Jewellers strike enters 34th day against excise duty

A large number of jewellery establishments in the country remained shut for the 34th day today to protest against one per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

Bullion markets remain shut to protest 1% excise duty

Bullion markets remain shut to protest 1% excise duty

A large number of jewellery shops across the country remained closed on Saturday as gold traders continued their protest against one per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

Artisans, job workers exempt from 1% excise on jewellery: Finance Ministry

Artisans, job workers exempt from 1% excise on jewellery: Finance Ministry

In a bid to calm the frayed nerves of jewellers agitating against imposition of 1 percent excise duty, the finance ministry today said artisans and job workers will not have to pay this levy.

Will take up excise duty issue with PM: Union Minister to jewellers

Will take up excise duty issue with PM: Union Minister to jewellers

Gujarat MP and Union Minister Mohan Kundariya today said he will take up with Prime Minister Narendra Modi the excise duty issue raised by striking jewellers in an effort to resolve the matter.

Income Tax department publishes names of 18 more defaulters owing over Rs 1,100 crore

Income Tax department publishes names of 18 more defaulters owing over Rs 1,100 crore

The Income tax department's public notice containing the names of the 18 defaulters who have either gone untraceable or have inadequate assets to pay is the third such list this year after names of 49 defaulters with a tax liability of over Rs 2,000 crore were earlier released in two instalments.

'Six traders account for 40% of India's total gold imports'

Just six gold traders accounted for as high as 40 percent of total gold imports to India during April-September, according to a government analysis.

Gold traders struggle for supplies despite record premiums

Gold traders in India, the world's biggest buyer of the metal, struggled to find supplies amid low demand ahead of Dhanteras, the biggest gold buying festival, even as premiums stayed at record highs.

Gold traders keep away from imports for 3rd week

Gold importers stayed on the sidelines for a third straight week due to policy uncertainty on shipments and supporting premiums.

Gold traders wary of fresh deals as prices hit one-month high

Gold traders in India, the world's biggest buyer of the yellow metal, refrained from striking fresh deals on Monday as prices rose to their highest in more than a month.

Gold recovers on fresh buying; silver ends steady

Gold prices recovered by Rs 130 to Rs 30,200 per ten grams in the national capital Monday on fresh buying by stockists.

Gold snaps 3-day falling trend, closes at Rs 30,415 per 10 gm

Snapping a three-day falling trend, gold prices recovered by Rs 25 to Rs 30,415 per ten grams in the national capital on Monday, on revival of buying at existing lower levels, amid a firming global trend.

Gold traders expect surge in sales ahead of Dhanteras, Diwali

Gold jewellers are expecting a surge in sale of gold as people throng shops ahead of the festivals of Dhanteras and Diwali.

Gold traders on Akshaya Tritiya high

Jewellery makers and gold traders are expecting good business this Akshaya Tritiya compared to last year as sales have picked up before the auspicious day despite high gold prices.

Jewellers strike enters 17th day

The strike by bullion traders and jewellers continued for the 17th day today to protest the proposed increase in import duty on gold and imposition of excise duty on unbranded jewellery.