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CPI(M) slams govt decision to scrap Planning Commission
Business Standard

CPI(M) slams govt decision to scrap Planning Commission

If the Planning Commission itself is dismantled, the allocation for states will be decided by the Finance Ministry which will only lead to further centralisation: CPI(M) Press Trust of India | New Delhi August 19, 2014 Last Updated at 14:30 IST CPI(M) today ... Business Standard, 2 days ago
Jagran Post

Plannning Commission considering special category status for Andhra: Govt

"The grant of special category status to Andhra Pradesh is under consideration in Planning Commission," Planning Minister Rao Inderjit Singh said in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha. Singh further said that a special cell for Andhra Pradesh constituted on ...
 Jagran Post3 weeks ago Planning decommissioned  Sify4 days ago Need to check role of Planning Commission  Deccan Herald1 month ago FinMin may emerge as nodal agency for state outlays  Deccan Herald1 month ago

CMD Vital for Achieving Economic Growth, Says Minister

Minister of National Planning Commission, Dr. Abubakar Sulaimon By Nosa Alekhuogie The Minister of National Planning Commission, Dr. Abubakar Sulaimon, has asserted that for Nigeria to achieve any meaningful and sustainable growth, the Centre ...
 This Day Online1 week ago Agro output likely to fall this fiscal year  Himalayan times1 week ago
NRDC Worldview

Modi Seeks People's Ideas on Replacing Plan Panel; Congress for States' View

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited public opinion on restructuring the Planning Commission, and an open forum has been created on for the public to offer their views on how to dismantle the plan panel and create a ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago Building Smart Cities in India  NRDC Worldview22 hours ago Modi draws flak for burying Planning Commission  Hindu Business Line2 days ago Have ideas? Tell PM Modi on what can replace Planning Commission  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago

What must replace the Planning Commission

In finally ending the Commission’s long history, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has vindicated those who have been yearning for a decisive break from India’s Nehruvian socialist past. An announcement of note in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence Day speech from the ramparts of Red Fort was the much-anticipated end of the Planning Commission. A full 23 years after India ushered in reforms that reduced emphasis on central planning, the crucially important organisation of ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago 'PM must often meet members of new body to get more teeth'  Moneycontrol.com2 days ago Needed, fresh look at the plan process  New Delhi Pioneer6 hours ago New body set to replace Planning Commission  Smart Investor6 days ago
Jagran Post

Modi meets infra secys to set target for current fiscal

Planning Commission Secretary Sindhushree Khullar made a 15-page presentation on the performance of core infrastructure ministries in 2013-14. NEW DELHI: Aiming to spruce up growth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met secretaries of nine infrastructure ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Modi to review performance of infrastructure sector next month  The Financial Chronicle17 hours ago Modi meets secretaries of nine infrastructure ministries to set targets for 2014-15  Business Standard3 weeks ago Modi meets infra secretaries to set target for current fiscal  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Nitin Desai: RIP Planning Commission

In his Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the end of the Planning Commission. There will be few mourners at its funeral, mainly old war horses like me. So this is in the nature of an obituary for an institution in which ...
 Sify1 day ago Editorial: Planning Commission, RIP  Financial Express1 day ago Goodbye Planning Commission!  Equitymaster.com3 days ago Debut of an outsider  Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago

Narendra Modi-backed five-member thinktank likely to replace Planning Commission

NEW DELHI: A small, handpicked, five-member thinktank, which will draw its power and prestige from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's clear backing, is likely to replace the Planning Commission. READ ALSO: ‚Äč The new panel will most likely be led in an ...
 Times of India3 days ago Modi-blessed think tank of 5 members to replace Planning Commission  Economic Times4 days ago Modi-backed 5-member think tank to replace Plan panel  Economic Times3 days ago

Government may pay commission to banks in return for pushing financial inclusion drive

MUMBAI:Prime Minister Narendra Modi's financial inclusion plan will not be a charity as the past efforts by the government have been, but a commercial venture with a likely incentive for banks to push the government's agenda, said two people ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Govt to pay banks fee for pursuing financial inclusion plan  Economic Times6 days ago
Money Control

Oil Min to move CCPA on raising LPG, kerosene prices

Sources said the ministry wants the CCPA to consider recommendations of an expert panel headed by former Planning Commission member Kirit S Parikh.
 Money Control1 month ago Oil Min to move Cabinet to allow RIL to retain gas finds  Rediff.com1 month ago Oil Ministry to move Cabinet to allow RIL to retain gas finds  Asian Age1 month ago Oil Min to move Cabinet on raising LPG, kerosene prices  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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