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Jewellers, traders seek more time for hallmarking

Jewellers, traders seek more time for hallmarking 0

🕔16:19, 9.Jun 2020

Jewellers and bullion traders have urged the government to extend the deadline for mandatory hallmarking by a year to January 2022, saying the loss of business and demand slump due to the coronavirus pandemic will make hallmarking of any unsold

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Jewellers to sell only 14, 18, 22 carat hallmarked gold jewellery from Jan 2021: Ram Vilas Paswan

Jewellers to sell only 14, 18, 22 carat hallmarked gold jewellery from Jan 2021: Ram Vilas Paswan 0 Updated

🕔12:35, 15.Jan 2020

Jewellers can sell only hallmarked jewellery and artefacts made of 14, 18 and 22 carat gold from January 15, 2021 and violation of this will attract penalty and imprisonment of one year, Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on

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Gold jewellery may not be as pure as sellers promise: MMTC-PAMP

Gold jewellery may not be as pure as sellers promise: MMTC-PAMP 0

🕔18:54, 3.Jan 2020

NEW DELHI: The glittering gold jewellery that has burnt a hole in your pocket may not be as pure as the seller had promised, the country’s leading gold refiner has alleged. According to MMTC PAMP, the scrap gold that the

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Is the hallmark on your gold jewellery genuine?

Is the hallmark on your gold jewellery genuine? 0

🕔17:28, 30.Dec 2019

While buying gold jewellery, it’s advisable to check the hallmark to ensure you get what you are paying for and its purity is as promised by the jeweller. Hallmark is basically a certification of purity given by assaying and hallmarking

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Industry geared up for compulsory hallmarking in gold jewellery

Industry geared up for compulsory hallmarking in gold jewellery 0 Updated

🕔17:35, 26.Dec 2019

The central government has recently announced to make gold hallmarking mandatory in the country by 15th January 2021. During the press conference, the Union consumer affairs minister Ram Vilas Paswan informed that a notification in this regard will be issued

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Hallmarking move may change gold market dynamics

Hallmarking move may change gold market dynamics 0

🕔13:48, 3.Dec 2019

Kolkata: The government’s decision to make hallmarking mandatory for gold jewellery from January 15, 2021, is likely to change the dynamics of the market for the next one year. Bullion dealers and jewellers said that in the run-up to the mandatory hallmarking, jewellers will push non-hallmarked jewellery to

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No hallmark, no gold sales from January 2021

No hallmark, no gold sales from January 2021 0 Updated

🕔12:25, 2.Dec 2019

NEW DELHI: No jeweller will be allowed to sell gold jewellery or artefacts without hallmarking from January 15, 2021. The government will issue a notification by mid-January next year giving artefacts without hallmarking from January 15, 2021. The government will

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Commerce Ministry approves mandatory gold hallmarking: Ram Vilas Paswan

Commerce Ministry approves mandatory gold hallmarking: Ram Vilas Paswan 0 Updated

🕔11:17, 9.Oct 2019

The Commerce Ministry has approved a proposal to make BIS hallmarking mandatory for gold jewellery, but it can be implemented only after informing the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Friday. As per global

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Govt initiates process to make gold hallmarking mandatory

Govt initiates process to make gold hallmarking mandatory 0 Updated

🕔12:50, 21.Aug 2019

The Centre has revived its intention to make hallmarking mandatory for gold jewellery and plans to notify the regulation in WTO in a week time, a top official said. Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Director-General Surina Rajan, however, assured the

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RBI directs banks to be more proactive on GMS

RBI directs banks to be more proactive on GMS 0

🕔16:27, 20.Aug 2019

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India’s direction to all lenders to promote and publicise the Gold Monetisation Scheme (GMS) from their branches underscores the intent of the banking regulator to make the Scheme a success, said officials from two private

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