 90-minute discussion


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 5, 2018
Ever since Bhavdeep Singh was roped in as CEO by the country's second-largest hospital chain, its losses rose from Rs 73.6 crore in 2015-16 to Rs 74.7 crore in 2016-17.


PTI
New Delhi, July 5, 2018
The Delhi High Court today sought the Centre's response to a plea by Vodafone challenging an order that the high court has jurisdiction to entertain a plea against the international arbitration initiated by the company against India in connection with a tax demand of Rs 11,000 crore.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 4, 2018
CBI seeks custodial interrogation of P Chidambaram in INX Media caseThe Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday moved a plea in the High Court for permission to go ahead with the custodial interrogation of former finance minister P Chidambaram in the INX Media corruption case as he was not allegedly cooperating in the investigation. The investigating agency moved its application merely a few hours after Chidambaram's plea for extension of interim protection from arrest was granted by the Delhi High Court. The premier investigation agency made the submission in an affidavit filed before Justice A K Pathak, who listed the matter for hearing on August 1 and extended till then the interim protection against arrest granted to Chidambaram on May 31. Why should women do all the work?According to a recent report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO), in India women spend 297 minutes per day on the care responsibilities, 9.6 times more than men. While men spend only 30 minutes to provide care for elderly and children at home, one of the lowest in Asia-Pacific. Globally, the situation is not much different, where women perform 76.2 per cent of total of unpaid care work, three times as much as men. In Asia and the Pacific it rises to 80 per cent. In 2018, 49.5 per cent of women in Asia-Pacific declared that they cannot work or are not looking for a job due to unpaid care work. Govt warns WhatsApp over spread of messages triggering violence  The government today directed WhatsApp to immediately take steps to prevent the spread of \"irresponsible and explosive messages\", saying the social media platform cannot evade its responsibility, amid a spate of lynching cases purportedly triggered by posts circulated on such popular messaging apps. WhatsApp has also been asked to immediately contain the spread of such messages through application of technology, even as law and order machinery takes steps to apprehend the culprits. Noting that miscreants were repeatedly circulating provocative messages triggering a spate of violence, the government has said it has \"conveyed in no uncertain terms that WhatsApp must take immediate action to end this menace and ensure that their platform is not used for such malafide activities\". When contacted, a WhatsApp spokesperson told PTI, \"WhatsApp cares deeply about people's safety and their ability to freely communicate\". Google is letting third-party developers access your Gmail InboxThe Mountain View tech giant, Google, has been allowing third-party app developers to scan through inboxes of Gmail users, according to a recent Wall Street Journal report. In June last year, Google stopped scanning user's emails, which was being done to provide personalised ads. Despite curtailing the inapt practice, it has allowed hundreds of third-parties to continue doing the same. The report said, \"Google does little to police those developers, who train their computers - and, in some cases, employees - to read their users' emails.\"  Saudi says ready to pump more oil to balance market  Saudi Arabia, the world's top crude exporter, said today it was prepared to use its spare production capacity, estimated at two million barrels, to balance the global oil market. \"The kingdom is prepared to utilise its spare production capacity when necessary to deal with any future changes in the levels of supply and demand,\" a cabinet statement said following a meeting chaired by King Salman. The statement said the kingdom will coordinate with other producers.Saudi Arabia, which has been pumping around 10 million barrels per day, holds the largest spare capacity in the world and is the only country that can add substantial supply to the market. Harley-Davidson row: Trump says administration working to bring other motorcycle companies to US  President Donald Trump said today his administration is talking with other motorcycle companies about moving to the US after Harley Davidson decided to shift some operations overseas in the wake of retaliatory EU tariffs against American duties. Harley-Davidson said on June 25 that tariffs implemented by the EU would increase the average cost per motorcycle by about USD 2,200 and the company will shift some production overseas as a result. The European Union imposed the tariffs in retaliation against the Trump administration's duties on steel and aluminum imports, which were an effort by Trump to protect US jobs.


Mail Today Bureau
July 4, 2018
The premier investigation agency made the submission in an affidavit filed before Justice A K Pathak, who listed the matter for hearing on August 1 and extended till then the interim protection against arrest granted to Chidambaram on May 31.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 3, 2018
The SC is scheduled to hear the petition against the RBI circular on July 20, but had agreed for an early hearing on July 3 on a separate petition filed by Internet and Mobile Association of India, which considers the cryptocurrency exchanges as its members.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 28, 2018
Malvinder and his brother Shivinder Singh had resigned as directors from FHL's board in February this year, following the Delhi High Court order upholding the Rs 3,500 crore arbitral award in favour of Daiichi Sankyo.


PTI
June 12, 2018



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 12, 2018
Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for the second time for a fresh round of questioning pertaining to the Aircel-Maxis money laundering case.


BusinessToday.In
June 12, 2018
McDonald's 15 outlets in North and East India region have recorded highest ever sales in May. This happened despite the long-drawn dispute between McDonald's and its Indian franchise Connaught Plaza Restaurants - a Delhi-based company run by Vikram Bakshi.


Joe C. Mathew
New Delhi, June 11, 2018
Delhi HC denying Monsanto's patent right over a gm cotton seed has triggered a debate on the path ahead for innovation-led seed companies.


BusinessToday.In
June 8, 2018
Fortis Healthcare's due diligence by suitors has reportedly unearthed unpaid vendors' bills of Rs 450 crore and a penalty on its subsidiary Fortis Escorts Heart Institute that's to the tune of Rs 503 crore.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 6, 2018
The legal battle between McDonald's and its India partner Vikram Bakshi, also managing director of CPRL, has been going on for five years. Its northern and eastern business is still operated by Bakshi's company, despite the company terminating the franchise agreement of 169 outlets last year.


PTI
New Delhi, June 5, 2018
The government said there were separate verdicts by the high courts of Delhi, Bombay, Punjab and Haryana on the issue and the apex court had also passed different orders on appeals filed against those judgements.


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