Catholic Syrian Bank to hire 30 specialist officers. Catholic Syrian Bank (CSB) recently issued a recruitment notification inviting applications to fill up 30 specialist officer positions across India.
The bank is looking at candidates who have successfully completed charter accountancy (CA) from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Bank will announce the details about the last date to apply for and the date of the online test on its website at a later stage. Vacancies The total number of vacancies pan India is 30. Selected candidates may be appointed as assistant manager or manager in scale I/II in IBA scale considering their experience and as per the bank’s existing terms and conditions. The candidates can also be posted in branches in other locations, across the country, including Ahmedabad, Pune, Mumbai, Vashi, New Delhi, Secunderabad, Vadodra and Bangalore.
Eligibility criteria Application process A step-by-step guide on how to fill CSB application form: Will retain Force India ownership, whether I stay in India or UK: Mallya. Troubled Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has dismissed speculation of a possible sale of his team to Australian David Brabham or Formula One’s former commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
In an interview with talkSPORT radio broadcast on Friday, the flamboyant liquor and aviation tycoon said he remained in for the long haul despite his legal problems with the Indian government. “There have been no conversations with Brabham, I haven’t even met them,” he said. GST: Govt likely to defer E-Way Bill due to lack of software. Champions Trophy 2017: Shikhar Dhawan breaks Sachin Tendulkar's record. India’s victory against South Africa at the Oval on Sunday was special, not only for the team and its billions of fans but also for opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan.
Clearly, in the middle of a purple patch, the left-hander has continued his love affair with Champions Trophy. As he smashed yet another half-century, scoring 78 in India's chase of 192 runs, Dhawan broke the enviable record of master blaster Sachin Tendulkar and became the fastest batsman to score 1,000 runs in ICC one-day international matches. While Tendulkar had taken 18 innings to reach the milestone, Dhawan did so in just 16.
Champions Trophy 2017 Shikhar Dhawan breaks Sachin Tendulkars record. Insulin salt settop box Full list of items that get cheaper under GST. Insulin, salt, set-top box: Full list of items that get cheaper under GST. The Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council on Sunday reduced rates for 66 items just two weeks ahead of the new tax regime's roll-out.
The Council also expanded the scope of the composition scheme for the benefit of small traders, manufacturers, and restaurateurs. The composition scheme is a presumptive taxation scheme allowing small traders, manufacturers, and restaurants to pay a one-five per cent GST rate on sales without tax credits. (Read the full notification here) Among the 133 items whose rates were reviewed following industry representation, the GST rates for telecom services, marbles, granite, spectacles, among others, were retained. Karnataka bandh over river dispute: All to know before stepping out of home. Normal life is unlikely to be disrupted even though the pro-Kannada organisations have called for a state-wide low-key bandh on Monday in lieu of early implementation of the Mahadayi river water dispute.
The bandh, which is being held from dawn to dusk, will be led by Kannada Okoota, an umbrella organisation of the pro-Kannada bodies in the state. Protestors are slated to organise a protest march from Town Hall to Vidhana Soudha in Bengaluru. What is the protest about? Pro-Kannada organisations have called for a bandh to press for a number of demands. While the prime reason is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intervention in the Mahadayi river dispute, other demands include farm loan waiver and a permanent solution to the water scarcity problem in parched areas. BJP's Sambit Patra falls for 'fake news' on social media yet again. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra, who was asked to leave the NDTV 24×7 show ‘Left Right and Centre’ by anchor Nidhi Razdan after he accused the channel of “having an anti-BJP agenda”, seems to be holding a grudge against the news channel.
Patra on Sunday fell for ‘fake news’ when he re-tweeted a story by the Times of Islamabad website on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ programme. Investors beware: Stock markets are not prepared for GST disruption. With the July 1 Goods and Services Tax (GST) roll-out in place, a critical area from the government’s perspective is the readiness of the Goods and Services Tax Network as compliance to the new regime is entirely dependent on the efficacy of the service providers.
The government has to ensure that smaller businesses in Tier-2 and -3 cities are ready as this community is, by and large, clueless, while at the same time, their awareness is critical for GST's success. Twitter is helping Yogi govt in UP reach out to people; here's how. Chhota Shakeel's aide arrested, was planning to target Pakistan-born Canadian writer Tarek Fatah. Delhi Police's Special Cell has arrested an aide of gangster Chhota Shakeel, who was planning to target Pakistan-born Canadian writer Tarek Fatah.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) P S Kushwah said Junaid Chaudhary (21) was nabbed on the intervening night of June 7 and 8 from Wazirabad road in north-east Delhi. The DCP said Chaudhary was planning to target the writer, known for his controversial remarks. Even though Fatah was not in Delhi, the aide was here to carry out a recce, he said. A pistol and four live cartridges were seized from him, the police officer said.
