Bihar CM says will forgive small traders who indulge in black marketing
Bihar CM says will forgive small traders who indulge in black marketing

Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has made a shocking comment by announcing that his government would forgive all those small traders who indulge in black marketing worth small amount in order to see that their children gets education.

Section of traders down shutters in Kerala

A section of shops across the state remained closed on Wednesday in response to a strike call given by `Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopanasamithi` to protest the new e-declaration policy and other policies of the government.

Oil prices mixed as Iraq keeps markets on edge

Global oil prices traded in mixed fashion ahead of the weekend Friday, with Brent slightly higher as traders watched developments in the jihadist-led offensive in Iraqi, OPEC`s second-largest oil producer.

Sops for farmers, traders in Maharashtra Budget

With an eye on assembly elections after the drubbing it got in the Lok Sabha polls, the Congress-NCP state government Thursday presented a Rs 4,103.3 crore deficit Budget for 2014-15 with a slew of sops for farmers, traders and professionals.

Dikshit announces VAT amnesty scheme to win traders

Sheila Dikshit announced a VAT amnesty scheme under which defaulters will be allowed to disclose the outstanding amount voluntarily while being exempted from paying penalty and interest on dues.

Traders should open shops for the sake of people: Raj Thackeray

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray today appealed to the traders, who have been protesting against imposition of Local Bodies Tax (LBT), to open their shops so that common people do not suffer.

Bihar to bring social security plan for traders: Nitish

The Bihar government is going to implement a social security plan for traders as part of which those paying regular taxes would be given a Rs 2 lakh assistance in the event of death in accident, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said.

Mamata’s ultimatum to traders over fires

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday gave traders and the business community 15 days to take measures against fires.

Traders protest against extortion calls

Hundreds of traders and industrialists held demonstration to draw attention to extortion calls received by them even as police nabbed two extortionists.

Officer removed on Mamata`s order, traders protest

The officer-in-charge of the Dubrajpur police station in Birbhum district was Wednesday removed on the orders of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

FDI in retail: Traders in Kerala down shutters

Trading activities came to a virtual halt across Kerala as shop owners downed shutters to protest against the policies of the Central and state governments,on FDI in multi-brand retail.

UP traders to protest `close at 7 pm` order

Upset over the UP govt`s order to close shops and malls by 7 pm in the face of acute power crisis, traders have decided to hold protests on Wednesday.

Traders demand cross-LoC panel

Cross-LoC traders on Thursday demanded setting up of a panel, comprising members from both sides, and increasing the number of items for trade to 50 from the present 21.

Goa suspends licences of all iron ore traders

Goa`s new government suspended the licences of all the 448 traders in the state in a bid to weed out fake traders
operating in the mining industry.

Bandh called by traders hits life in Srinagar

A complete shutdown called by traders and transporters Friday affected normal life in this Jammu and Kashmir summer capital and other parts of the Valley.

Traders safe in China, return will take time: MEA

Government on Thursday said the two Indian traders, who were mistreated in the Yiwu city of China, are now safe in Shanghai.

Traders` stir in Tripura hits Indo-Bangla trade

Union Home Minister P Chidambaram in May this year had laid the foundation stone for the construction of the ICP at Akhaurah LCS to boost trade.

FDI in retail: Kerala Traders to observe shutdown

The protest call was given by the leading traders` body in the state, the Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopana Samity.

GNLA rebels abduct two Assam traders

Two Assam-based bamboo traders have allegedly been abducted by GNLA rebels prompting security forces in Meghalaya to launch search operations.

Jharkhand: Traders robbed Rs 25 lakh

Armed men looted
Rs 25 lakh from two Patna-based coal traders and fled with
their car from near Barhi railway construction site.