Investment advisers, analysts to face huge fine for violations

Investment advisers, analysts to face huge fine for violations

New Delhi, Feb 2 (PTI) Investment advisers and research analysts are set to attract huge penalties of up to Rs 1 crore for violation of Sebi norms, according to a proposal in the Budget 2018-19. Failure to comply with regulations...
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Rs 8 lakh cr NPAs may face bankruptcy proceedings by Mar 2019: Report

Rs 8 lakh cr NPAs may face bankruptcy proceedings by Mar 2019: Report

Emboldened by the Banking Regulation (Amendment) Ordinance, the RBI is expected to push for resolution bad loans worth around Rs 8 lakh crore by March 2019, a move that could bring down the NPAs and improve the financial health of...
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Postpone plan for daily revision of fuel prices or face indefinite strike, threaten dealers’ association

Postpone plan for daily revision of fuel prices or face indefinite strike, threaten dealers’ association

Fuel stations across the country could go dry from June 16 with a petroleum dealers’ association threatening to go on strike if their concerns over the proposed roll out of daily price revision are not addressed. On June 8, state-owned...
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China and India both face problems with investment, but very different ones

China and India both face problems with investment, but very different ones

The chart shows Indian and Chinese investment rates (as a percentage of gross domestic product , or GDP) since 2000, taken from the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF’s) recently released World Economic Outlook. Two facts stand out. First, the Chinese econ...
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iOS 10.2 Beta Gets Support for Unicode 9.0 Emojis Including Shrug, Face Palm

iOS 10.2 Beta Gets Support for Unicode 9.0 Emojis Including Shrug, Face Palm

Apple has introduced complete support for Unicode 9.0 in the developer beta of iOS 10.2, which was released earlier this week. The company has also redesigned several older emojis. New additions include face palm, shrug, fingers crossed, drooling face, nauseat...
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Samsung Could Face Second Recall as US Probes Burnt Galaxy Note 7

Samsung Could Face Second Recall as US Probes Burnt Galaxy Note 7

Samsung could face an unusual second recall of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones if one that caught fire aboard an airliner this week is a replacement device as its owner says, two former US safety officials said. The Federal Aviation...
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