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Power to fix age limit of vehicles lies with govt: Centre

The National Green Tribunal's historic order banning 10-year-old diesel vehicles in Delhi- NCR "violated" the law and the authority to fix the age of a vehicle lays with the Executive, the government..

South Africa targets over 1,00,000 tourists from India in 2017

Looking at the growth trend we are expecting to host 1,04,000 Indian tourists in 2017," South Africa Tourism in India Country Manager Hanneli Slabber told

Walmart India plans to open 10 wholesale outlets in Telangana in 5-7 years

Each store will create about 2,000 jobs both direct and indirect," Krish Iyer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Walmart India said.

GST implementation: There are top-level vacancies at Cetral Board of Excise and Customs

The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC), the apex policy-making body on indirect taxes, has only two members against the sanctioned strength of six.

Outsource government services, bring in private sector talent: Niti Aayog

Policy think-tank Niti Aayog has suggested outsourcing of public services to private hands in order to reduce dependence on the government administrative machinery.

FATCA: Get your compliance done today or your bank account will be frozen

According to the new norm being imposed by the Indian banking system from May 1, 2017, all bank account holders, mutual funds, and insurance scheme investors are expected to compulsorily get their..

How long should you keep your tax records?

Your tax work isn't done once you file your return. 
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China April official services PMI falls to 54.0 vs 55.1 in March

Growth in China's services sector slowed slightly in April compared with the previous month but remained robust, an official survey showed on Sunday.

China April manufacturing activity expands in April, official PMI falls from previous month

Growth in China's manufacturing sector slowed in April, an official survey showed on Sunday, as producer price rises lost steam and authorities moved to tackle risks in the property market and credit..

British PM May sets out plans to protect pensions during takeovers

British Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to protect workers against irresponsible practices over pensions on Sunday, promising new regulations on how schemes are handled during corporate takeovers.

£6.5m paid for Fred Goodwin legal expenses under spotlight

£6.5m paid for fred goodwin legal expenses under spotlight
Louise Haigh, Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy, tabled three parliamentary questions about the payments last week.

Sales rise again as recovery goes on at Morrisons

sales rise again as recovery goes on at morrisons
Same-store sales are expected to have risen by as much as 2 per cent in the past three months.

UK turnover soars 30% for Chinese telecoms group Huawei

uk turnover soars 30% for chinese telecoms group huawei
Huawei saw turnover jump by a third thanks to the continuing rollout of 4G wireless networks, fixed rural phone network connections and growing demand for smart TV products.

Sian Lloyd on how she tripled her money on property

sian lloyd on how she tripled her money on  property
Lloyd, Britain’s longest-serving female weather forecaster, admits to a life of privilege and luxury – and says it is primarily down to the money lessons her parents taught her as a child.

Investment cash plunges 12% as tax rules change

investment cash plunges 12% as tax rules change
Revenue & Customs has revealed the amount raised by companies using the Enterprise Investment Scheme tax relief fell 12 per cent in 2015-16.

Seed Fund gets a taste for food stars of the future

seed fund gets a taste for food stars of the future
The Seed Fund will select 12 of the 24 start-ups for its academy over the summer, where they will receive mentoring and attend workshops, with one winner receiving a prize worth £100,000.

Insurance premiums for next top dog set to rise by a third

insurance premiums for next top dog set to rise by a third
French bulldogs, which are set to become Britain’s most popular breed, now cost an average of £495 a year to insure.

How to fight back private companies issuing parking fines

how to fight back private companies issuing parking fines
Although car park operators are using increasingly sinister tactics to ensure parking fines are paid, victims can hit back. About half of fines challenged are overturned.

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Sirius digs deep to mine in the Moors

midas share tips: sirius digs deep to mine in the moors
Sirius is developing a 200-square mile mining project in the middle of the Yorkshire Moors and just a few miles from Teesside.

TSB boss lashes out at the resurgence of reckless lending

tsb boss lashes out at the resurgence of reckless lending
TSB’s chief executive Paul Pester admits the bank is so alarmed by the spectre of falling house prices that it has effectively pulled out of lending to first-time buyers in London.

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