Friday , 22 September 2017



Prataap Snacks IPO opens on Sept 22 MUMBAI: Prataap Snacks Limited proposes to open on September 22, an initial public offering of equity shares of face value of Rs 5 each for cash at a price including a share premium (the “offer”) comprising a fresh issue of equity shares aggregating up to Rs 2,000 million (the “fresh issue”) and an offer for sale of ... Read More »

Traders not passing GST benefits to consumers: survey

IANS   NEW DELHI A consumer survey of more than 45,000 respondents suggests that manufacturers and traders are not passing on the benefits of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) to the customers. In the poll conducted by the LocalCircles citizen engagement platform, a majority of 54 per cent citizens said their monthly costs had gone up by 30 per ... Read More »

India, Japan discuss amphibious aircraft deal, maritime security

IANS GANDHINAGAR India and Japan discussed a deal to buy Japanese ShinMaywa US-2 amphibious aircraft, but no final decision was arrived at during the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe here. The two sides also discussed cooperation in maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region. The Doklam standoff between India and China is also expected ... Read More »


Bank of Baroda regional office celebrates Hindi Day PANAJI: Hindi day was celebrated at Bank of Baroda (BoB), regional office, on Thursday for promoting Hindi in daily working of the bank. As part of celebrations the bank honored the meritorious student of Goa University having passed MA with Hindi. Dr Vrushali Mandrekar, HOD, Hindi department, Goa University, was the chief guest ... Read More »

Decision delay on Sonshi mines worries mining companies

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Delay in taking decision on Sonshi mines could botch up mining when the season re-opens on October 1, sources in mining industry said on Wednesday. An industry source, speaking to ‘The Navhind Times’ said, “Absence of renewal of consent to operate 12 leases in the Sonshi cluster is likely to have an adverse impact on iron ... Read More »


ibis Styles Goa Calangute completes 1 year PANAJI: ibis Styles Goa Calangute, a hotel with a unique blend of Portuguese heritage and warm hospitality, has completed one year of operations. Being the first ibis Styles brand in India, the property has achieved a significant milestone over a short period becoming a favoured choice for travellers to Goa, earning a top ... Read More »

5-day ‘Kharedi Yatraa’ exhibition opens in city

PANAJI: ‘Kharedi Yatraa’ exhibition of consumer and household products was inaugurated by Information Technology & Revenue Minister Rohan Khaunte on Wednesday at indoor stadium of Don Bosco High School, Panaji, and is open for public until September 17, from 1.30 pm to 9 pm. (Sunday 10 am to 9 pm). Organiser Gargee Bhandare and various company representatives were also present. ... Read More »

French Ambassador opens solar plant in Uttarakhand

IANS   DEHRADUN A solar power plant commissioned by a French firm with an outlay of 4 million euros was inaugurated by French Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler in a Uttarakhand village on Wednesday. The plant strengths India’s ambitious plans to achieve optimum renewable energy targets. The plant, built by Technique Solaire in Maheshwari village in Haridwar district, would generate 5.5 MWp, ... Read More »

Women more likely to use bank services in low-use context: report

IANS   NEW DELHI Women are more likely to own a bank account or engage with formal banking institutions compared to men, according to a study released on Wednesday on the extent of low bank account use among poorer households in India despite new policies that encourage account opening. “Our survey of 25,000 individuals across rural Uttar Pradesh and Delhi/NCR ... Read More »

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