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Briefly Business: Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG crosses 10 lakh

The Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG (DBTL) scheme,launched in 18 districts on June 1,has so far completed more than 10 lakh

Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG crosses 10 lakh

NEW DELHI: The Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG (DBTL) scheme,launched in 18 districts on June 1,has so far completed more than 10 lakh direct cash transfers to consumers’ bank accounts. A sum of Rs 41 crore has been transferred to LPG consumers in these districts,a government release said. ENS

Sebi sets deadline for SRO applicants

Mumbai: Market intermediaries interested in forming a Self Regulatory Organisation (SRO) for mutual fund distributors can file their applications till July 31,Sebi said on Thursday. PTI

I-T reminders on way to 12 lakh assessees

New Delhi: The Income Tax Department has started sending letters around 12 lakh assessees who are high spenders but do not file returns,a top finance ministry official said. The department had earlier issued letters to 1.75 lakh high priority assessees for not filing tax returns. PTI

NLC unions threaten strike on share sale

New Delhi: Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) share sale plans may hit rough weather with the state-run company on Thursday saying that its recognised and registered unions have threatened to go on indefinite strike against the decision. PTI

SpiceJet to charge for preferential seats

New Delhi: SpiceJet has announced charges for opting front row seats in its Bombardier and Boeing fleet and also for emergency row seats in the later. The seat-selection charges would range from Rs 300 to Rs 750. ENS

BIFR deregisters Fertiliser Corporation

New Delhi: The Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) has de-registered the Fertiliser Corporation of India Ltd (FCIL),paving way for revival of three closed urea plants with an investment of about Rs 17,000 crore. PTI

‘Exporters can avail credit to import gold’

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New Delhi: RBI has said jewellery exporters will be permitted to avail loans from banks and other institutions to import gold,a move which is aimed at encouraging exports. PTI