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    • Income Tax Data Reveals Entrepreneurs Better Off Than Salaried: Report

      Income Of Salaried Class Vs Entrepreneurs: What Tax Data Reveals

      The government last week released 84 pages of income tax data, covering individuals as well as corporates, spanning a period of 16 years since 2001-02. The data covers (1) PAN allotment statistics in FY2014, (2) a time series data from FY2001-15 and (3) a deep-dive into FY2012 numbers. Kotak Equities carried out an analysis of FY12 data.

    • Why Getting Parliament To Ok New Bankruptcy Law Is Essential: 10 Points

      Why Getting Parliament To Ok New Bankruptcy Law Is Essential: 10 Points

      Parliament may soon clear a new law to deal with bankruptcy.

    • Income Tax Data Disclosed For First Time: Your 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

      In A First, Income Tax Data Is Made Public. Here Are The Key Findings

      For the first time, the tax department has made public a solid amount of data on income tax for 16 years, including the earnings disclosed by different categories of people. "It's a big step for transparency," said Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A total of 84 page data has been released and put in the public domain for the first time, an official said.

    • Five Things To Know About Mitsubishi Motors Scandal

      Five Things To Know About Mitsubishi Motors Scandal

      Tokyo: Automaker Mitsubishi Motors Corp (MMC) says it used non-compliant fuel economy testing methods in Japan for as long as a quarter of a century.

    • After Protests, Government Withdraws New PF Rules

      After Protests, Government Withdraws New PF Rules

      Bengaluru: Confronted by protests - including a riot in Bengaluru that saw buses and police jeeps set on fire - the government has cancelled controversial new rules on when you can withdraw money from your provident fund, which serves as a savings plan for when salaried workers retire.

    • Jaitley's Budget Has Made Opposition's Job 'Bit Tougher': Omar Abdullah

      Jaitley's Budget Has Made Opposition's Job 'Bit Tougher': Omar Abdullah

      "Good", "Bad", "Clever". It's a mixed bag of reactions to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's Budget today that focused heavily on farmers and the rural sectors, ahead of crucial elections in key states.

    • Top 10 Railway Budget Announcements For Aam Aadmi

      Top 10 Railway Budget Announcements For Aam Aadmi

      Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today announced a number of measures for passengers in his Railway Budget, and said: "Our government is always about the common man."

    • Business Deals Signed During PM Modi's China Visit

      Business Deals Signed During PM Modi's China Visit

      Indian and Chinese companies signed deals worth $22 billion in Shanghai on Saturday, soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a strong pitch for the two countries to work together in an address to the India-China Business Forum. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup in a tweet shared an official document containing details of the agreements signed between Indian and Chinese companies, spanning industries including renewable energy, power infrastructure and steel.

    • How the New Real Estate Bill Could Help You: 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

      How the New Real Estate Bill Could Help You: 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

      The cabinet has amended a bill to regulate the real estate sector, protect home buyers and curb undeclared "black money" in property markets that costs the exchequer thousands of crores in lost taxable income.

    • Wipro, ONGC, Coal India in Focus Today

      Wipro, ONGC, Coal India in Focus Today

      The Nifty is likely to open flat on Monday as domestic stock markets open after a four-day break. Asian shares rose and the dollar dropped, after a dismal US jobs report raised hopes about a delayed interest rate hike in the US. Both foreign and domestic investors turned net buyers of Indian equities on Wednesday; foreign investors bought shares worth Rs 210 crore, while domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 197 crore. Cash segment volume was Rs 18,669 crore on Wednesday.

    • ONGC, HCL Tech, Oil India in Focus Today

      ONGC, HCL Tech, Oil India in Focus Today

      The Nifty is set to open lower on Wednesday tracking weakness in global markets. Foreign investors bought cash shares worth Rs 356 crore on Tuesday, while domestic investors bought shares worth Rs 284 crore. Trading volume also increased on Tuesday; cash segment registered a volume of Rs 20,076 crore (up 21 per cent over Monday's volume) and the derivative segment registered a volume of Rs 1.77 lakh crore (up 11 per cent over Monday's volume).

    • NTPC, Ashok Leyland, NMDC in Focus Today

      NTPC, Ashok Leyland, NMDC in Focus Today

      The Nifty opened higher on Tuesday on the back of positive global markets. Domestic investors bought shares worth Rs 652 crore on Monday. However, foreign investors remained net sellers to the tune of Rs 240 crore in the cash market. Trading volumes declined significantly on Monday; cash segment registered a volume of Rs 16,654 crore (down 22% from Friday's volume) and the derivative segment did a volume of Rs 1.6 lakh crore(down 23% from Friday's volume).

    • HDFC, Jindal Steel, ICICI Bank in Focus Today

      HDFC, Jindal Steel, ICICI Bank in Focus Today

      The Nifty opened higher on Monday. Foreign investors were net sellers to the tune of Rs 321 crore on Friday in the cash market and domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 675 crore. Trading volume moderated on Friday. Cash segment registered volume of Rs 21,413 crore (down 19.7% from Thursday's volume) and derivative segment registered a volume of Rs 2.08 lakh crore (down 73% from Thursday's volume).

    • Bharti Airtel, Idea, Infosys in Focus Today

      Bharti Airtel, Idea, Infosys in Focus Today

      The Nifty is likely to open flat on Friday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Foreign investors who were net buyers of Indian equities for last few sessions sold stocks worth Rs 521 crore in cash market yesterday. However, domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 687 crore. Trading volumes spurred yesterday; cash segment registered a volume of Rs 26,678 crore (up 28% from Wednesday's volume) and the derivative segment registered volume of Rs 7.8 lakh crore.

    • Nifty Opens Lower, Power Companies in Focus

      Nifty Opens Lower, Power Companies in Focus

      The Nifty opened lower Thursday tracking weak global markets. Volatility is likely to increase today on the back of expiry of derivative contracts of March series. Foreign investors continued their buying spree and on Wednesday they bought shares worth Rs 813 crore in the cash market. Trading volume also increased on Wednesday; cash segment registered a volume of Rs 20,789 crore (up 10.3% from Tuesday) and derivative segment registered a volume of Rs 5.54 lakh crore.

    • Tata Motors, Ipca Labs, GMR Infra in Focus Today

      Tata Motors, Ipca Labs, GMR Infra in Focus Today

      The Nifty opened higher on Wednesday. Foreign investors continued their buying spree and on Tuesday they have bought shares worth Rs 738 crore. However, domestic investors were net sellers to the tunes of Rs 632 crore. Trading volume increased on Tuesday; cash segment registered a volume of Rs 18,845 crore (up13.5% than Monday's volume), derivative segment registered a volume of Rs 5.54 lakh crore (up 64.6% than Monday's volume)

    • Sun Pharma, Ranbaxy, JSPL in Focus Today

      Sun Pharma, Ranbaxy, JSPL in Focus Today

      The Nifty opened flat on Tuesday. However, sentiment is likely to be positive as both foreign and domestic investors turned net buyers of Indian equities on Monday. Foreign investors bought shares worth Rs 417 crore while, domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 404 crore in cash market. Trading volume declined on Monday; cash segment registered a volume of Rs 16,599 crore (32.3 % lower than Friday's volume).

    • Reliance Infra, Pipavav Defence, Cairn India in Focus Today

      Reliance Infra, Pipavav Defence, Cairn India in Focus Today

      The Nifty opened flat on Thursday tracking weak global markets. However, sentiment is likely to be positive as foreign investors continued to be net buyers of Indian equities. On Wednesday, they have bought shares worth Rs 2,786 crore. Trading volume also increased, with cash segment volume rising 30 per cent to Rs 33,152 crore. In the derivatives segment, volumes soared 70 per cent to Rs 3.4 lakh crore against Tuesday.

    • Bharti Airtel, Idea, JSPL in Focus Today

      Bharti Airtel, Idea, JSPL in Focus Today

      The Nifty opened higher on Wednesday as RBI cut lending rates by 25 basis points. Foreign investors continue to buy shares in cash market; on Tuesday they were net buyers to the tune of Rs 773 crore. Domestic investors were net sellers to the tune of Rs 304 crore. Market volume declined on Tuesday; in cash segment the volume was Rs 25,536 crore (11 per cent lower than Monday' volume) and in derivative segment volume was Rs 1.99 lakh crore (20 per cent lower than Monday's volume).

    • Hero MotoCorp, M&M, Eicher Motors in Focus Today

      Hero MotoCorp, M&M, Eicher Motors in Focus Today

      The Nifty opened flat on Tuesday. Domestic markets are likely to be supported by global cues with US stocks hitting record highs overnight. Both foreign and domestic investors were net buyers of local equities on Monday; FIIs bought stocks worth Rs 425 crore, while DIIs were net buyers to the tune of Rs 180 crore. Trading volume in cash market increased on Monday to Rs 28,575 crore (12 per cent higher than Saturday's volume). However, in the derivative segment volume was lower at Rs 2

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