Chaudhary was arrested in June last year along with three others with arms and hawala money sent by Shakeel, but was released on bail within four months. If you have Aadhaar, you must link it to PAN to file I-T return, says SC. The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the newly inserted provision in the Income Tax Act mandating linking of Aadhaar number with Permanent Account Number (PAN), but it partially stayed its operation.
Modi,Sharif exchange pleasantries at SCO but Kulbhushan row casts shadow. Astana (Kazakhstan): Eighteen months after their last meeting – in Lahore, under happier circumstances – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi came face-to-face with his Pakistani counterpart here on Thursday.
All that transpired in this fleeting encounter is that Modi inquired after Sharif’s health. Though this encounter may possibly act as a breaker on the sharp escalation in tensions between the two countries, the gulf that has grown between them is difficult to bridge – as evidenced by the meeting the same day in distant Holland, where Indian and Pakistani officials sat down at the International Court of Justice to discuss the timetable for the ongoing Kulbhushan Jadhav case.
UK elections 2017: June 19 Brexit talks may be delayed as May loses House majority. A hung Parliament is the likely result of the June 8 general elections in the UK as the Theresa May-led Conservatives have failed to win an overall majority. the latest BBC forecast has said. The Gurdian has also reported that a hung Parliament has been confirmed.
At the time of writing, the Conservatives were predicted to win 318 seats, down from the 331 won by the party in the 2015 general election, while the Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour Party was predicted to win 261 seats, adding 29 seats to their previous tally. With talks on Britain's departure from the European Union due to start on June 19, the election results have brought in an element of uncertainty at a time when the UK could perhaps least afford it. In fact, Reuters reported that the talks could now be delayed. The results were in line with what exit polls had forecast. The Conservative party is shy of the magic 326 figure for an overall majority in the House of Commons. Modi and Erdogan: Strong right-wing leaders putting their democracies in peril.
At the beginning of May, Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s first post-referendum foreign visit was to meet India’s prime minister Narendra Modi. UK Elections 2017 end in hung parliament but Indian markets will weather the storm. Indian markets edged lower on Friday, in line with their Asian peers as the exit poll in the United Kingdom (UK) predicted a loss for the British Prime Minister Theresa May's ruling Conservative party that could result in a hung Parliament and delay Brexit talks. Asian markets were trading mixed on Friday, with Nikkei, Straits Times and KOSPI marginally in the green, while Hang Seng, Taiwan Weighted and Jakarta Composite slipped 0.1% - 0.3% in intra-day deals.
Back home, the S&P BSE Sensex and the Nifty50 indices were trading around 0.2% lower each at 31,153 and 9,618 levels, respectively. Going ahead, the reaction by financial markets will be seen as an important gauge of how investors look at the United Kingdom’s prospects, the impact on Indian markets, however, is likely to be limited. Though the fall seen on Friday was warranted given the global linkages, analysts say, Indian markets are expected to perform better than most other emerging and developed markets over the long run. Eye in the sky: Isro to launch new satellite in Cartosat-2 series in June.
When Indian Army soldiers crossed the Line of Control last year to conduct surgical strikes against terrorists, they had help from an "eye in the sky". Now, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is strengthening this capability by launching an earth observation satellite belonging to the Cartosat-2 series later this month. The mission's primary objective is to provide high-resolution, scene-specific spot imagery. What about the villas, flats? Mystery over Air India's foreign properties. Air India has kept prime properties owned by it with the banking consortium, the airline's mortgage document shows. But, according to the amalgamation document of Air India and Indian Airlines reviewed by Business Standard, it seems that the national carrier and the erstwhile Indian Airlines had a host of other properties across the world whose ownership status is presently unclear.
None of these properties are pledged with banks owed money by Air India. Amazon, Flipkart offer discounts to clear stocks ahead of GST roll-out. Indian army prepared for multi front war says Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat. Uber fires APAC chief for accessing sharing Delhi rape victims records. Uber fires APAC chief for accessing, sharing Delhi rape victim's records. US ride-hailing company Uber fired a senior executive who obtained medical records of a passenger who was raped by her Uber driver in India, on the pretext of investigating whether it was a ploy by competitor Ola to sabotage its India operations. According to two reports by ReCode and The New York Times, Eric Alexander, who served as the President of Business for the Asia Pacific region, was terminated on Tuesday after reporters began contacting the company about the incident. Stop all benefits for CMs, PM Modi: Maha farmers reply to partial loan sops.
