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Sep 07, 2017
Not all McDonald's stores closed in Delhi; NCLAT to hear appeal today, says Vikram BakshiMcDonald's India had terminated franchise agreement for 169 outlets run by CPRL alleging breach of contract terms and payment default.
Jul 24, 2017
Regulatory blues: India's 1st private reinsurer mulls licence surrenderGlobally, reinsurers earn a premium that is three times their networth.
Jul 05, 2017
Xiaomi signs agreement with Nokia to acquire key patent assets from the companyThe multi-year patent agreement between Xiaomi and Nokia includes a cross license to each company's cellular standard essential patents.
Jun 23, 2017
No licence required to serve liquor in private functions at home, says Kerala High CourtThe Kerala High Court on Friday held that no licence is required to serve liquor at a private function held at an individual's residence
Jun 16, 2017
GST impact: Boutique players emerge to help 6 mn firms connect to tax system onlineMajor software and service players, IT companies and tax advisers are teaming up to market GST compliance products to firms large and small.
Jun 14, 2017
Liquor ban on highways: Shops in Kerala move Supreme Court to seek clarification of its orderSeveral Kerala-based liquor shops owners approached Supreme Court seeking clarification of its order to shut down liquor vends
Jun 13, 2017
Telecom companies meets the inter-ministerial group to discuss the future of the industryFour telecom companies Reliance Jio, Reliance Communications, Aircel and Tata Teleservices on Monday met the inter-ministerial group (IMG).
May 23, 2017
Rs 400 crore loss to exchequer in licence fee payment by incumbent telecom players, claims JioThe payment of advance licence fee for the last quarter (January-March) of 2016-17 by three telecom service providers --Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular -- has resulted in a loss of Rs 400 crore to the government, Reliance Jio has claimed.
May 22, 2017
Airtel, Vodafone, Idea caused Rs 400 crore loss to government, says Reliance JioReliance Jio has filed a complaint with the telecom ministry alleging that incumbents Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea did not deposit requisite licence fee in March, which led to a potential loss of Rs 400 crore to the government.
May 17, 2017
Government set to lose Rs 217 crore in revenue from Airtel-Tikona deal, claims JioReacting to this, an Airtel spokesperson said: "Bharti Airtel has always been and will continue to be fully compliant with all regulatory guidelines."