If eligible equity shareholders are holding equity shares in physical form as on record date, and have not provided the details of their demat accounts to the company or to the registrar, they are required to provide their demat account details to the company or the registrar by June 1 to enable the credit of the rights entitlements by way of transfer from the demat suspense escrow account to their respective demat accounts, at least one day before the issue closing date. … [Read more...] about Explainer | All you need to know about RIL rights entitlement
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“‘Plandemic’ is a part of a larger narrative of conspiracy theories and disinformation reporters have been highlighting since the pandemic began,” Jane Lytvynenko, who reported on the video for BuzzFeed, said in an email. “Its popularity shows how vital it is to keep reporting on false and misleading information and take online events as seriously as offline ones.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | How the ‘Plandemic’ movie and its falsehoods spread widely online
According to FOX 13, the Brooksville, Florida, restaurant has posted signs explaining that it will not support the NFL this year because of its “lack of compassion and gratitude for our American service members.” While the players engaging in the protests have repeatedly stated that the protests have nothing to do with veterans, that smear tactic has been repeated by President Donald Trump and others in an attempt to undercut the players’ message. … [Read more...] about NFL protests: Why Yelpers are pouncing on Florida restaurant Beef O’Brady’s
Since the recently announced FDI hike is in defence manufacturing, it brings into focus India’s preparedness (or lack thereof) for efficient and seamless exports in strategic sectors. If the objective of this FDI hike is indeed to augment defence exports, then there is an emergent need to review the extant export control regulatory regime. India cannot afford to continue with its cautious, process driven approach if it truly wants to promote its defence exports and achieve the $5 billion target. … [Read more...] about It is India’s hour to shine, but will it?
COVID-19 has taught some bitter lessons to the migrant labour. One, they do not like to beg, which is what they are having to do now, holding out their hands, even for food, in front of donors of all kinds. When they left the cities without salaries, it dealt a cruel blow to their aspirations. Usually when the migrant labour goes back home, it is with goodies and money for the immediate family. They are warmly welcomed by everyone who want a gift. This time, they have been shunned by all. Governments do not want them, nor do their employers. Doting relatives aren’t waiting for them and there is a sense of despair as they are broke, Rajan explains. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 represents the most flagrant violation of Inter-State Migration Act, says Irudaya Rajan