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Axis Bank in the eye of the storm

Axis Bank the third-largest bank in India with around 4,000 branches, and over 12,000 ATMs in the dock is in the dock; Mohnish Jabalpure a social worker has filed a criminal writ petition in the Bombay High Court accusing the former Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis and other serving and retired officials of misusing their official position to favor Axis Bank where the CMs wife worked as a Vice President.

Companies profit when employees drink water, frequently

Dehydration can affect a persons mood, concentration and make them prone to commit mistakes -- leading to accidents. The moot question however is, “how do companies change the habits of its employees and make them drink more water throughout the day?”

Online Gaming needs regulation

Gaming is a state subject in India. Each state is supposed to frame and implement its own anti-gaming laws. In July 2018, the Law Commission 276th report stated – “legalizing betting and gambling is not desirable in India". Still, no state came forward to ban online gaming. This inaction is leading to a rampant increase in illegal gambling and black-money. Though it is not possible to ban betting and gambling altogether, effective regulation is the only way out.

FSSAI launches drive against adulterated edible oils

FSSAI has for the first time conducted a survey covering 16 varieties of edible oil including mustard, coconut, palm, olive and blended oil. The whole exercise is aimed at ensuring the availability of pure and safe mustard and other edible vegetable oils in the country.

The men behind the most sought after and widely circulated autographs

All celebrities are expected to give autograph but hardly any autograph – sells (literally so) more than the Governor of Reserve Bank of India.

Bank Frauds: Nothing is immoral or unethical

Banking today is not what it used to be. The relationship between the banker and the customer - even the reliability of commitments made by either of them- is at stake. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) is the eyes, nose, and voice of around 6 crore merchants, 40000 affiliates and stakeholders in all formats of trade, association, group, sector or industry in the field of commerce and industry all over the Country. Headquartered at “Vyapar Bhawan” in New Delhi, its objective is two way communications and meaningful dialogue between the industry and Government to thrash out solutions acceptable to all the stake holders. Excerpts of an exclusive interview between CAIT National President B. C. Bhartia and Taazakhabar News:

Indian mining industry in the eyes of a storm?

The Indian mining industry can make magic happen and catapult India to colossal heights as a US$ 5 trillion economy. It can directly employ 48 lakh people and indirectly create 5 crore jobs by 2025 but that's only possible if it survives...

Consumer Protection Act, 2019- a landmark in the Consumer rights movement in India

The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 provides for a Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) as the much needed regulatory body to promote, protect and enforce the rights of consumers.

Global streaming consumption up 63%, but advertisers wary

While global streaming time was up 63 per cent year-on-year, ad demand dropped 28 per cent in a single quarter, heavily impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Digital Marketing: Now or Never!

Digital marketing implies an all out marketing effort leveraging - all kinds of digital channels like search engines, social media, email, and websites to connect with existing or prospective customers.

The Finance Ministers and their dream budgets

What made 10 Prime Ministers - including the first Prime Minister of India, and the first Prime Minister of Pakistan, step into the Finance Minister’s shoes to present the annual budget in the parliament remains a mystery?

India has untapped potential to be a market leader and bauxite exporter

India is favourably endowed with rich and almost inexhaustible resources of bauxite, which is the main raw material for the production of aluminium. India has a huge potential to be a major player in the international bauxite market.

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