Angry over Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis' statement that the government can not waive loans for all of them, Maharashtra's farmers, gathered in Nashik for protests, have demanded that all facilities, increments, and benefits of government officials, including chief ministers and even the prime minister, be cut immediately. Diesel, petrol prices to change daily from June 16; dealers raise concerns. State-run oil marketing companies (OMCs) have decided to roll out the daily revision of fuel prices nationally from the second fortnight of June.
However, this has raised concerns about viability and inventory management among dealers. Currently, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPCL) review retail fuel prices every fortnight while taking global crude oil prices into account. Myanmar plane with 120 on board crashes, wreckage found: All we know so far. Flights to Doha longer as Indian carriers skip UAE take Pak, Iran routes. Flights to Doha longer as Indian carriers skip UAE; take Pak, Iran routes. Fliers from India will now spend an additional half hour on their flights to Doha, with the worsening crisis in the Persian Gulf prompting carriers to skip airspace over the UAE. On Monday, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, Egypt and Yemen severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing Doha of supporting terrorism. They also suspended air, sea and land transport.
The UAE also asked all foreign airlines to obtain prior clearance to use its airspace for Doha flights. The situation worsened on Tuesday, with Bahrain and Saudi Arabia revoking the licence of Qatar Airways to operate in their territory. With tension high, India airlines are preparing to deal with the crisis. In post-Sonia Congress, Rahul wants these changes in party structure. Amid expectation that he would succeed Sonia Gandhi as the Congress president by mid-October, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday suggested the Congress Working Committee (CWC) a blueprint on the future shape of the party structure. Second suicide bombing reported at Iran shrine IS claims responsibility. Iran parliament attacked, at least one gunman involved: Reports. At least one gunman opened fire inside the Iranian parliament on Wednesday, wounding several people, state media reported.
There were mixed reports, with some local news agencies reporting there was a single shooter inside the Tehran parliamentary complex and others saying there were three men armed with rifles and a pistol. News agencies ISNA and Fars said three people had been shot, including at least one security guard. IN PICS: UP CM Adityanath and Baba Ramdev practice asanas ahead of Yoga day. Maharashtra farmers' strike: Fadnavis has lost the plot despite loan waiver. Nasty regional rivalry? What triggered Qatar-Gulf dispute & why it matters. Govt fixes GST rates on all items: Impact on sectors and stocks. Adani to go ahead with $16.5-bn Australian mine project. Apple to take on Facebook, Paytm with digital payments within iMessage. Rocket crashes inside Indian Ambassador Manpreet Vohra's house in Kabul. CBI raids NDTV's Prannoy Roy for 2008 deals with ICICI Bank.
Qatar-Saudi rift part of turmoil Trump's visit left behind in West Asia. ICC Champions Trophy: Top 8 memorable India vs Pakistan matches. Oil prices jump after Saudi Arabia and Arab allies cut ties with Qatar. ICC Champions Trophy Top 8 memorable India vs Pakistan matches. We will not succumb says NDTV in a statement after CBI raids Prannoy Roy. GST on gold: Buying and making jewellery to get expensive for consumers. Acidified ocean water found along US West Coast. Oil prices jump after Saudi Arabia and Arab allies cut ties with Qatar. Why Isro's launch of heaviest rocket GSLV MK-III is a big deal for India. Bandipora attack: Defence Experts laud Indian Army for killing militants. T rex bone proves Jurassic Park will never exist: study.
NDTV to bring down curtains on NDTV Profit. India to keep Paris climate pact vows despite US pulling out of the deal. Harvard University to offer 'Game of Thrones' history course. Another Ruby Rai? Bihar Class 12 topper can't explain basics of music. IT jobs can be saved if senior executives take pay cuts: Narayana Murthy. Tiger Shroff shares first look of 'Munna Michael' Infosys staffer found dead in firms Chennai premises foulplay suspected. How to link your Aadhaar with PAN through just an SMS.
Rajasthan Judge says peacock is 'celibate', Twitter explodes with laughter. WhatsApp users beware! You can end up paying for fake subscription fee. Cow should be national animal, its killers must get life term: Rajasthan HC.