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Prabhu ropes in Vinod Rai to infuse transparency in Railways

Vinod Rai, the former Comptroller and Auditor General of India, is likely to head a committee to suggest ways for infusing more transparency in the functioning of Indian Railways (IR). Rai is widely credited with taking the former government to ... Sify, 1 month ago
Millennium Post

Voices being raised in DPS society for hiring administrator

In the letter addressed to the registrar, Nayak who is also one of the elected members of the working committee of the society, mentioned that it is quite unfortunate on how things were being managed in the society. Principals and vice-principals ...
 Millennium Post3 weeks ago Corruption allegations haunt DPS Society  The Sunday Guardian1 month ago Member demands administrator for DPS Society  The Sunday Guardian1 week ago
Times of India

AAP threat an illusion, BJP way ahead, says Amit Shah

Why did you have to rope in Kiran Bedi and project her as CM candidate? Her joining BJP should not be seen as a one-off event. This is not the first time we have brought important figures on our platform. We have consistently believed that politics ...
 Times of India2 days ago Delhi elections 2015: AAP threat an illusion, BJP way ahead, says Amit Shah  Times of India2 days ago

Starting on wrong foot; time to amend remains

Kiran Bedi's lateral entry to the top has been deeply resented in the BJP. What matters now is her ability to lead a campaign. She has lost one round by back-tracking after expressing willingness to debate with Kejriwal The capital's Assembly ...
 New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago

Play fair

TCS has given pink slips to a small percentage of its employees for non-performance. This has to be viewed in context; it shouldn't become a cause for unionism, disappointment with house of Tata and activism. It's important to consider some things.
 Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

NTPC : Pvt cos won't bid for UMPPs till norms change

MUMBAI : The leading private sector power players have come together deciding not to bid for upcoming ultra mega power projects (UMPPs) of 32,000 MW after the government decided to accept the sole bid of state-run NTPC for Rs 50,000 crore Tamil Nadu ...
 4 Traders1 month ago Pvt cos won't bid for UMPPs till norms change  Times of India1 month ago NTPC the only bidder for Tamil Nadu UMPP  Sify1 month ago

ALLOW OPEN ACCESS TO POWER: PANEL

CHENNAI: The Advisory Group constituted for Integrated Development of Power, Coal and Renewable Energy, has recommended restricting the authority of the State governments to issue directive to prevent open access, according to a press release of the ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

US TRADE BODY RED-FLAGS INDIAS IP, TARIFF NORMS

NEW DELHI: Barely a month before President Barack Obama's visit to India, a US government agency has pulled up India for its restrictive policies, putting pressure on New Delhi to reduce tariffs and align intellectual property (IP) related policies ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago
India Today

More than 370 Commonwealth Games Village flats up for sale

The DDA had sold 74 apartments in the first public auction in 2012. Here's another opportunity to grab a dream home in one of the most sought after residential addresses in Delhi - the Commonwealth Games Village. Nearly 375 ready-to-move flats are ...
 India Today2 months ago
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