PMC Bank depositors protest outside RBI office in Mumbai
Nearly 500 depositors of the troubled bank initially gathered outside an office of t...
Space failure part of big game: NASA-JPL CTO on Vikram lander
"Space missions are expected to fail which must not deter the scientific commun...
Ankur Garg appointed as chief commercial officer at AirAsia India
Garg had quit as the vice-president of revenue management at IndiGo a few w...
Women bikers scorch a path in the male-dominated space
The niche but growing segment of women bikers is proving to be an important driver of growth for companies.
UK government's priority is to leave EU on Jan 31, secure trade deal: Michael Gove
The top priority of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government is to leave the European Union on Jan. 31 and secure a new trade deal with the EU by the end of next year, cabinet office minister Michael Gove said on Sunday.
Buzz of GST rate hike everywhere except my office: Nirmala Sitharaman
"Buzz is everywhere other than my office," Nirmala Sitharaman said. She was responding to a question on whether the GST Council, which will meet on December 18, take up the matter of hike in rates as the shortfall has hit revenue target of the government. States have complained of delay in GST compensation owing to the shortfall in GST kitty.
20 Afghan women officers undergo military training at OTA
The officers are undergoing four weeks of military training which includes physical training, drill, weapon training, tactical training, leadership and human resources management at the OTA here. While the officers have already undergone military training in Afghanistan, the OTA was imparting exposure to them in modern training methods and facilities.
Buzz of increasing GST rates everywhere except my office: FM Nirmala Sitharaman
Ahead of the crucial meeting of the GST Council, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday said the buzz of an increase in GST rates is ...
West Bengal Pollution Control Board to install sensors to detect stubble burning
The board will buy software for the sensors from Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). WBPCB is working with IIT Delhi on this project and WBPCB will sign an MoU with the institute soon.
Anand Mahindra says entering commuter 2-wheeler space was a mistake
Anand Mahindra said entering the commuter bike space more than a decade ago was a failure on the part of M&M.
Investors protest against suspended brokerage firm outside Kolkata Sebi office
About 50-60 protesters, with festoons and banners, shouted slogans against the broking firm and its promoters after they were stopped from entering the L&T Chambers.
Nationwide economic census to be completed by March 2020: CSC e-Governance Service India CEO
"In Delhi, the entire process will take around three months where enumerators will survey around 45 lakh establishments and households," Central Statistics Office Director General (Social Statistics) A K Sadhu said after flagging off the survey for Delhi.
With few takers for Army, Officers' Training Academy at Gaya to be shut down
The Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun, the main cradle for officers, and the OTA in Chennai will take in more cadets every year because their capacities too are under-utilised. The Sikh Light Infantry regimental centre will shift to the OTA premises in Gaya from its existing location in Fatehgarh in Uttar Pradesh, sources said on Tuesday.
Public sector officers’ association against privatisation of BPCL
Representatives of officers’ associations from several state-run companies such as BPCL, Indian Oil, ONGC, GAIL, NTPC, SAIL and BHEL said at a press conference on Monday that BPCL’s proposed privatisation was like killing the golden goose and would hurt the economy, government’s social welfare programme and energy security.
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