Dipak Mondal

Silver ETFs a new option for investors to diversify portfolio

Sebi has come out with operating norms for silver ETFs that would allow investors to invest in the metal apart from holding it in physical and e-silver forms

29 Nov 2021

IndusInd arm refuses to allow two top executives to join competitor 

Since Spandana is a competitor of Bharat Financial Inclusion, both Saxena and Damani are also prohibited from accepting employment at a competitor of BFIL, unless...

23 Nov 2021

How to wade through new auto-debit rules

Customer consent is now required for recurring payments of over Rs 5000.

25 Oct 2021

Here's why your insurance claim may get rejected

Insurance companies have many ‘exclusions’ and ‘exceptions’ under which insurers are not liable to pay claims

18 Oct 2021

Air India’s ground handling business up for sale next, says DIPAM secretary

Groundwork has been done for (sale of) ground handling (subsidiary). Since, it was totally linked to Air India operations, it could not be independently sold.

16 Oct 2021

Air India should have been wound up 10 years ago: DIPAM Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey

The total debt on the books of Air India was Rs 61,000 crore, of which the government retained Rs 46,000 crore.

14 Oct 2021

Reliance Industries reveals proposal to merge media arm with Zee Entertainment, not interested now

It also clarified that differences arose between ZEEL MD Punit Goenka and Invesco over the founders' bid to raise stake by subscribing to preferential warrants.

14 Oct 2021

Monthly SIP investments breach Rs 10,000 crore

Experts attribute this rise in SIP to retail investors preferring mutual funds over low-yielding traditional savings avenues like bank FDs, and also gold and real estate. 

09 Oct 2021

Evolution of health insurance policies during the COVID pandemic

While people are inquiring more about health policies, health insurance firms have also improved their offerings by adding more features and relaxing some rules

04 Oct 2021

EXPLAINER | India's tax crisis: Why GST needs rationalisation?

When the GST was implemented in 2017, there were over 200 items which were in the 28% tax slab, but subsequently the rates on many of these items were cut to 18% or less.

03 Oct 2021

Government sticks to FY22 target; to borrow Rs 5.03 lakh crore in H2

To take care of temporary mismatches in the government account, the Reserve Bank of India has fixed the Ways and Mean Advance (WMA) limit for the second half at Rs 50,000 crore.

28 Sep 2021

Concern over NHAI debt unwarranted: Chairman Aramane

“We typically take up roads which are commercially viable, where the cost of funds is less than the internal rate of return (IRR) of new projects.

25 Sep 2021

National Highway Authority of India eyes fair deals in monetisation

The monetisation in the road sector will be through toll-operate-transfer (ToT) and Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvIT) models.

23 Sep 2021

BPOs, KPOs not intermediary services; exempt from 18% GST, clarifies government

The circular clarifies that an intermediary is someone who arranges or facilitates the supplies, and it is thus a natural corollary that the arrangement requires a minimum of three parties.

22 Sep 2021

States GST revenue deficit at 34% in first 5 months of FY22 as collections hit

This deficit is arrived at after subtracting actual state GST revenue from the protected revenue promised by the Centre.

21 Sep 2021

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