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Troubled edtech firm Byju’s told the National Company Law Tribunal on Wednesday that it had referred its dispute with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to an arbitrator. The company said it’s trying to resolve the matter through negotiations with the cricket governing body. Share: More Posts Send Us A Message

Start Ups

Elon Musk’s artificial intelligence company, xAI, has secured $500 million in commitments from investors toward a $1 billion goal, according to people with knowledge of the talks.    The company is discussing a valuation of $15 billion to $20 billion, though terms could still change in the coming weeks, the people said, declining to be named …

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Corporate Affairs

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a statutory and quasi-judicial body working under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. It was established under the Competition Act, 2002 for the administration, implementation and enforcement of the Act, and was duly constituted in March 2009. Share: More Posts Send Us A Message


Very soon, you can block your trading accounts just like demat accounts, ATMs, and Credit Cards. In a circular dated 12 January, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has planned to offer the facility of voluntary freezing or blocking of the ‘Trading Accounts’ by clients.  SEBI’s new security measure will allow customers to …

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Income Tax

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The GST council is likely to meet on August 02, to finally decide the implementation of GST on online gaming. The council will also decide whether the 28% GST will be levied on the deposits or on every game. The revenue secretary yesterday had acknowledged that levying 28% tax on every game will lead to …

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