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India's white elephants are bleeding

The headquarters of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) in New Delhi. BSNL accounted for more than a third of the losses incurred by public sector units (PSUs) in 2014-15the year when PSU profits fell for the first time in five years. For the ... Sify, 1 month ago
Times of India

Uttarakhand High Court orders CAG audit of all schemes to clean Ganga

NAINITAL: Taking a strong view of alleged irregularities in the use of funds allocated to clean the Ganga, Uttarakhand high court (HC) on Friday while disposing of a PIL in this regard, ordered a special audit to be done by the Comptroller and ...
 Times of India12 hours ago

Haryana deputes administrative secretaries for cashless campaign

mote digital payments in a big way to move towards a cashless society, Haryana Government has deputed administrative secretaries to supervise the awareness campaigns to be organized on war footing in various districts of the State. The State ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago
Times of India

Cooperative banks sitting on Rs 7,000 crore, but farmers continue to suffer

CHANDIGARH: In absence of advisory from the Centre, a sum of Rs 7,000 crore is lying unutilized in Haryana's district central cooperative banks, putting around 12 lakh farmers on the receiving end. Leave aside normal business, the cooperative ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Times of India

Cashless banks, penny-less farmers

CHANDIGARH/BATHINDA: Farmers in Punjab and Haryana are facing major problems due to refusal of district cooperative banks to deposit or exchange demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes following a recent directive from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
 Times of India2 weeks ago Demonetisation: Ban on coop banks leaves farmers in dry ditch  Times of India2 weeks ago

Dhanai lays stone for Rs 42-cr water pumping project

Tourism Minister Dinesh Dhanai laid the foundation stone for Surkanda Devi village cluster drinking water pumping project, worth Rs 41.54 crore, during a function held at Thangdhar near Dhanaulti, today. The project is being envisaged to address ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

First time In 5 years, public sector units profits fell in 2015

By Prabhpreet Singh Sood For the first time in five years, the profits of Indias state-owned companies shrank, by about 20 per cent in 2015, with 77 public-sector units (PSUs) reporting losses and contribution to the exchequer dropping Rs ...
 IndUS Business Journal1 month ago First time In 5 years, PSU profits fell in 2015 (Special to IANS)  News Track India1 month ago First time in 5 yrs, PSU profits fell in 2015  SentinelAssam.com1 month ago
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Times of India

GDA formation: Gurgaon politicians concerned, but no action

GURGAON: With the entire focus of the Haryana government firmly on the success of the state's golden jubilee celebration, the local politicians seem to be getting jittery about the fate of the proposed Gurgaon Development Authority (GDA). With no ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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27 IAS officers transferred by Haryana govt in major reshuffle

On 19 September, in a large-scale administrative re-shuffle, the Haryana government transferred 27 senior IAS officers with immediate effect. Rajan Kumar Gupta, Additional Chief Secretary, Power Department has been posted as Additional Chief Secretary, Health ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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