Following are the PTI's top business stories at 1830 hours today:
New Delhi: The GST Council today relaxed return filing rules for businesses for the first two months of the rollout of the new indirect tax regime even as it stuck to the July 1 launch date.
New Delhi: The norms for no-fly list to rein in unruly passengers are expected to be ready early next month, the government said today amid a parliamentarian being barred by domestic airlines for allegedly creating ruckus.
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New Delhi: From India's Infosys to MNC giant British American Tobacco, companies across the world have begun to realise the severe reputational risks posed by social media alongside the big business opportunities.
Mumbai: Bankers are meeting from Monday to finalise their next course of action on six of the 12 bad loan accounts for immediate referral to NCLT after the RBI named the largest defaulters to face bankruptcy proceedings.
New Delhi: Regulator Sebi plans to relax its norms for direct registration of foreign investors and also fast-track the listing process for companies, including startups, as part of efforts to make the Indian stock market more attractive for domestic and overseas investments.
New Delhi: India will have to ensure strict confidentiality of information about its citizens' Swiss bank accounts received through the new automatic exchange window, failing which the Alpine nation will stop sharing the data.
New Delhi: The corporate affairs ministry's key portal for making filings by companies -- MCA21 -- came under WannaCry ransomware attack last month, affecting certain services.
New Delhi: With no major events lined up for this week, stock market would take cues from progress of monsoons and the country's GST preparedness ahead of the July 1 rollout of the new indirect tax regime, say experts.
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