“This is a good move by the government and will infuse more confidence into the minds of customers while they purchase gold. All the gold that we sell is hallmarked and we have been doing this for several years now,” G.R. Radhakrishnan, Managing Director of GRT Group said. “The gold that we sell even in the smaller towns like Thanjavur is hallmarked. We even have purity-checking machines across all our stores,” he added. The group has 37 stores across Tamil Nadu. … [Read more...] about Chennai’s jewellers welcome Union government’s move to ensure hallmarking of gold jewellery
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"The Midlands has many cultural links with China and so I am honored to be putting together a program that celebrates the art, performance, and musical heritage of our two countries," said Birmingham-based Chinese classical pianist Xiao Di, who is curator of the event's cultural program. … [Read more...] about Birmingham event to build China-UK ties
Boris Johnson’s win in the UK elections has lent confidence to Indian businesses in Britain on the road ahead for Brexit. Johnson returned as the Prime Minister with a clear mandate. His Conservative party won 365 of the total 650 seats. In his victory speech, Boris Johnson said on the 31st of January, Britain will leave the European Union, the biggest exporter of its financial services. This sets the stage for Brexit even as London is yet to secure new trading terms with the EU to follow transition. “Businesses like economy care for clarity. This mandate will bring clarity to both as the new government has the wherewithal to deliver on its intent. Eventually, both will be in a better place,” said, Group Chief Financial Officer at software services provider Mastek Ltd Abhishek Singh.UK accounts for 75 per cent of Mastek’s business. Mastek reported operational revenue of Rs 1,033 crore during the financial year 2018-19. Other than Britain, the company has … [Read more...] about What Boris Johnson’s win means for Indian companies in Britain?
In Britain, where a litre of unleaded currently costs about $2.50 and new-car buyers really care about consumption, the Japanese brand didn’t delay introducing its groundbreaking 2.0-litre four. It went on sale there, and elsewhere in Europe, in the latest Mazda3 late last year. … [Read more...] about New Mazda3 Skyactiv-X review: Game-changing tech headed to Australia
MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: Vodafone Idea (VIL) may offer the government a small part of its statutory dues by January 23 to ensure it doesn’t get a defaulter’s tag or incur the displeasure of the Supreme Court, and then seek some relief, in a bid to bring back the telecom company from the jaws of insolvency, three people familiar with the matter said. Simultaneously, the telco plans to seek an extension of the January 23 deadline from the Supreme Court. “The top management have chalked out the next steps after the apex court dismissed the telco’s review petition,” said one of the people. The government has estimated Vodafone Idea’s total dues, which include licence fees, spectrum usage charges (SUC), penalties and interest, at over Rs 53,000 crore but the telco is expected to submit a lower figure in its self-assessment. Vodafone Idea’s shares ended 25.21% lower at Rs 4.51 on BSE, having plunged over 39% during the day, as investors exited on fears … [Read more...] about Vodafone Idea may pay part of AGR dues to stay afloat