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Government respects independence, autonomy of RBI: FinMin

Government respects independence, autonomy of RBI: FinMin

Refuting allegations of interference by an Reserve Bank of India union, the finance ministry today said the government fully respects independence and autonomy of the central bank. "Consultations between the government and the RBI are undertaken on various matters of public importance wherever such consultation is mandated by law or has evolved as a practice. Consultations mandated by law or as evolved by practice should not be taken as infringement of autonomy of RBI," the ..., 6 days ago

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India ends 2016 as World No. 1 Test team

India gain five points to move to 120 points, 15 ahead of second-placed Australia. IMAGE: Team India pose for pictures after winning the fifth and final Test in Chennai. Photograph: BCCI India ended 2016 as the number-one ranked Test side on the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings after registering a 4-0 victory over England in the five-match series which culminated with an innings and 75 runs win for the home side in Chennai on Tuesday. Scorecard The series win has helped India gain five ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'India will not forget for generations if Pak launches surgical strikes'

Upping the ante, Pakistan on Thursday warned India that its "battle hardened" military is capable of responding to any aggression, with army chief General Raheel Sharif saying if ever Pakistan launched surgical strikes India would not be able to forget it for generations. "If Pakistan were to launch surgical strikes, India would not be able to forget it for generations to come," General Sharif said just days before his scheduled retirement. "India would be teaching its children as part of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Editors Guild backs NDTV India on ban  Rediff.com2 months ago India slams Pakistan for expelling Indian high commission staffer  Rediff.com2 months ago

The man who fought against liquor shops on highways

'No country in the world allows selling of liquor on highways except India' 'Nearly 40 per cent of road accidents happen because of drunken driving' 'If liquor is available so easily, then you cannot control drunken driving' Harman Singh Sindhu was to migrate to Canada when he met with an accident on October 24, 1996. He was going with his friends to Renuka Lake in Himachal Pradesh when his car fell into a gorge. They survived the accident and all came out safely. But Sindhu ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

In Pics: Navy rehearses for Beating Retreat ceremony in Mumbai

Indian Navy personnel on Wednesday rehearsed for the Beating Retreat and Tattoo Ceremony for the forthcoming Navy Day celebration at the historical Gateway of India in Mumbai. The Indian Navy will celebrate December 4 as Navy Day, which is a tribute to the maritime operations of the navy during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war. Here are glimpses of a full dress rehearsal. Indian Naval band rehearses for 'Beating the Retreat' as part of the Navy Day celebrations at Gateway of India in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Living cashless: How I travelled to 5 cities with Rs 600

We'd asked you, dear readers, to share your experiences of living cashless in India and we've been inundated with your responses. THANK YOU :) Please keep them coming! Here are some of the stories we received: IMAGE: Using app-based cab services is one of the many solutions offered by readers who believe in living cashless. Photograph: Getty Images Jigar Pathak, an IT professional from Mumbai, has travelled to 5 cities since November 6 with just Rs 600 in his wallet. He tells how he ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Esteban Ocon replaces Hulkenberg at Force India

IMAGE: Manor Racing's Esteban Ocon of France attends the drivers parade. Photograph: Toru Hanai/File Photo/Reuters. French driver Esteban Ocon will race for Force Indianext season after agreeing a multi-year deal, the Silverstone-based Formula One team said in a statement at the Brazilian Grand Prix on Thursday. Ocon replaces experienced German Nico Hulkenberg, who is moving to Renault, alongside Mexican Sergio Perez at a team co-owned by Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Toyota goes for facelift to shake off taxi image

One of the smallest players in India's car market, it is banking on new-look Etios to make inroads into the personal vehicle segment The association of a car with taxis can cause irreparable damage to its prospects and can also hurt the fortunes of the manufacturer. We have some interesting examples here: Tata Motors’s Indica and Indigo, Honda’s Amaze and Hyundai’s Xcent. These vehicles, over the years, have acquired the perception of a taxi car, reducing the interest of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The Sheikhs are eyeing India's regional airspace

Major global airlines, including Gulf carriers, are keen to invest in this space. Major airlines from the Gulf countries have shown an interest to invest in India’s regional aviation market. This coincides with the government announcing a new policy to kickstart regional airlines in the country through sops and subsidies. Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha told Business Standard that many foreign airlines, including major carriers from West Asia, have held negotiations with ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

REWIND: India in the last 24 hours

Here's a recap of events that occurred in India in the past 24 hours. The oldest and longest serving aircraft carrier of Indian Navy INS Viraat sets sail from Kochi for Mumbai where it will be decommisionned. Photographs: PTI Photo Family members of slain BSF soldier Gurnam Singh mourn near his body at Rathana Morh village in RS Pura sector in Jammu. Students travel on the roof of a train after appearing in the examinations for government jobs in Ajmer. Devotees from Lao PDR at the robe ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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