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Now, share black money information online

Those wanting to utilise the recently notified one-time black money compliance window can also use the e-filing facility of the tax department to declare their foreign-based untaxed assets apart from

Bharat edges out India in mutual fund investments

The number of retail accounts in the MF industry from smaller towns and cities have surpassed that of top cities as the positive momentum in the equity markets and aggressive campaigns undertaken by f

Airlines under DGCA probe

Aviation regulator DGCA is looking into the steep hike in ticket cancellation charges by airlines even as the flyers lobby, Air Passengers Association of India (APAI), said that it would approach the

FB rainbow pics: Armchair activism or shifting tide?

You may have noticed your Facebook friends getting considerably more colourful.

DoT favours Airtel, slams Facebook

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Panel feels gate-keeper role to anyone shouldn’t be allowed in India

Free prototype for tech start-ups

A Hyderabad-based company has come with a unique solution to help entrepreneurs.

FPIs investment dips from Rs 79,000 crore to Rs 547 crore in Q1

Foreign investors poured a mere Rs 547 crore in Indian capital markets during April-June quarter (Q1FY16), after pumping in a whopping Rs 79,000 crore in the preceding three months.

Sony to tap rural TV mart


Electronics major Sony aims to tap non metro/rural markets with its small screen TV panels along with strengthening its sales network in these areas.

Market Wrap

Best bet is index ETF

If we want to be sure about being as close to the market returns, the best option is to choose an Exchange Traded Fund on the Sensex or Nifty.


In Seattle, some fret over Amazon’s super growth

Seattle, notorious for boom-and-bust cycles stretching back to the 19th century Alaska gold rush, is booming once again.

When it was observed in this column a month ago that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had suffered a precipitous loss of popularity within one year flat, faster than his predecessors who lasted longer tha

Pamela Hartigan, director of the Schwab Foundation, drew up a list of 10 points common to people who become dissatisfied with the world around them and decide to create their own work.