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Religious Places To Reopen In Maharashtra From October 7: Uddhav Thackeray

The Maharashtra government has prepared itself for a third wave, but with all precautions, the state is allowing relaxations in various activities.

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Government Extends PAN-Aadhaar Linkage Deadline Till March 2022

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) said to address the hardship being faced by various stakeholders on account of the COVID-19 pandemic, the timeline has been extended which will ease compliance.

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Schools In Karnataka Reopen For Classes 6 To 8

The government has said that offline classes for students of class 6-8 will be held on alternate days, each with 50 per cent attendance, it will be five days a week, and the remaining two days (weekend) will be used for sanitizing and other COVID control measures.

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Democratic Governance Systems Require Sabka Prayas

Today, Sabka Prayas is essential to India, not only to improve governance but also to realise the idea of a more participative democracy so that the citizens do not limit their role to exercising electoral rights.

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Homegrown Start-Ups Urge Govt To Allow Direct Overseas Listing

The letter was signed by Rebel Food's Jaydeep Barman, Byju's founder Byju Raveendran, Cred's Kunal Shah, Urban Company's Abhiraj Singh Bhal, and Matrix Partners India MD Vikram Vaidyanathan, among others.

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ESG: Voices Within, For & Beyond

As history has shown, as the countdown to the Net Zero tightens, the polity and policy leaders globally will start taking decisions on behalf of corporate leaders and force tougher regulations and tighter sanctions, including huge monetary penalties

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Tractor Sales Volumes To Grow 3-6 % This Fiscal: Ind-Ra

Tractor sales volume is likely to pick up from the second quarter of the ongoing fiscal as localised lockdowns and restrictions have been relaxed

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India’s Government Is Big, And Bulging. Governance Suffers

In a global economic setting where both capital and jobs migrate, the reward for good governance is greater than ever before. Penalty is equally severe.

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Banks Must Come Out With Clear Cut Policies For Settlement Of Personal Guarantees

Bankers seem to have unlimited leverage over borrowers in the case of a default. Banks are lending with covenants that disbursement and draw-down will happen only if all covenants are complied with. Borrowers tend to yield to pressure as they have timelines to meet in the pursuit of financial closure and project completion

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Industry Body IPMA Seeks Govt Intervention To Regulate Rising Steel Prices

Oil and gas projects and major infrastructure projects are responsible for driving economic growth, and require fine quality steel and its products, according to the body.

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Voices Within, For & Beyond: ESG

In this 21st century “global village”, it is no longer just about maximising profits, but also about using sustainable supply-chain practices to ensure long-term growth and longevity.

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Re-imagining Governance With Aspirational Districts Programme

Despite the rising GDP growth rates, the country cannot ignore its developmental challenges.

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Facebook 'Unfriends' Australia: News Pages Go Dark In Test For Global Publishing

A planned Australian law would require Facebook and Google to reach commercial deals with news outlets whose links drive traffic to their platforms, or be subjected to forced arbitration to agree a price.

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Virus’ Vitality as a Lesson for GEMZ (Gig Economy, Millennials & Gen-Z)

India’s gig sector is expected to grow to $455 billion by 2024, at a compounded annual growth rate of 17 per cent. As per some estimates, the US gig workforce already contributes over $1.5 trillion and 80% of large companies plan to actively adopt a flexible workforce.

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Samsung Stocks Rebound But Lee's Detention Raises Doubts On Pledges For Change

Samsung shares may show more volatility in the short term in particular with the recent influx of retail investors riding a liquidity boom, including those hoping for more generous dividend payouts by Samsung intended to "create a good corporate image" in Lee's defence

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