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Rs 36,000 crore saved through DBT: PM
Money Control

Detection of 23 lakh bogus beneficiaries saves Rs 440 cr

Efforts of the Haryana Government to implement direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme have saved it Rs 440.80 crore since the financial year 2014-15 as authorities have detected 23 lakh ghost beneficiaries. Under the DBT scheme, subsidy and other ... Chandigarh Tribune, 2 days ago
Rs 36,000 crore saved through DBT: PM Business Standard, 2 months ago
Corrupt people are very creative: Modi Asian Age, 2 months ago

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Welfare scheme beneficiaries at the mercy of Bank Correspondents

Ramanathapuram: The purpose of Direct Benefit Transfer scheme, aimed at checking leakage of welfare assistance meant for the poor, seems to have been defeated in the district if complaints by many beneficiaries that they could not directly operate ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Soon, schemes for individuals will have to migrate to Aadhaar-seeded platform  DNA2 months ago
Financial Express

Panel examines direct benefit transfer of subsidy for power consumers

NEW DELHI: After cooking gas, consumers may now get direct subsidy on electricity. An expert panel comprising senior officials from states and industry is studying the matter and will present its report to the power ministry next month. The expert ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago 2010 CWG corruption scandal, Suresh Kalmadi appointed as life president of IOA, with Abhay Singh Chautala  Financial Express3 weeks ago Direct benefit transfers saved 36,000 cr in 2 years, says official  Prokerala3 weeks ago Direct benefit transfers saved Rs 36,000 cr in 2 yrs  ShillongTimes.com3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Pro-poor budget

The state budget for the next financial year is likely to include provisions for more direct benefit transfer (DBT) schemes, promotion of cottage industries, setting up trauma centres and constructing cold storages. Chief minister Raghubar Das, who held a ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago Energy issues on the boil  Greenhouse Canada5 days ago Budget 2017: Government likely to consider dole for jobless poor  Hindustan Times6 days ago Statement on State General Budget for Fiscal Year 2017  ArabPressReleases.asia2 weeks ago
Money Control

Introduce DBT in power distribution sector: Niti Aayog

Making a strong case for introducing direct benefit transfer scheme for electricity, NITI Aayog today said if the country had the guts to carry out the "unprecedented" task of demonetisation, it should also have courage to introduce DBT in power ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Increase Direct Benefit Transfer, Don't Cut Income Tax: Pronob Sen on Budget 2017

File photo of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley before presenting budget in parliament. Image: Reuters New Delhi: Budget 2017 will be unveiled in two weeks time and former chief statistician of India Pronab Sen's top suggestion to Finance Minister ...
 News18.com1 day ago Hike direct benefit transfer, don't cut income tax: Pronab Sen  Moneycontrol.com1 day ago

UK aid watchdog encourages direct cash support for people in poor countries

Cash transfer schemes likened by critics to exporting the dole have significant impact and should be broadened, says Independent Commission for Aid Impact The British government should consider expanding a £200m aid programme that gives cash ...
 The Guardian6 days ago Aid watchdog: criticised cash schemes provide value and cut poverty  Public Finance Magazine5 days ago UK aid watchdog recommends more direct cash transfers  BBC6 days ago PM seeds farm cash transfer plan  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Aadhaar-linked DBT  rollout may be delayed

The state government's plan to roll out Aadhaar-based direct benefit transfer system for disbursing social security pensions and wages under the employment guarantee scheme is likely to be delayed by at least six months. Reason: Nationalised banks are ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Delhi: North body's plan; no Aadhaar, no pension  Indian Express3 weeks ago Supreme Court: Pvt firms doing Aadhaar work may not be a great idea  BTVI.in1 week ago
DNA India

Janani Suraksha Yojana: 'Cash schemes can't solve maternity deaths'

The ambitious Maternity Benefit Programme (MBP) may be a step in the right direction on many counts; however, as per a European Union funded study, it may not do much to help India bring down its Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) as the Centre hopes it ...
 DNA India1 week ago
ABP Live

PM Modi's New Year's Eve speech: Relief for farmers, SME sector in focus

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photo: PTI Direct benefit transfer-based relief measures for farmers and the SME sector in the wake of the hardships caused by demonetisation could be the big announcement to look out for in Prime Minister Narendra ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago PM Modi announces schemes and sops on New Year's eve: All you need to know  ABP Live2 weeks ago PM Narendra Modi new year eve 2017 speech: PM announces schemes for farmers, traders, pregnant women and senior citizens  Financial Express2 weeks ago Infographics: PM Modi announces major decisions to benefit poor neo middle class and middle class  Narendra Modi2 weeks ago
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