The lockdown has resulted in companies firing employees and widening the gap between jobseekers and recruiters. Certain non-profit ventures have taken things into stride to bridge the job divide.
Business owners, even after benefiting from the stimulus package, will go out of business in 5-6 months giving irrational reasons for losses. In the coming days Business too will suffer by the shortage of skilled and semi-skilled workforce that will severely affect the production…
This is the first part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Rs 20 lakh crore economic stimulus package.
Time has taught us that we must make ‘local’ the mantra of our lives. Global brands that are there today were once local too. But when people there started supporting them, they became global. That is why from today, every Indian must become vocal for our local
In a statement, Mr Shetty blamed the fraud on “a small group of current and former executives at these companies”.
Facebook announced an investment of Rs 43,574 Crore in Mukesh Ambani’s Jio becoming the largest minority shareholder with 9.99% stake. This investment comes before the introduction of WhatsApp’s new feature WhatsApp pay.
It’s important for business activities to resume at places where it safely can to satiate the current and predicted steep rise in demand in future. It would also help certain workers to get back to earning.
With many countries being affected by coronavirus, stringent steps have been taken by governments to control the outspread. These steps have taken a toll on businesses and companies and have increased unemployment. Due to this, the future of the global economy remains uncertain.
In a press release on march 30, the Finance Ministry clarified that despite the extension of tax-filing returns and linking PAN with Adhar, the financial year will not be extended. The list of changes from this fiscal year have been listed below.
Sachin Shetty,Bengaluru based Auditor and GST Practitioner argues about the RBI’s decision to relax repayment of term loans by borrowers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Minister of State (MoS) Anurag Thakur held a video press conference at 2pm in the National Capital today, where they assured relief measures for citizens and professionals suffering financially amid the lockdown and COVID-19 tackling and crisis.
With an existing investment of nearly $5.5 billion (roughly Rs 38,986 crores) in the country, the new investments also aims at bringing 10 million Indian businesses online by 2025.