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DBT scheme: Which UPA policy has Modi reversed, asks Divijaya Singh
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DBT scheme: Which UPA policy has Modi reversed, asks Divijaya ...

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh today attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his charge that Congress ruined the country and accused him of "U turn" on policy issues. The post DBT scheme: Which UPA policy has Modi reversed, asks Divijaya Singh appeared ... First Post.com, 14 hours ago
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PM Modi reviews PaHaL scheme for DBT for LPG Subsidy

ANI | New Delhi January 31, 2015 Last Updated at 20:42 IST Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed PaHaL (Pratyaksha Hastaantarit Laabh), the Direct Benefit Transfer scheme for LPG Subsidy, during a high-level meeting here on Saturday. PaHaL, which covers more ...
 Business Standard1 day ago
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Narendra Modi government pushes for UPA's Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme

NEW DELHI: The Modi government has picked up the previous UPA's direct benefit transfer (DBT) proposal and is going full steam ahead to implement across the country 33 central schemes that have been identified by NITI Aayog, the rechristened ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Modi govt pushes for Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme  Economic Times4 days ago Centre to extend Direct Benefit Transfer scheme to MGNREGA  Economic Times2 months ago Centre links MGNREGA wages to Aadhaar number  Hindustan Times1 month ago
Business Standard

LPG subsidy payout will be the largest DBT scheme

Oil distribution company Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) enjoys nearly 25 per cent market share in the Indian market. The top brass of the company was in Pune to launch the Bharat Arogya Yojana, a dual health insurance and accident cover ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago Merge schemes, abolish plan and non-plan expenditure  Financial Express2 weeks ago The benefits of Aadhaar  Smart Investor3 weeks ago Answering the unanswered questions on DBT in LPG scheme  Business Standard4 weeks ago
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Business Standard

Modified DBT in LPG scheme covers over 60% consumers

etroleum ministry has managed to cover over 60% of the country’s 150 million Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) consumers under the modified version of the Direct Benefit Transfer in LPG (DBTL) scheme launched nationwide on 1 January. The scheme, nicknamed ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Modified DBT in LPG scheme: Over half of country's consumers covered  Smart Investor3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

No gas subsidy for private bank accounts

They were, however, receiving the subsidy amounts in their bank accounts in the earlier phase of DBT during the UPA regime. Hyderabad: Domestic LPG consumers holding accounts in private banks have not been receiving subsidy amounts since ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago DBT for gas to be launched today  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Govt launches modified DBT for LPG in 54 districts  News on Air2 months ago Centre to relaunch Aadhaar-linked LPG scheme from tomorrow  Business Standard2 months ago
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Govt takes initiative to promote indigenous technologies for diagnosis of TB & MDR/XDRTB

The Union health ministry in association with the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has started a joint initiative for promoting 'Indigenous diagnostic technologies for diagnosis of TB and ...
 PharmaBiz1 week ago
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Centre directs states to pay pre-matric scholarships to minorities through DBT

I am now keen that the pre-matric scholarship scheme is also delivered to the beneficiaries through the DBT mode from this year- Najma Heptulla NEW DELHI: Pre-matric scholarships to minority community students should also be paid through Direct Benefit ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Centre's directive to states on pre-matric scholarships  Business Standard2 weeks ago Pay pre-matric scholarship to minorities through DBT: Centre tells states  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago Centre`s directive to states on pre-matric scholarships  Zee News2 weeks ago

Central scholarships to be credited to student bank account directly

be credited directly to the bank account of all the recipient students, according to the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) program, as announced by the government.The measure is being adopted to protect the interest of students and to rule out instances ...
 24Dunia1 week ago Govt to push Scholarship amounts straight into students bank accounts using DBT  24Dunia2 weeks ago Scholarship amounts to directly go to students' bank accounts  Business Standard2 weeks ago Direct benefit transfer for farmers disbanded  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Interim report aims at expanding DBT network: Bimal Jalan

Expenditure Management Committee has submitted an interim report to Finance Minster, suggesting ways to rationalise ‎government spend, including subsidies for Budget FY16.
 Money Control1 week ago Report on expenditure aims at expanding DBT network: Jalan  Moneycontrol.com1 week ago Widen direct transfer benefits: Bimal Jalan on govt spend  Moneycontrol.com1 week ago
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