India's main opposition party stepped up pressure on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to resign, with protests outside his home after he sought to end a political crisis by firing two ministers over graft allegations. Singh's government, weakened by ... Bloomberg, 1 week ago
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Ole Spata/European Pressphoto Agency Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at a press conference in Berlin, Germany, on Apr. 11. NEW DELHI — Manmohan Singh is the third-longest-serving prime minister in India's history, but his control of the world's ...New York Times, 1 week ago Should Manmohan Singh Resign? New York Times, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI // India may soon pass a law to give millions more people cheap food, fulfilling an election pledge by the ruling Congress party that could cost Dh84.5 billion a year.nThe initiative would also use up a third of the country's annual grain ...Dubai Moon, 1 week ago India's food security bill stalled in parliament ABC Radio Australia, 1 week ago Budget Session Cut Short Without Passing Key Reforms Businessworld India, 1 week ago Food Security to prove costly for government Reuters India, 1 week ago
Are they parliamentarians, or do they just play ones on TV? After pushing through proposals on foreign investment in the retail and the aviation sector late last year, India's elected representatives apparently have decided to get as little done as ...NDTV Profit, 1 week ago
| Andrew MacAskill, Unni Krishnan & Tushar Dhara | NEW DELHI (WP-BLOOM) The corpse of Indian farmer Bengali Singh burned to ash atop a blazing funeral pyre on the banks of the river Ganges in 2006. Five years later, the dead man was recorded as ...Borneo Bulletin, 1 month ago Wages for dead show $10bn graft in India's job plan DAWN Group, 1 month ago Wages for Dead Show $10B Graft in India Jobs Program Bloomberg, 1 month ago India Jobs Program Scam Pays Wages to Dead Workers BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
Over 5 per cent increase in railway freight on all major commodities like foodgrains, petroleum products and fertiliser will fuel inflationary pressure, say economists."Definitely there will be some increase in transportation cost. . . transportation costs for heavy industries like coal and cement will rise by at least 0.5 per cent. Besides, inflation will also increase by 0.25 per cent," Chief Economist at RPG Foundation Pai Panandiker said. Wholesale Price Index-based inflation declined to ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Railway freight hike to fuel inflationary pressure: Economists Jagran Post, 2 months ago
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