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'Metro fare hike will lead to low ridership, losses to DMRC'

Delhi minister Satyendar Jain today claimed the metro fare hike will lead to reduced ridership and subsequent loss to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).He said the move will also lead to traffic congestion and increased pollution levels in the national ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Airlines asked to give plans of fleet expansion

Nirbhay Kumar City: New Delhi The Centre has asked all airlines to submit their fleet plans for the next five years to plan future capacity in line with demand. The move comes in the wake of domestic air traffic growing double-digit requiring additional ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Dear Mr Amitabh Kant, your pro-privatisation argument is faulty. Here's why

The government is incapable of handling infrastructure projects, according to the chief executive officer of NITI Aayog, Amitabh Kant. While there is nothing new in this rant based on the economic theory of 'minimum government maximum governance', but Kant in ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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India's homoeopathic state of mind

A homoeopathic state of mind pervades our thinking in governance and infrastructure-building.Do it in small, harmless doses, but nothing bitter, sharp, or bloody, says Shekhar Gupta. Homoeopathy, a relatively modern therapy, was invented in Germany by Samuel Hahnemann in 1796. It's been hailed, questioned, researched, rejected and mocked as a pseudoscience in developed countries since. Only in India is it still a mainstream therapy. Every city, big or small, has its homoeopaths and usually a ...
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How to make Money from Growing Old

Senior living services, Tara Singh Vachani tells Anjuli Bhargava, could be a big business opportunity in India.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   What do you do when all possible choices in life are open before you? You can choose to live a life of privilege and indulgence -- as many in similar situations have done -- or be like Tara Singh Vachani. The 30-year-old third child of Max Group founder Analjit Singh has chosen a path not many in a similar situation would choose on their ...
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Why some things work in India, and some don't

'The two-word answer is: Proper oversight,' says T N Ninan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The India of the 1980s and 1990s had many dreams: Private TV by satellite or cable, instead of drab old Doordarshan with its government propaganda; modern corporate hospitals that looked like hotels, just like those in America; world-class highways built by private construction companies and not by the CPWD (central public works department); and efficient, privately-run power stations that would ...
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