Monday Mania

  • Industry confidence hit all-time low during April-June quarter: Care Ratings
    on September 28, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    The CICI hit a nine-quarter low of 58 out of 200, continuing a largely declining trend since its inception during the first quarter of FY19 when it recorded a score of 119. The quarterly index evaluates 47 industries based on six parameters covering financial performance, creditworthiness and outlook.

  • IPL: Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Mumbai Indians in thrilling Super Over game
    on September 28, 2020 at 6:37 pm

    In the Super Over, Navdeep Saini conceded only 7 runs and RCB skipper Virat Kohli hit Jasprit Bumrah for a boundary off the final delivery to win it for his team. Chasing a target of 202, Mumbai Indians managed 201 for 5 after Ishan Kishan (99 off 58 balls) and Kieron Pollard (60 off 24 balls) nearly pulled off an incredible chase but could manage 8 off the required 19 runs in the last over.

  • Google to enforce Play store tax on the 3% of apps not paying
    on September 28, 2020 at 6:28 pm

    App stores are a fast-growing business as sales of Google’s search ads and Apple’s iPhone flatten out. Google said under 3% of developers with apps on its Play store sold digital goods over the last 12 months, and nearly 97% comply with its payment system policy.

  • Sonia Gandhi urges Congress chief ministers to pass laws to negate central farm acts
    on September 28, 2020 at 6:22 pm

    AICC general secretary (organisation) KC Venugopal communicated Gandhi’s ‘advice’ to the CMs. “Congress president has asked Congressruled states to explore possibilities to pass laws in their states under Article 254(2) of the Constitution which allows state legislatures to pass a law to override a central law which then comes for President’s assent,” Venugopal tweeted.

  • How a temporary US ban could destroy TikTok
    on September 28, 2020 at 5:59 pm

    While ByteDance is still in talks with U.S. investors, the White House and the Chinese government over how to structure the deal, the Trump administration had sought to ban new downloads of the app from U.S. app stores from Sept. 27. A U.S. judge has temporarily blocked that order.

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