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A leaner look: Railway board ‘rightsized’, again
“We will transfer 50 more people from the board,” an official in the know of the matter told ET. These officials will be moved to other divisions. “Around 200 senior officers will also be moved out from Northern Railways,” the official said. The downsizing is likely to happen across all 18 zones of the Indian Railways, the official said.
MHA rejects proposed legislation to protect doctors from assault
While the proposed legislation garnered support from all other departments a...
Sterlite Power inks pact with US-based Smart Wires to bring SmartValve to Indian utilities
Commenting on the technology agreement, Sterlite P...
ITI falls 3% as Rs 1,400 crore FPO kicks off
The company intends to sell its 18 crore shares, including one per cent quota for the employees, in the price bracket of Rs 72 to Rs 77 per share.
Without merchant fees, banks say they can’t reimburse payment companies
At the centre of this demand is Delhi’s decision to remove the MDR for all digital transactions.
A happy coincidence: Anand Mahindra’s tweet helps Tech Mahindra CEO reconnect with an old classmate
Twitterati couldn’t help but absolutely adore the ‘add-on’ to the sweet proposal.
In talks with Indian firms to issue green bonds: Luxembourg Stock Exchange CEO
Green bonds are debt instruments issued to fund green projects or those that have a positive environmental or climate impact.
Bharat Electronics commissions real time train information system for Indian Railways
The system has been commissioned through the Centre for Railway Information System, under the technical guidance of Space Applications Centre at ISRO. RTIS provides real-time positional information of locomotives to the Railways. It facilitates automatic acquisition of train movement data, including that of arrival, departure and run-through timings, at the stations en route.
IIT Kharagpur develops AI system to read legal judgments
A team of researchers at the premier engineering institute’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering used a novel method to automate the reading of a legal document by using a more evolved Machine Learning technique.
Letter from Wall Street: Dear PM Modi, your politics can wait, but the economy cannot
Use the mandate to implement policies that will make their lives better in the short, medium and long term.
How to manage the 'internal customer': India Inc has a serious battle looming
How well do organisations in India truly understand their workforce? And as a corollary, how genuinely invested are they in employee engagement and well-being? The questions at this present juncture may sound regrettably rhetorical — but they are the ones HR leaders in companies across India need to be asking themselves urgently.
Opposition spreading negativity, could not find solution to jobs issue in 60 years: Amit Shah
"I want to ask them all, was any new solution found during your 50-60 years rule to provide employment to the youth of this country having 130 crore population...you did not do anything new and are now seeking answers from us (Hisaab maang rahe hain?)," Amit Shah said, without naming any particular political party.
India first responder to fight emergency health crisis in Maldives
While Measles has been eliminated from the Maldives, four cases have tested positive in the last one week. Government suspects an outbreak and required emergency supplies of vaccine.
Be prepared for all contingencies, Army chief tells troops during maiden LoC visit
Accompanied by General-officer-commanding, Northern Command, Lt Gen Ranbir Singh, Army chief visited troops along the LoC to review the prevailing situation and operational readiness of the units of Jammu-based White Knight Corps. Gen Naravane was briefed by General Officer Commanding, White Knight Corps, Lt Gen Harsha Gupta and some commanders.
IIM Indore signs MoU with the UP Police
‘The main purpose of the MoU is to review the existing ‘beat policing system’ of the state police and make recommendations for further strengthening of the system. We would also aim at strengthening the law and order and exchange research personnel and technical expertise’, said OP Singh, Director General of Police (DGP), UP in a statement.
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