Free Press Journal
  • GSTN to hire cos for taxpayer profiling

    New Delhi : The Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN) has invited bids from private entities for “360-degree” profiling of taxpayers for early detection of fraud as it seeks to transform into an end-to-end platform for checking GST evasion, from being just a tax collection portal.

  • Cognizant Q1 profit falls 6.6% to $520 mn

    New Delhi : IT firm Cognizant on Monday said its net profit declined 6.6 per cent to $520 million for the quarter ended March 2018.

  • RS rules prohibit MPs’ public statements over judge removal, says SC

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday said the Rajya Sabha rules prohibited Members of Parliament from making public statements on the removal of a Judge of the Supreme Court or a high court without any notice of impeachment in Parliament.

  • Binani CoC may discuss UltraTech offer tomorrow

    Kolkata : The Binani Committee of Creditors (CoC) is likely to meet on May 9 and discuss the revised bid of UltraTech Cement valued at around Rs 7,900 crore for the debt-laden Binani Cement.

  • AMU: Annual exams postponed; two held

    Aligarh (UP) : The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) on Monday postponed annual examinations in view of the ongoing protests on the campus even as two youths wanted in connection with the violence in the varsity on May 2 were arrested by the police.

  • Jaypee group promoters submit Rs 10K-cr plan to revive Infratech

    New Delhi : Jaypee group promoter Manoj Gaur on Monday made a Rs 10,000 crore offer to pay off bank loans and complete the stuck housing projects as part of plans to bring Jaypee Infratech out of bankruptcy, sources said.

  • Nestle pays $7.15 bn to sell Starbucks products

    Zurich : Swiss food giant Nestle said Monday that it will pay $7.15 billion in cash for the rights to market Starbucks products around the world, outside of the company’s coffee shops.