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Implement 'Work from Home' policy to curb spread of virus infections, advises government to companies
Business

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.

Make CSR violations civil offence, provide tax benefits for CSR spending: Govt-constituted panel
Business

Make CSR violations civil offence, provide tax benefits for CSR spending: Govt-constituted panel

A government-constituted high-level panel on Tuesday suggested making expenditure on CSR tax-deductible as well as treat non-compliance with CSR requirements a civil offence

Sebi seeks greater powers to inspect books of listed companies to thwart financial frauds
Business

Sebi seeks greater powers to inspect books of listed companies to thwart financial frauds

Sebi has proposed a heavy penalty for altering, destroying, mutilating, concealing or falsifying records and documents or other tangible objects

Govt to soon come out with 'effective steps' to deal with frivolous bids under IBC, says corporate affairs secretary
Business

Govt to soon come out with 'effective steps' to deal with frivolous bids under IBC, says corporate affairs secretary

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) mainly seeks to address the issue of stressed assets in a time-bound manner.

Cyrus Mistry texted wife after being sacked as Tata group chairman, claims former aide
Business

Cyrus Mistry texted wife after being sacked as Tata group chairman, claims former aide

Nirmalya Kumar, a former aide and member of Cyrus Mistry's Group Executive Council (GEC) at Tata Sons, wrote about Mistry's sacking as group chairman on his website

Taming 2.09 lakh defunct companies: With bank accounts frozen, will it result in a rich haul for govt?
Business

Taming 2.09 lakh defunct companies: With bank accounts frozen, will it result in a rich haul for govt?

The promoters and directors would now have to explain the source of the funds pouring into the bank accounts thus frozen

India takes issue of defaulters very seriously: Arun Jaitley
Business

India takes issue of defaulters very seriously: Arun Jaitley

The Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs is set to meet UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson later today, when the issue may come up.

BK Bansal suicide case: DCW summons CBI, deputy commissioner of police
India

BK Bansal suicide case: DCW summons CBI, deputy commissioner of police

The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has summoned the Assistant Inspector General of CBI and Deputy Commissioner of Police in connection with the suicide by tainted senior government official BK Bansal and his son allegedly due to harassment by a few officials.

What is holding back corporates from hiring more women on their boards
Business

What is holding back corporates from hiring more women on their boards

Several companies have taken to appointing family members to fill the requirement of having at least one woman on a board

Better prepared now to check investment frauds: Pilot
Investing

Better prepared now to check investment frauds: Pilot

While SFIO is already probing many companies for illegal schemes launched in West Bengal, Odisha, Tripura and Assam, some state governments have asked the Centre to launch a CBI enquiry, Pilot said.

No auditor can audit a company for more than 5 years: Sachin Pilot
Business

No auditor can audit a company for more than 5 years: Sachin Pilot

Terming "cosy" relations between management and auditors of a company as key to accounting frauds, the Corporate Affairs Minister Sachin Pilot has said that such a nexus would not be allowed anymore.