Implement 'Work from Home' policy to curb spread of virus infections, advises government to companies
Companies have been strongly advised to put in place an immediate plan to implement the 'Work from Home' policy as a temporary measure till 31 March.
Decriminalise 46 more offences under companies law; lower monetary penalties for startups violations, says panel report
The Company Law Committee, chaired by Corporate Affairs Secretary Injeti Srinivas, has also recommended providing power to enhance thresholds for the applicability of CSR requirements under the Companies Act, 2013
Other than Home Minister Amit Shah, the reconstituted panel will also comprise of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Minister of Human Resource Development Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Union Minister of Women and Child Development Smriti Irani.
Union Budget 2019: Corporation tax is one of the biggest source of direct taxation for the central govt
Corporations with a net income of over Rs 10 crore need to pay a 12 percent surcharge.
#MeToo in India: NCW urges I&B ministry to direct print publications and production houses to form internal complaints committees
The National Commission for Women has urged the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to direct print, publication and production houses to form an internal committee to probe complaints of sexual harassment at workplace.
Committees constituted by 29 states, UTs to look into cases relating to sexual harassment at workplace: MoS Virendra Kumar
As many as 29 states and Union territories have constituted local complaints committees to look into cases of sexual harassment at workplace, Women and Child Development Minister of State Virendra Kumar informed the Parliament.
Jharkhand Opposition call for 'bandh' to protest against amendments in Land Acquisition Act; officials take security precautions
Joining of all Opposition parties in the bandh could be seen as the unity among the non-BJP parties in view of the upcoming general elections next year.
No Nirav Modi firm featured in list of 2.26 lakh companies deregistered as part of anti-black money measure: Govt
As part of larger efforts to curb the black money menace, the corporate affairs ministry has deregistered little over 2.26 lakh companies.
WTO deadlock explained: India seeks permanent solution to food security issue, China wants investment debate
The 11th WTO ministerial conference meeting in Buenos Aires is on a brink of a collapse. At the centre of the latest crisis is India and China, two of the world's fastest growing economies.
manual scavenging was prima facie a contravention of human rights and the right to live with dignity as per the Constitution, the Madras High Court today directed the Centre and the Tamil Nadu government
The Egypt court also handed 114 people sentences ranging from 15 years to life (25 years) and ordered a juvenile jailed for 10 years, officials said.
WCD ministry to launch online portal for women public servants to record sexual harassment complaints
An e-platform that will enable women employees of the central government to file sexual harassment complaints online is likely to be launched this month.
Indian and Chinese armies on Wednesday conducted a day-long exercise focused on humanitarian aid and relief, where a fictitious situation of an earthquake was emulated, an official statement said.
A bill to amend the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013, was passed by Parliament on Thursday doing away with the time limit for public servants to furnish details of their assets and liabilities, which as per the original act was 31 July every year.
Vettel's retirement snapped a winning streak that started at the Belgian Grand Prix in August.
Playing his 200th test, Tendulkar retired with much more than just 34,000-plus international runs and a slew of batting records.
Here's a look at 2013's trending topics onscreen in Bollywood.
The men-behind-the-scenes will certainly be hoping that the tour can look toward the next generation rather than the previous generation to keep the fans engaged in the long run.