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Digital financial inclusion in India taking off in 2015

The Indian financial services landscape is undergoing a tectonic shift. The last few years have seen a renewed public focus on expanding financial inclusion. Building off prior programs, the government has invested in regulatory reform, improvements ... Yourstory.in, 2 weeks ago

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Times of India

India's Air Is So Toxic America Wants To Analyse It

Forget end use of nuclear fuel, supercomputers, and other frontier science, high-tech stuff that Washington has wanted to review in India for years. Even something as mundane as the quality of air in India is now deemed so suspect that the Obama ...
 Indiatimes2 months ago India's air comes under US scanner  Economic Times2 months ago India's air comes US scanner  Economic Times2 months ago Indias Air Is So Toxic America Wants To Analyse It  Indiatimes2 months ago
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Media Day at Colorado's Historic Frontier Trading Post this Wednesday

PRWeb MEDIA ADVISORY Media are invited to join USA National Park Service (NPS) park rangers, students and teachers at historic Bent's Old Fort in La Junta Colorado this Wednesday, March 4th. Bent's Old Fort, a unit of the United States National ...
 Franklin Credit Management Corporation1 month ago
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Railways to fix late running of trains with help of IITs

ay Ministry will join hands with Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) to find a way out to solve the problem of late running of trains. The IITs and the Railways engineering consultancy company Rail India Technical and Economic Service (RITES) ...
 New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago
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Inside Chhattisgarh: Peeping into the heart of a nation

Big nations defy attempts at straitjacketing or being bound by narrow definitions. Big nations, such as India which has as many people living inside its borders as four continents combined, are not nations in the strictest sense. To help define such ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

J&K floods: Several houses, shops damaged; exam postponed

The Kashmir administration had late Sunday night sounded the alarm for flood as water levels in Jhelum and its tributaries rose steeply and crossed the danger marks at midnight in the aftermath of heavy rains. Following announcements made through public ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago
Seeking Alpha

Five Reasons To Invest In India

Since the May 2014 election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India has outperformed other emerging markets in response to a strong reform agenda1. Reasons investors should consider India include reforms, GDP growth, fiscal discipline, earnings ...
 Seeking Alpha1 month ago

RUSSIA TO PARTNER IN AMCA TECHNOLOGIES

India has approached Russia to partner it on certain critical technologies for the Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA). Top sources tell SP's that the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) has asked Russia for assistance in developing thrust ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

GOVERNMENT, RESERVE BANK OF INDIA FACE-OFF LIKELY ON RATES

MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: Having agreed to formally adopt inflation targeting as a guiding star for monetary policy, the government and the central bank remain at odds over how crucial decisions are made. Both sides support the setting up of a Monetary ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago
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Four key lessons to revamp the ailing Railways

Tight control over the working of the railways has never been easy, explains Vivek Sahai. Image: India's first CNG train. Photograph, Courtesy: PIB     One could take pride in Indian Railways' being one of the largest commercial organisations under governmental control anywhere in the world, with its 1.3 million strong work-force carrying nearly 23 million passengers daily and lifting more than one billion tonnes of originating freight traffic in a year.  Yet the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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