"There are so many requirements for compliance in India, yet there is not a single comprehensive list or way to know what compliance a company needs to adhere to. We all want to be compliant but it seems almost impossible. The country is pinning a lot of expectations on the 2020 budget," said Arihant Jain, Co-Founder and CEO, Seekify - a customer experience automation platform. From the new budget, start-up owners are hoping for tax breaks for employee stock ownership plans (ESOP) that give workers, ownership interest in companies. … [Read more...] about Budget 2020: Indian Start-Ups Want Single-Window Statutory Clearances
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The team managing new Investments at Info Edge Ventures will continue to manage the existing financial investment portfolio as well. And the team managing strategic investments (non-financial investments) shall remain the same as earlier.Get access to India's fastest growing financial subscriptions service Moneycontrol Pro for as little as Rs 599 for first year. Use the code "GETPRO". Moneycontrol Pro offers you all the information you need for wealth creation including actionable investment ideas, independent research and insights & analysis For more information, check out the Moneycontrol website or mobile app. … [Read more...] about Info Edge’s tech start-up investment coffer much larger at Rs 750cr
“The university will offer courses in engineering, medical, law, languages, accountancy etc besides gurbani research, Sikh history and gurmat sangeet. Local people of other faiths are happy because value-based education is the need of the hour at a time when youths are getting hooked to drugs and other things,” he added. … [Read more...] about Work to set up first Sikh varsity outside India on in US city
The 14-year-old Ari had found the perfect vehicle for her punky-reggae party. The band created their own style of music at a time when there were no templates. "That first rehearsal, I played the drums because I loved the drums, then I started singing, I think it was the Ramones' Blitzkrieg Bop. We didn't have a plan, we just worked with the lyrics and made the music. We only knew that we would not be influenced by anyone else. That was what was important. We were not feminists politically but we took pride in putting ourselves together without men. We wanted to be natural and female. We wanted feminine rhythms." … [Read more...] about Ari Up obituary
‘Not impeachable’Mr. Trump has signalled he remains in tight control of his party, with many Senate Republicans expressing public support for the President despite a vigorous, comprehensive case outlining his misconduct. “I don’t believe anything they’ve said so far is impeachable,” Senator Rick Scott told reporters. … [Read more...] about Democrats wrap up case against Donald Trump
Kate and Prince William, who is the president of BAFTA, will met with representatives including BAFTA Chief Executive Amanda Berry, and watch the star-studded ceremony from the front row, which takes place at the Royal Albert Hall. William is also on hand to present the Fellowship award — the ceremony’s highest accolade — to director Sir Ridley Scott. … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton Hits the Red Carpet in Deep Green Amid BAFTA’s Time’s Up All-Black Dress Code
Kate Middleton is well schooled in the art of sartorial diplomacy. But at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards on Feb. 18 in London, she’ll have to decide if she wants to follow the trend and send a message with her clothing choice. … [Read more...] about Will Kate Middleton Join Other Women in Wearing Black for Time’s Up at British Film Awards?
Up starts with a perfect testament to Pixar's economy and sureness of touch as our lead character, Carl Fredericksen, and his childhood sweetheart live from childhood to old age in the first 10 minutes, also giving resonance to the subsequent plot, which gives the phrase "moving house" a whole new meaning. It's full of action and colour, as well as imagination, as befits the studio's first conceived in 3D as well as the first animation film to open Cannes. (The DVD is not 3D, but looks absolutely fine.) Pete Docter, a regular writer who also directed Monsters Inc, is the guiding hand for a typically imaginative, inventive film. … [Read more...] about DVD review: Up
Jerry Stones was the head zookeeper in the 1960s at the zoo in Omaha, Nebraska. One day some of his keepers came to him and said all the orangutans were loose and up in the trees near the elephants. They all ran to the orangs, lured them back to their enclosure, and then tried to figure how they had gotten out. Jerry was sure one of the keepers had forgotten to lock the enclosure door. Over the next few weeks it happened several more times with the same results. The keepers swore they were making sure the door was carefully locked. Jerry threatened to fire someone. Several days after the last escape, one of the keepers came running to Jerry and said, "You have to come see this." They snuck up to the orangutan enclosure and watched Fu Manchu, the dominant male, fiddling with the door lock. He had something in his hand, but they couldn't figure out what it was. As they watched they realized he had a piece of wire he slipped into the slit between the door and the door stop and skillfully … [Read more...] about Nature up close: Are humans really the smartest species?
The music industry is already supporting Time’s Up in other ways. The Nashville-based female singer-songwriting collective, the Song Suffragettes, just released a song, “Time’s Up,” that openly acknowledges the imbalance between men and women and the discrimination and harassment women face. … [Read more...] about Celebrities Will Wear White Roses to the 2018 Grammy Awards to Support Time’s Up