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Defence ministry, services squabble over cost of strengthening military bases
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Defence ministry, services squabble over cost of strengthening...

We sought Rs 2,000 crore from government to revamp security infrastructure at bases and installations. But it is yet to give a single rupee: Armed forces. The armed forces will have to spend money on revamping security infrastructure from funds allocated in defence budget: Defence ministry. The government is yet to sanction a single rupee for fortifying military bases across the country, notwithstanding the demand by the three services for Rs 2,000 crore to plug the gaps in their security in ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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'You can't fault this government for what it's done...'

'… You may fault it for what it's not done.' Srei Infrastructure's vice-chairman -- and former Assocham president -- Sunil Kanoria discusses the Kanoria businesses and his impression of the Modi government with Ishita Ayan Dutt and Namrata Acharya. Hemant Kanoria: The man behind Srei's success Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Srei Infrastructure's vice-chairman Sunil Kanoria is known to be matter-of-fact, making him a rather difficult candidate for a luncheon interview. So, ...
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Modi-Trump Summit: There is plenty of scope, but...

'... For the India-US relationship to continue its positive trajectory, it will require India to adapt to a different approach.'Nisha Desai Biswal -- who as the Obama administration's point person for South Asia was in the inner circle of all the Obama-Modi Summits -- tells Rediff.com's Monali Sarkar why she is hopeful that India and the US are on an irreversible forward course. IMAGE: At the mega California community reception for Prime Minister Modi in 2015.Photograph: Stephen Lam/Reuters ...
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Thiruvananthapuram tops list of 30 new smart cities

Launched on June 15, 2015, the government proposes to develop 100 smart cities under the mission. Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, Naya Raipur in Chhattisgarh and Rajkot in Gujarat figured in the new list of 30 cities announced on Friday for development under the Centre's Smart City Mission. The latest announcement takes to 90 the number of cities selected for part financing of projects by the Centre under the scheme. Thiruvananthapuram took the first slot, followed Naya Raipur, Rajkot, Andhra ...
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'Can GST function without a glitch? The answer is NO.'

'The nation is struggling to get ready. In general, people do not know what they need to be ready for.' 'GST is a double-edged sword. On one side it is a breather, on the other side, it has increased the uncertainty of business outcome.'   It takes eight to nine months for developing a robust software from the time the rules are decided, warns Bharat Goenka, managing director of Tally Solutions, one of the entities entrusted as a 'Suvidha Provider' with developing ready software for ...
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Meet Subhash C Garg, the new DEA secretary

DEA is currently headed on an interim basis by Corporate Affairs Secretary Tapan Ray The Centre, late on Wednesday, announced a large-scale bureaucratic reshuffle. A notable announcement was of Subhash Chandra Garg as economic affairs secretary. A 1983 batch Indian Administrative Service officer, from the Rajasthan cadre, he’s currently World Bank executive director for Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Sri Lanka. That stint, started in November 2014, will come handy as he takes charge of a ...
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Bureaucratic reshuffle: Rajiv Gauba replaces Mehrishi as Home Secy

Urban Development Secretary Rajiv Gauba was on Wednesday named as the next home secretary as part of a major top-level bureaucratic reshuffle. He will succeed Rajiv Mehrishi, who completes his term on August 30. A total of 16 secretaries have been appointed to various central government departments. The government has changed portfolios of a few secretaries in this rejig. Gauba, a 1982 batch IAS officer of Jharkhand cadre, will take over as Officer on Special Duty in the Union home ministry ...
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'Kashmiris are going nowhere'

'Their redemption is here. Definitely not in Pakistan.''They know if they step 20 steps on the other side of the Line of Control they will never return.''They will be ill treated.' IMAGE: A youth hurls a stone at security forces in the Kashmir valley. Photograph: Danish Ismail/Reuters What do Kashmiri stone pelters mean when they shout 'Azaadi'? What do the Kashmiris want? What are the factors destablising the Kashmir valley? What are the solutions? Did the September 28, 2016 surgical strikes ...
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Commerce minister plans to push the idea of co-working spaces

To tap into the growing demand for offices, several global and Indian co-working entities are creating stock in the top cities. At least one central minister is taken by the latest fad among start-ups, of promoting co-working spaces. On Monday, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said she planned to write to MPs in states where there has been a surge of start-ups, urging them to open such co-working spaces. She had, she said, used her own Member of Parliament Local Area ...
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'The gig economy is going to be the future'

'You will see more and more people working independently -- starting beauty parlours, driving cars, etc.''This is what we call the gig economy.''The same people who have been laid off in India or are unable to get visas to work in the US may be part of this gig economy.''India needs billions of jobs, and it can only be created by self-employment or the gig economy.' When will the jobs come back, Mr Modi? IMAGE: India needs billions of jobs, and experts believe it can only be created by ...
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