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Srinagar bypoll: Low key campaign, parties use social media

The campaigning for the by-poll to the prestigious Srinagar Lok Sabha seat has been a low key affair in the backdrop of the five-month summer agitation last year but political parties and independent candidates have heavily relied on social media to reach out to the electorate.

Boy quits MNC, develops website to serve his village and society

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Many MNCs use profit shifting strategy to evade tax: Report

Many multinational companies operating in India and having links to tax havens use profit shifting strategies to "evade" taxes, according to a research report by Christian Aid.

Global cos hiring PhDs for captive centres in India: Experts

Global MNCs are increasingly hiring candidates with PhDs for their captive operations in India, experts have said.

Professional firms preferred over PSUs, MNCs for investment

A majority of institutional investors in the country prefer professionally-managed companies over PSUs, MNCs and promoter-controlled firms, according to a survey.

MNC stocks rally on delisting expectations

Shares of Indian units of many MNCs Monday surged higher on expectations that these companies might be delisted from the Indian stock market as regulator Sebi has refused to extend its deadline for meeting a minimum public shareholding of 25 percent in these companies.

Shares of MNC units spurt on hopes they may delist

Shares of the Indian units of MNCs are on the front-foot this year on investor hopes that many of their promoters may delist them in view of a government directive to increase public-holding in listed firms to a minimum of 25 percent in about a year's time.