The Ministry of Corporate Affairs is considering mandating large unlisted companies to file their quarterly results on the MCA21 portal and define the class of companies that will be covered under this proposed law, the report added.Subscribe to Moneycontrol Pro's Annual plan for Rs 399/- for the first year. Use coupon PRO2020 (Available on Web & Android only). … [Read more...] about Companies Act may be tweaked to allow private cos to list abroad: Report
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McBride: I’m not sure when they came up with that concept. Jody and I had never done anything in that world, dealing with an ad campaign. We had never done anything with that character outside of the show before so we were really not sure what we were getting into when we signed up for it. But the material was really funny; we thought it was an innovative way to sell a product–hiring a spokesman who doesn’t really know anything about the product and doesn’t communicate how most spokesmen would communicate. So we had a good time with the first one but we weren’t sure if we were ever going to do a second batch of them or not. When they came back to us and said they wanted to do more, we just thought, we trusted their taste and what they had come up with so we just sat back and waited to see what the next take on it would be. And when it came time to do the commercials again they wanted to make Kenny Powers the CEO and we thought it was a funny way to … [Read more...] about Danny McBride On The Last Act Of “Eastbound & Down,” His Role As K-Swiss Spokesman
The test message should be sent only when the system is in “test mode.” This mode could be identical to the real mode in every way except that the choice of messages would be limited to test ones. With each message stating clearly something like “THIS IS ONLY A TEST.” If dangerous messages are not in the list of possible ones, no serious error can occur. The alert system should normally be in TEST mode. It should only go into LIVE mode when a real signal is intended. The change–and then the choice of message should be confirmed by a second person. Require a second person to confirm the sending of a message–real or test–before it actually gets sent. The second person should be completely separated from the initiating person. It is like the two-key system used for numerous safety situations (for example in triggering an explosion for mining). Two locks are required, with two separate keys activated at the same time. The locks are far enough apart … [Read more...] about What Went Wrong In Hawaii, Human Error? Nope, Bad Design
But the government knew that the money coming back in the banking system did not make it legitimate. The government through its own sources and media reports knew that tax evaders had managed to legalise their unaccounted money using ‘money mules’ to make deposits, buy gold and foreign currencies as well as make backdated high-value purchases. … [Read more...] about One year after demonetisation, the government has data to show it worked
There is more activity in the courtrooms in the wind power sector than in the wind farms. A draft wind power policy has been launched by the central government which took a long time in the making. Even while wind power companies were waiting for the government to announce final policies, state governments (Tamil Nadu and Gujarat) wanted to take advantage of the lower tariffs announced their own auctions. This move, however, was dismissed by the High Courts in both the state. … [Read more...] about Is it labour pains for the wind power sector?