Revenue collection under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) fell for the second straight month to Rs 94,726 crore in December from Rs 97,637 crore collected in November despite a rise in the number of tax returns filed.
In a new year gift to the MSME sector, the Reserve Bank on Tuesday allowed a one-time restructuring of existing debt up to Rs 25 crore for the companies which have defaulted on payment but the loans given to them have continued to be classified as standard assets.
Nokia is all set to shake the smartphone with world's first seven-camera smartphone. More information has been been leaked about this Nokia beauty. The USP, you have guessed it right, is penta lens rear camera and dual front cameras. We will tell you details about HMD’s ‘Nokia 9 Pureview’.
Apple's wireless charger, AirPower, which was supposed to let iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods owners wirelessly charge all three devices at the same time, missed its release window in 2018, yet again.
Bank defaulters like Mehul Choksi, Vijay Mallya, Mehul Chosi will be soon land in Indian jails, PM Narendra Modi assured countrymen on New Year. He told ANI in an interview that the government is using all means, including diplomatic channels, to ensure that fugitives are back in the country to face the law.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp has been dropping support for dated devices and operating systems (OS) from time to time and now it is ending support for iOS 7 and older versions, Android 2.3.7 and Nokia Series 40 (S40).
The government has cut import duties on crude and refined palm oil effective Tuesday to comply with preferential trade pacts with Southeast Asian nations.
If you have an account in bank then today is a very important day for you. Banks have brought in a number of changes from first day of the New Year. You may not know about the changes, but they can trouble you in the coming days. Some of the measures may also give you relief. Here's what is changing from January 1.
India remained ahead of China to retain the tag world's fastest growing large economy withstanding several ups and downs, spike in oil prices and global trade war like situation during 2018.
Urjit Patel stepped down as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor because of personal reasons and had been telling the Prime Minister for some time about his decision to resign, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday.