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Indian facet in 2018 Australian summer time remains to be one of many hardest I’ve seen: Justin Langer

Australia head coach Justin Langer has mentioned that Australia have an unlimited respect for the Indian cricket staff and none of their gamers are underestimated by the Kangaroos. Virat Kohli and KL Rahul (Reuters Picture) HIGHLIGHTS We have now huge respect for the Indian cricket staff: Langer Cheteshwar Pujara like all batsmen will pose challenges:…

Software services to Indian firm's overseas client liable to GST: AAR

Software program companies to Indian agency’s abroad shopper liable to GST: AAR

Corporations offering info expertise software program associated companies to abroad shopper of an Indian enterprise could be liable to pay 18 per cent GST, the Authority of Advance Ruling (AAR) has mentioned. A agency engaged within the enterprise of offering software program associated consultancy companies in Oracle ERP approached the Tamil Nadu bench of the…

Is Kanye West Running for President in 2020? Everything We Know So Far

Is Kanye West Working for President in 2020? All the pieces We Know So Far

Is Kanye West operating for president in 2020? The rapper seemingly introduced his presidential marketing campaign on Saturday, July 4, in a tweet celebrating the vacation. “We should now understand the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our imaginative and prescient and constructing our future. I’m operating for president of the USA! #2020VISION,” Kanye,…

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Clothes manufacturing unit in UK faces fashionable slavery probe

A clothes manufacturing unit named Jaswal Fashions based mostly within the jap England metropolis of Leicester faces a contemporary slavery investigation after an undercover reporter alleged sweatshop-like circumstances and under minimal wage funds to its employees, a lot of them from India. In line with ‘The Sunday Instances’, its undercover reporter discovered that employees had…

Telecom tariff hike 'inevitable', timing depends on 'unprecedented' COVID-19 crisis

Telecom tariff hike ‘inevitable’, timing depends upon ‘unprecedented’ COVID-19 disaster

Tariff hike within the telecom sector is “inevitable” as the present construction doesn’t enable affordable returns for operators, though so much would rely on the timing given the “unprecedented” scale of the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant affordability disaster, in accordance with EY. Acknowledging that a direct tariff improve will not be possible within the present…