India’s parliament began its Monsoon Session on July 18 to disrupted proceedings as the Modi government looks to implement a packed legislative agenda.
India is failing to leverage its labor market size by leaving out its women from the workplace; higher female participation could boost the country’s GDP by a much greater margin than even its flagship investment programs.
The Companies (Appointment and Qualification of Directors) Fourth Amendment Rules, 2018 require those with a DIN to complete their KYC before August 31.
India offers tax, business, and regulatory incentives to foreign investors in the electronics manufacturing sector to service the huge domestic market, scale down imports, and increase exports.
All companies in India, including LLPs and startups, have to report the total foreign investments made into their respective entities by July 12 as per notification by the Reserve Bank of India.
India has eased the process of obtaining environmental approvals but companies should follow best practices during operations to manage risk exposure.
We discuss the structure of India’s labor laws, the composition of its labor market, and put a spotlight on the need for greater female participation in the Indian workforce.
India’s entertainment business is rapidly diversifying and expanding across new and old industry segments – streaming, local language content, TV.