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Jain hires detective agency for PWD projects
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Jain hires detective agency for PWD projects

Delhi PWD Minister Satyendar Jain's decision to hire 24 architects to set up a creative team for the Public Works Department through a detective agency has come under Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) scanner. Acting on the Lieutenant-Governor's (L-G) ... DNA, 1 week ago

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These banks are betting on local hiring in face of cost-effective staff crunch

These banks are finding it hard to pick up seasoned bankers at the pay they are offering With all the ten small finance banks (SFB) set to be operational over the next two months, local hiring has turned out to be the essence of their human resource policy. With each of the proposed banks requiring a minimum headcount of close to 500 new recruits for expansion next year, rough estimates suggest that at least 5,000 new jobs are expected to be created collectively from the ten SFBs. Notably, ...
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Loss of 'A' status for NHRC: What its means for human rights in India

New Delhi [India], Feb.20 (ANI): In its recent session, the Global Alliance for National Human Rights Institutions ('GANHRI') has decided to defer the re-accreditation decision concerning the human rights commissions of India and seven other countries. The ...
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India's militant rhino protectors are challenging traditional views of how conservation works

In Kaziranga, a national park in north-eastern India, rangers shoot people to protect rhinos . The park’s aggressive policing is, of course, controversial, but the results are clear: despite rising demand for illegal rhino horn, and plummeting numbers ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

MPs, MLAs return to school for GST training

The government is going all out to spread awareness about the new indirect tax regime, and training lawmakers is being seen as a necessary first step. The objective, Dilasha Seth and Archis Mohan find, is to convey to the masses, through every intermediary possible, that the GST is consumer-friendly. 'India lost 12 lakh cr due to BJP's opposition to GST' IMAGE: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, centre, arrives at a GST seminar in Gujarat. Along with training, the government is advertising ...
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French Presidential election and Oil Price Fall Impact Global Markets

Posted by Equitymaster Investors were cautious ahead of the first round of the French Presidential elections ending next week. Fall in crude oil prices amidst oversupply concerns also adversely affected Global markets this week. Crude prices fell by 6.4% this ...
 Equitymaster.com4 days ago

New digital era: Will you be a winner or an also-ran?

It may not be an exaggeration to say that in the next three years, in India itself a million jobs or more might be at risk due to automation. How we leverage its benefits will determine our fate in the digital era, says Ganesh Natarajan. IMAGE: What is most nerve-wracking for industry associations and governments seeking to protect and boost jobs is the rapid advancement in AI and automation -- through robotics and shop floor automation in manufacturing and through Robotic Process Automation ...
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'Kashmir is a battle of the mind'

'Tying somebody to the jeep is not the military way, but the officer was able to come out of the situation without any bloodshed.''I am not supporting him, but I am also not criticising him.''He had to use some mechanism to save the uniformed personnel, many of whom were Kashmiri boys of the J&K police,' points out Lieutenant General D B Shekatkar (retd), who was instrumental in the surrender of a record 1,267 terrorists in Kashmir.   IMAGE: Jammu and Kashmiri policewomen confront lady ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

US Strikes on Syria Keep a Lid on Global Financial Markets

Posted by Equitymaster Most of the global financial markets traded on a volatile note during the week, and ended the week on a flattish note. Major global markets were uneasy and risk averse after the US launched a missile attack in Syria. Soft jobs data, ...
 Equitymaster.com2 weeks ago Global Financial Markets Remain Cautious  Equitymaster.com1 month ago

Investment Strategist

It was the obvious question to ask someone minting money in spades for others. Did Madhusudan Kela dabble in markets when he was still studying? He appeared to have been expecting the question. “I did not dabble, I was in it full time,” he said. The chief ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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