Some hits, some misses for Madurai traders
Dr N Jegatheesan, President of TN Chamber of Commerce and Industries, requested CM MK Stalin to conduct the World Investors Conference 2024 at Madurai so as to promote trade industry.
Kadambur traders shut shops and stage indefinite hunger strike, 75 arrested
Kadambur traders closed down their shops and staged an indefinite hunger strike urging the southern railways to begin stoppage of trains at Kadambur junction.
Andhra Pradesh prawn traders tap into local Markets as exports nosedive
As an experiment to understand local markets, Prawn Traders’ Association had set up retail outlet recently in Kakinada.
Sadar Bazar traders hold protest outside Delhi LG House against sealing of 25 shops
Earlier this month, 25 shops were sealed in Sadar Bazar in Old Delhi while five others received a notice to vacate their premises.
New Year in Bengaluru: Shop owners illuminate streets, deploy private guards
They have also deployed private security guards in addition to the police personnel already stationed.
Locals, traders protest against alleged unlawful conversions in Uttarakhand
The protesters held a procession and handed a memorandum addressed to the chief minister to Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Jitendra Kumar demanding immediate arrest of the accused.
Delhi acid attack: Chemical traders call for effective way to monitor those buying acid
The traders said chemical trade in Delhi has taken a hit due to acid attack incidents. While all necessary measures are in place to regulate the sale of acid, an effective way to monitor is needed.
Six trucks smuggling areca nuts from Myanmar torched in Mizoram
The smuggled areca nut trade thrives in India at the cost of local growers.
Traders’ body pledges support to BJP for MCD elections
With the MCD elections just a day away, the Delhi arm of a prominent national-level traders’ body on Friday announced their support for the BJP.
Activists want ban on non-Hindu traders at Anjanadri
A huge amount of flowers are sold at the shrine and most of the traders are non-Hindus.
MCD polls: Women traders have no toilets, parking space in markets
More than 2 lakh women in Delhi are engaged in some business and most of them are aggrieved with some problem or the other.
‘Slow pace’ of road work hits traders, business in Indiranagar in Bengaluru
Echoing the same, another trader said due to bad roads and damaged footpaths, there is a slump in customers, and requested the BBMP to complete the project at the earliest.
UP ganja traders duped by local suppliers held
During interrogation, the accused revealed that they had bought the packets at Rs 3,500 per kg assuming that there were 81.6 kg contraband in them.
Sans Covid curbs, Delhi traders’ hopes soar
Chairman of the traders’ body Brijesh Goyal and its president Subhash Khandelwal said they expect Rs 1 lakh crore business in the national capital on the occasion of Diwali.
Fake drug case: Police track two traders in Bihar
A special team of Commissionerate Police which had gone to Bihar along with Drug Control officials is carrying out raids with the help of Gaya Police at various locations there.
185 cases filed against fertiliser traders in Andhra Pradesh
Collecting more than MRP is an offence and hoarding is illegal. Traders should not indulge in irregular practices causing loss to the farming community,” controller KRM Kishore said.
Restore private liquor vend licence: Delhi traders
The Delhi Liquor Traders Association wrote to the excise department on Friday, urging it to reinstate private liquor vends, which were issued under the old policy.
Garment traders of Odisha faces GST raids
The investigating teams verified purchase and sale details, stock accounts and information available in computers and laptops.
Delhi: Some traders hail, others decry plastic ban
The government’s decision to ban single-use plastic (SUP) products has left the daily retailers of prominent markets in the national capital in a state of bewilderment.
Delhi govt's move to ban heavy vehicles in city to hurt business: CAIT
In a bid to curb vehicular pollution, the Delhi government has decided to ban the entry of medium and heavy goods vehicles to the national capital from October to February.
Kanjhawala hit-and-drag case: Cops file 800-page chargesheet, four charged with murder
Remarriage no ground to deny compensation to accident victim's widow, rules Bombay HC
45 held in connection with Bihar riots, normalcy restored: Police
India, Malaysia can now trade in Indian rupee
Indictment of former US President Trump ends decades of perceived invincibility
Indians among eight migrants found dead near US-Canada border