The National Movement for Old Pension Scheme (NMOPS), an umbrella body of more than 14 lakh central and state government employees, has welcomed the government decision.
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In the absence of appropriate regulations, there are concerns that bike taxis could lead to reckless usage of private vehicles for commercial purposes and, consequently, cause greater emissions
There is a lag in regulation to every technological innovation. When platforms don’t subscribe to licensing requirements, in this case bike taxis, banning them puts drivers at risk of penalties and even impoundment of vehicles as they are the ones out on the roads and are the face of the platforms
Governor Yi Gang is widely expected to step down, potentially paving the way for veteran banker Zhu Hexin to take his place, according to a person familiar with the matter.
New SEBI guidelines for financial intermediaries are almost unreasonably detailed and will raise compliance costs and efforts
The 2022 Bill provides that the members of the CCI and selection committee for the members shall now also include those with specialised knowledge and “professional experience” of technology.
Union Budget 2023-24: MSMEs, which contributed over one-fourth to India’s gross value added in 2020-21, are among the biggest employers in the country.
Union Budget 2023: The allocation for the next fiscal year is lower than the revised estimate for fertiliser subsidy spending of Rs 2.25 lakh crore for this year.
The Economic Survey for 2022-23 could project a broad range for FY24 growth because of the uncertain global macroeconomic and geopolitical situation
The flight crew will classify passengers into three stages, based on the likelihood of them behaving inappropriately, and serve or deny liquor accordingly.
As part of the new policy, the airline has asked its crew to refer to the US National Restaurants Association’s Traffic Light system to recognise and manage possible cases of intoxication
Airlines are allowed to carry to, from and within India, animals, birds, and reptiles.
Liu, who has been vice premier since 2018 and is considered to be China's economic tsar, said at the forum that it was impossible for China to take the path of a planned economy as some claimed.
The government should significantly increase tariffs in the upcoming budget, Ashwani Mahajan of the Swadeshi Jagran Manch says.
The CEO of the biggest US bank made his comments ahead of US inflation data due Thursday and fourth-quarter results from top banks beginning Friday.
The comments from deputy managing director Antoinette Sayeh come days after IMF released the details of its Article IV consultations with India which called on the government to be more ambitious with fiscal consolidation
The Cabinet approves a Rs 2,614 crore investment for the Sunni Dam Hydro Electric project in Himachal Pradesh
The majority judgment upheld demonetisation after considering six primary issues. Justice B.V. Nagarathna wrote a dissenting opinion holding the demonetisation notification to be unlawful.
India’s growing economy will need to continue to rely on imports of key inputs in the foreseeable future but PLI schemes and move towards self-reliance should help ease the burden
The drug inspector had issued a show cause memo in March 2016 and the appellants submitted their reply to the same, the bench noted.
The Act provides for quotas in teaching positions in central institutions for persons from Scheduled Castes/Tribes, socially and educationally backward classes, and those from economically weaker sections.
The RBI has a tradition of taking independent and often critical views of policies. But on demonetisation, it has not delved deep into whether it succeeded in its main objectives
The bill was introduced in the House amidst the continuing tussle between Governor Arif Mohammed Khan and the Pinarayi Vijayan government over various issues.
States including Rajasthan and Jharkhand have asked the central government to return the corpus collected under the New Pension Scheme. However, the Union finance ministry says there is no provision under which the corpus can be returned.