Benares HotelsStandalone Quarterly Resultsin Rs. Cr.Dec'19Sep'19Dec'18Net Sales/Income from operations21.2611.2218.00Other Operating Income------Total Income From Operations21.2611.2218.00EXPENDITUREConsumption of Raw Materials1.891.221.63Purchase of Traded Goods------Increase/Decrease in Stocks------Power & Fuel----1.27Employees Cost2.812.882.68Depreciation1.611.501.32Excise Duty------Admin. And Selling Expenses------R & D Expenses------Provisions And Contingencies------Exp. Capitalised------Other Expenses7.635.275.96P/L Before Other Inc. , Int., Excpt. Items & Tax7.330.355.15Other Income0.010.010.09P/L Before Int., Excpt. Items & Tax7.340.365.23Interest0.310.270.30P/L Before Exceptional Items & Tax7.030.084.93Exceptional Items------P/L Before Tax7.030.084.93Tax1.79-0.571.37P/L After Tax from Ordinary Activities5.240.653.56Prior Year Adjustments------Extra Ordinary Items------Net Profit/(Loss) For the Period5.240.653.56Equity Share Capital1.301.301.30Reserves … [Read more...] about Benares Hotels Standalone December 2019 Net Sales at Rs 21.26 crore, up 18.14% Y-o-Y
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While everything is linked, the basic issue is that this wheel does not work because professionals are not standing up. That can only change due to punitive legislation. I think CFOs must be made criminally liable for participating in cases of outright fraud. The intent of the promoter is actually executed by the CFO. In 95 percent of the cases, unless the CFO is involved you cannot perpetrate a fraud. So, punitive legislation to make CFOs legally liable, (if not criminally liable) is very, very important. … [Read more...] about CFOs must be made legally liable in case of outright fraud: Prabal Basu Roy
It seems unlikely that the White House would move quickly toward a facial recognition ban, if at all. The Trump administration rarely strays from its pro-business, hands-off regulatory approach. It also wouldn’t care for the optics of tying the hands of law enforcement to detect and ID criminals. The same stance has less to the administration backing the Justice Department’s efforts to pressure technology companies such as Apple to build encryption “backdoors” into their devices so that law enforcement can access the contents. … [Read more...] about Privacy groups want a federal facial-recognition ban, but it’s a long shot
But the prevalence of automation will mean that more and more jobs will require an ability to work with new sorts of technology. “As an individual, you’re going to have to constantly ask yourself, how will the future of work technology affect my industry?” says Latham. A job in sales or marketing, for example, will require competence in navigating customer management software such as Salesforce. Nurses and doctors will have to work alongside robots. That means that along with having soft skills, workers of the future will need to be prepared to perform jobs with a strong technological component. … [Read more...] about Will you still need a college education in 2040?
Axis Bank’s Shubh Aarambh Home Loan, on the other hand, is a similar scheme, but with a maximum amount of Rs 30 lakh, presumably targeting affordable housing borrowers. This scheme waives off your four EMIs at the end of fourth, eighth and 12th years, respectively. The home loan can also be used to purchase an under-construction, a resale or ready-move-in property. The minimum home loan tenure is 20 years at the time of loan disbursement and the maximum home loan amount is Rs 30 lakh. A total of 12 EMIs will be waived off by each of the two Axis home loan schemes. … [Read more...] about Home loans with EMI waivers: Should you go for them?