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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 24, 2021
FMCG major Nestle India on Friday apologised for wrongly depicting Manipur's Keibul Lamjao National Park location in Meghalaya on the packaging of its KitKat chocolate after objection by authorities from the state government; Facebook Inc said on Thursday it was taking steps to incorporate direct feedback from users to arrange their News Feed as per their preference; Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies suffered hefty losses on Friday on concern that U.S. President Joe Biden's plan to raise capital gains taxes will curb investment in digital assets. Watch this and more on News Blast.Also Read: Covishield price row: Centre says will procure vaccine at Rs 150, provide for free to states


Shailendra Shukla
New Delhi, April 24, 2021
Nestle apologise for wrongly depicting Keibul Lamjao National Park on packagingFMCG major Nestle India on Friday apologised for wrongly depicting Manipur's Keibul Lamjao National Park location in Meghalaya on the packaging of its KitKat chocolate after objection by authorities from the state government. The packaging of the particular batch of the KitKat travel break chocolate had also displayed a picture of a Red Panda, a species that is not found at the Keibul Lamjao National Park.Faceboo...


Reuters
April 23, 2021
The selloff came after reports that the Biden administration is planning a raft of proposed changes to the U.S. tax code


BusinessToday.In
March 6, 2021
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman hints that the Centre may not go for a blanket ban on digital currencies in the country; says it's open to experimentation with new technologies


Avneet Kaur
March 4, 2021
The proposed bill to ban cryptocurrency in India has spooked existing Bitcoin and other crypto investors, it is also keeping prospective investors at bay. However, some crypto experts see a silver lining. They say at least the government has finally started discussing cryptocurrency


BusinessToday.In
March 4, 2021
NRIs facing double taxation even after taking into account the relief provided by the relevant Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement will have to fill Form-NR electronically by March 31, 2021


Aprajita Sharma
March 3, 2021
There are talks of North Block considering an 18 per cent GST on Bitcoin transactions. But, could there be a sin tax of 28 per cent, given its alleged nefarious status


Mudit Kapoor | Mohsin Shaikh
March 2, 2021
A V-shaped recovery in crude prices and heavy taxes have pushed petrol prices beyond Rs 100 per litre in many cities of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh


Manoj Sharma
February 25, 2021
Das says RBI does not want to be left behind in the technological revolution, and that the benefits of blockchain technology need to be capitalised on


Nischal Shetty
February 20, 2021
The government should take notice and hold discussions with the crypto industry of India before moving ahead with regulations for this sector


BusinessToday.In
February 9, 2021
Balaji Amines share has risen 24% in one week, 25% in one month and 248% in one year. Year-to-date, the stock has risen 55%


BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2021
Budget 2021: The digital currency platforms in India are quite hopeful that the government will make Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies interoperable with the current banking infrastructure


Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi, January 22, 2021
The benchmark Sensex has breached the psychological 50,000-mark thanks to roll out of COVID vaccines, better-than-expected corporate earnings in third quarter of FY21 and ample global liquidity. The upside momentum seems to continue with record FII inflows and Robinhood investors taking direct participation in equities. What should you do at the current juncture? We highlight key trends in the video. Read: Sensex at 50,000: What happens next?Also watch: Passwords, taxes and more: What you must know about Bitcoin


Aprajita Sharma
New Delhi, January 21, 2021
Is losing money in your investments the worst thing that can happen to you? A Bitcoin investor may lose millions of dollars in Bitcoin due to the forgotten password. In this digital age, it is not easy to remember so many passwords. But in the case of Bitcoin, you will end up losing your fortunes if you forget your account password. This is one of the many reasons why you should be cautious about investing in cryptocurrencies. Watch as Aprajita Sharma, Business Today talks about measures to keep the bitcoin passwords safe in detail.Also Read: Sensex at 50,000: What happens next?


Aprajita Sharma
January 12, 2021
The Bitcoin prices may have corrected about 25 per cent in last three days. It had shot through the roof over the last few months - from $6000-odd in April to $41,946.74 as on January 8, its all-time high. It hit a day's low of $30,549.60 on Monday


Dipak Mondal
December 31, 2020
Even if the government manages to collect the same tax amount in the last four months of FY21 as it did last fiscal, the total tax collection would be around Rs 18.6 lakh crore, almost 6 lakh crore lower than the budgeted estimate


BusinessToday.In
December 29, 2020
The CEIB has conducted a study on levying GST on cryptocurrencies. It suggested finance ministry that bitcoin can be categorised under 'intangible assets' class and GST could be imposed on all transactions


Aprajita Sharma
December 28, 2020
Factoring in bank charges, conversion rate and taxes, the real rate of return on your overall investments may not be as attractive as it appears on the paper


PTI
December 27, 2020
The government had notified certain changes to the GST Rules on December 22 and some of the rules are set to be applicable from January 1 next year


BusinessToday.In
December 26, 2020
\"These trains would be more energy-efficient than the earlier trains of Delhi Metro because of improved design features such as better regeneration of energy during braking, energy-efficient subsystems like LED lighting and air conditioning systems,\" the DMRC said


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