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Power to the consumer: FM Jaitley favours class action lawsuits against errant sellers

May 29, 2015

Power to the consumer: FM Jaitley favours class action lawsuits against errant sellers

To protect consumers, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said they need to be given powers to file class action suits against errant sellers and consumer forums should be strengthened in the wake of growing e-commerce trade. #Business #Economy #Finance minister #TheySaidIt #Arun Jaitley #E-Commerce #Class Action Lawsuit #consumer fora
HRD Ministry to rebut Congress charges point-by-point

May 29, 2015

HRD Ministry to rebut Congress charges point-by-point

Seeking to counter allegations levelled by Congress in its report card on Modi government, the HRD Ministry is preparing a point-by-point rebuttal on charges that include infringing on the autonomy of higher educational institutions and a cut in the education budget. #Congress #NewsTracker #Modi #HRD Ministry #Finance Commission #Ek Saal #Desh Badhaal
Delhi HC refuses to stay levy of 14% service tax on liquor makers

May 28, 2015

Delhi HC refuses to stay levy of 14% service tax on liquor makers

Delhi High Court on Thursday refused to stay a government notification which brings into force from June one the levy of 14 per cent service tax on manufacture of alcohol on contractual basis. #India #NewsTracker #Delhi High Court #Alcohol #Constitution #Sanjeev Sachdeva #Finance Act 2015
Local talent search, opening up high job potential sectors key focus, says PM Modi

May 27, 2015

Local talent search, opening up high job potential sectors key focus, says PM Modi

In a wide-ranging interview to PTI, Modi asserted that measures already taken in past one year have increased the attractiveness of India as an investment destination and investor confidence has improved. #Economy #Black money #BJP #RBI #finance ministry #Narendra Modi #FDI #TheySaidIt #GST #Deepak Parekh #Niti Aayog #OneYearofModi

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Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Jul 11, 2013

Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Central Banks policies and actions can lead to short term volatility and also give people like us something to write or talk about. However do not let central banks actions lead you away from your longer term objectives. Let the traders play the volatility while you ride out the short term volatility for longer term gains. #Central bank #stocks #markets #PersonalFinance #market volatility
Auto makers could hike prices soon, sector may bounce back

Jun 06, 2012

Auto makers could hike prices soon, sector may bounce back

Softer interest rates, new product launches and exports may help auto sector bounce back after dismal showing so far. #Business/Finance #India #Car manufacturers