how you would differentiate between the strategic sale being easier and divestment being difficult." In an interview with ET Now, Arvind Mayaram, Former Finance Secretary , shares his views on the Budget. Edited excerpts: ET Now: Fine print is beginning to ... Economic Times, 2 months ago
New Delhi : The government is on the lookout for the next boss of Reserve Bank of India after incumbent D Subbarao expressed his desire to "move on". Dr Subbarao, due to retire in September, was initially appointed for three years in 2008. ...NDTV Profit, 1 week ago
Sandeep Bamzai Is Prime Minister Modi losing the war on the well entrenched steel frame in Delhi? Despite repeated bureaucratic reshuffles, has he found himself being stymied by the bureaucracy? Senior bureaucrat and coal secretary Anil Swarup ...Observer Research Foundation, 2 weeks ago
Open policies, economic diversification and skilled workforce are vital to lure foreign capital Global leaders on Monday agreed that a stable regulatory environment coupled with openness, skilled workforce and market access are needed to ...Khaleej Times, 2 weeks ago
The Budget is a valiant attempt to consolidate and rebalance. Despite temptations backed by promptings of a large section of the economists (including the chief economic adviser), the finance minister has stuck to the path of fiscal consolidation and this is ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
Rajiv Mehrishi, former Finance Secretary Arvind Mayaram and four other senior 1978-batch IAS officers in the UPSC examination cannot be disclosed as the information is more than 20-years-old, the CIC has held. An RTI applicant had sought to know the marks ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
The ministries and departments, where bureaucrats are parked after being moved out of key positions, reflect the priorities of the government, observes A K Bhattacharya. Twenty months after its rule at the Centre, does the Narendra Modi government look different in its engagement with the top echelons of the civil service? One obvious and noticeable change is the manner in which the prime minister himself has been holding consultations with senior civil servants. Not only through periodic ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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