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BusinessToday.In
July 13, 2018
The prosecution argued that Johnson & Johnson were aware that its talc is contaminated with asbestos since 1970s but did not warn their customers about the risks involved.


Sumant Banerji
July 12, 2018
Zero safety rating for Made in India Renault Kwid in ASEAN NCAP tests again exposes domestic auto industry's soft underbelly.


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, July 12, 2018
The report says despite all its achievements, Indian agriculture is still grappling with challenges like high monsoon dependency, unpredictable weather patterns, reduction in arable land, low per hectare yield, lower farmer incomes, etc.


Devika Singh
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
According to a study by digital marketing suite SEMrush, India ranks second to the US in search volume distribution for FIFA World Cup 2018. This means that after the US, India is the second country searching most about the event.


Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
Pronab Sen, former chief statistician of Indian and an economist, explains why it is difficult to measure the impact of GST on the unorganised sector.


Devika Singh
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
Should brands be opinionated on social media?


E. Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
Signs and symptoms of thyroid disorders can be subtle and often overlap with other health issues.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 9, 2018
Taking heed of the growing incidents of unsolicited messages being shared on WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned company is all set to roll out a new feature which will help in checking the misuse of the platform.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 6, 2018
The Facebook-owned messaging platform, WhatsApp, will award $50,000 to independent researchers who study the spread of false propaganda on the communication platform and highlight measures for curtailing the same.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 6, 2018
ED initiates extradition process against Nirav Modi under MLATWith the permission of special PMLA Court, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has begun the extradition process against diamantaire Nirav Modi in $2-billion PNB loan fraud case under PMLA. Till now, the extradition has been sought from UK, Belgium and a few other countries. But that's not all. The agency is also working on another strategy, i.e. MLAT. Sources told Indiatoday.in that the agency is also making a request for extradition of Nirav Modi under Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT). MLATs are agreements between two or more countries, which create obligations under international law for governments to assist one another in criminal investigations and prosecutions. Mukesh Ambani unveils JioGigaFiber at RIL AGM 2018The richest man in the country who runs India's largest private enterprise by revenue has announced his ambitious plan for taking India among Top 5 nations in fixed-line broadband.Ambani also launched the advanced version of Jio's flagship device, JioPhone. Besides, he also launched Jio Gigafibre. The new Jio Phone 2 will hit the markets by August 16 this year and will be available at a price of Rs. 2999. Mukesh Ambani has also announced the Jio Monsoon offer, he informed that old JioPhone users can exchange their phones in just Rs 501 under the special Reliance Jio Monsoon offer. The offer is valid till July 21. He also informed that Reliance Jio and Retail ventures were the top earners for the company in the previous fiscal year. Kishore Biyani's Future Lifestyle Fashions acquires stake in fashion etailer KoovsIn a regulatory filing yesterday, Biyani-led Future Lifestyle Fashions Ltd (FLFL) disclosed that it has reached a conditional agreement with leading e-commerce fashion business Koovs to acquire up to 29.9 per cent stake in it, subject to regulatory and procedural approvals. According to Mint, FLFL will shell out Rs 140 crore for this acquisition, which will be funded through internal accruals and the money it had raised though a stake sale to Singapore-based private equity firm L Catterton Asia in May. E-tailers exploring ways to improve reverse logistics costs: Study  E-tailers are increasingly looking for ways to improve their \"reverse logistics\" capabilities to offset the high costs associated with handling returned goods, a study by Zebra Technologies said today. Reverse logistics refers to the process of return of a product to the manufacturer or the company. The study said that while handling product returns is not a new challenge, it has become an \"infinitely bigger concern\" in an omni-channel marketplace.The report said merchants are increasingly exploring new models to offset the costs of returns.About 58 per cent of retail respondents said they add a surcharge for returns currently, while a segment of participants said they plan to do so in the future.About 35 per cent of the respondents of the study in the Asia-Pacific region were from IndiaIran to Trump: oil will cost $100 per barrel, and it is your faultOil will soon cost $100 per barrel due to supply disruptions caused by U.S. President Donald Trump, Iran's OPEC Governor told Reuters on Thursday, as he warned expectations that Saudi Arabia and Russia would help bring down prices were in vain.Trump again accused the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries of driving fuel prices higher on Wednesday, and urged U.S. allies such as Saudi Arabia to pump more if they wanted Washington to continue protecting them against their top foe Iran. Iran, OPEC's third-largest producer, is facing U.S. sanctions on its oil exports that are prompting some buyers to cut purchases.Indian Aviation Records Double Digit Passenger Growth For Nearly Fourth Straight YearIndia registered double-digit domestic air passenger growth for the forty fifth straight month in May even as volumes moderated in recent months. The International Air Transport Association said that the country's revenue passenger kilometre--a measure of passenger volumes--rose 16.6 percent in May. Seasonally-adjusted passenger volume in India has fallen back in recent months alongside some mixed signs on the economic front, it said. IATA said that this year growth is expected to slow slightly due to reduced stimulus from lower airfares and a mixed economic backdrop.


BusinessToday.In
July 3, 2018
The panel, which was set up to study the feasibility of an ARC/AMC for faster resolution of bad loans, has suggested a five-pronged strategy that includes -- SME resolution approach, bank-led resolution approach, AMC/AIF led resolution approach, NCLT/IBC approach, and asset-trading platform.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 2, 2018
On the issue of Opposition making a big hue and cry over jobless growth, Modi says he does not blame the Opposition as the country itself lacks the accurate matrix to measure jobs being created in 'New India'.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 2, 2018
The move will have a big impact on Indian-American women as they are the major beneficiary of the Obama-era rule. Fearing job loss, many such women have started applying in different companies back in India.


BusinessToday.In
July 2, 2018
\"What India needs is a modern, clean, safe and fast rail system,\" Sreedharan said.


Vidya S
June 30, 2018
While social media has become an integral part of modern-day life with even a day marked for it (June 30), users say the 12-year old Facebook is aging. It is making way for Instagram and Snapchat, especially among the all-important age group of 18-35 whose eyeballs these platforms vie for.


BusinessToday.In
June 28, 2018
Rupee collapsed to a record low of 69.10 against the US dollar by plunging 49 paise in early trade today as rising crude oil prices deepened concerns about the country's current account deficit and inflation dynamics.


PTI
New Delhi, June 27, 2018
CBIC member John Joseph says investigation has revealed that a modus operandi is being followed whereby fake invoices are being generated for goods which have not been supplied at all. Based on these invoices, some entities are claiming input tax credit.


www.businesstoday.in
June 27, 2018
As we all become more reliant on air conditioners, we forget what our ACs can do to our environment. AC is powered by electricity and the effect of electricity production is detrimental to the environment. Air conditioners emit hazardous pollutants like hydrofluorocarbons. Watch BusinessToday.In video to find out what ACs can do to our environment.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 27, 2018
It said that irrespective of distress conditions, there was an increase of over Rs 2 crore in amount disbursed in banks after Aadhaar-linked payment or ALP.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 26, 2018
The study was conducted across 10 key sectors including aviation, education, real estate, IT, and e-commerce.


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