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Dark net, bitcoin being used to smuggle drugs: Report

The “increasing” trend of using the ‘dark net’ and bitcoins to smuggle pharma medicines and illicit drugs to untouched segments of the population and youngsters in the country is becoming a new challenge for anti-narcotics agencies, a latest report has revealed. The “loose regime” of the sale of over-the-counter drugs and some select ayurvedic preparations is a trend that drug ... Read More »

Hiranandani family to invest Rs 3,500 crore in oil and gas projects

Niranjan Hiranandani’s family is investing around Rs3,500 crore to build liquified natural gas (LNG) terminals in Maharashtra and West Bengal, in a diversification for the Mumbai-based developer who built the iconic 250-acre Hiranandani Gardens township in suburban Powai. Led by Darshan Hiranandani, Niranjan’s son, H-Energy (formerly known as Hiranandani Energy) expects to start commercial operation of its first LNG terminal ... Read More »

Economic growth needs to reflect on HDI: Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant

The Indian economy is growing at 7 -8% which needs to be reflected on the human development index (HDI) wherein the country stands at 131st position out of 188 nations, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant on Monday said. Kant further said there is need for a radical change at the state and district levels to improve the current situation. “Industry ... Read More »

No tax exemption if LTCG from sale of residential property is used to buy farm land

Is LTCG exempt if I buy agricultural land by selling a residential property? A portion of this amount was withdrawn from an LTCG deposit account towards partial payment of a housing board property. But the authority is yet to announce allotment. The LTCG deposit scheme is valid only for 2 years. Can it be extended since the allotment procedure has ... Read More »

International Day of Happiness: Money can buy you happiness, but only to a certain point, says Raj Raghunathan

Raj Raghunathan, professor of marketing (consumer behaviour) at University of Texas at Austin and author of ‘If You’re So Smart Why Aren’t you Happy?’, attempts to unravel the relationship between money and happiness. Can money buy you happiness? Perhaps, to some degree, if you manage it well. On International Day of Happiness on Tuesday, Raj Raghunathan, professor of marketing (consumer ... Read More »

NPCI asks banks to reject UPI transactions from non-compliant apps

In a circular released on Friday, the National Payments Corporation of India has cracked the whip on non-compliant Unified Payments Interface apps, instructing banks and payment service providers to reject UPI transactions generated from non-compliant apps.The circular sent to all UPI-supported banks in the BHIM ecosystem stated that it is mandatory for all UPI apps to have support for sending or receiving money through virtual payment addresses, generate QR codes for Bharat ... Read More »

50 Places to Find Images for Every Small Business Need

We are visual creatures. We love to take pictures; we love to look at pictures. We like pictures when they are still and when they are moving. A picture isn’t just worth 1,000 words; it also speaks to us when there are no words possible. Free Photo by PhotoRogue.com Your blog posts, your marketing materials and your website all need ... Read More »

How to Improve Inventory Tracking: 5 Solutions for Small Businesses

Being mobile is an absolute essential for small business entrepreneurs who need the flexibility to run their businesses from just about anywhere. This flexibility can come easily if your business deals with virtual services, like consulting. But if your company provides a physical sales product, you can’t escape the need to track inventory. Enterprise-level inventory tracking systems are not only expensive, ... Read More »

6 Great Ways to Move Slow Selling Merchandise

It happens to every retailer from time to time. No matter how well you try to forecast sales trends and manage your inventory purchasing, you end up with slow selling products that just don’t sell, or an overstock of certain items that you just bought too much of. This can happen for a variety of reasons. Perhaps an unseasonably cold ... Read More »

The real danger to the US economy in Trump’s trade policy

Photo by Andrew Harrer-Pool/Getty Images Gary Cohn resigned on Tuesday as director of the National Economic Council. His departure came in the wake of losing the policy argument over sweeping new taxes on imported steel and aluminum. Cohn’s surprise resignation is a valuable reminder that the real risk with this Trump initiative isn’t the tariffs themselves — it’s what happens ... Read More »