Rightsizing Railway Board: Transfer orders of 50 officers to zones issued
The transferred officers are from across railway cadres - 10 each from IRSE and IRTS, seven from IRAS, six from IRSME, five each from IRSEE and IRSSE, three each from IRSS and IRPS and one from RPF. The plan was first mooted in 2000 by the Vajpayee government, which recommended rightsizing of the apex decision making body of the national transporter.
JKB Infra ties up with Frech firm for redevelopment of railway stations in India
The project will work to redevelop, reconstruct and renovate...
RBI supersedes DHFL board; R Subramaniakumar appointed as administrator
The Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday superseded the board of debt-l...
RBI supersedes DHFL board, to initiate insolvency proceedings soon
R Subramaniakumar, ex-CEO of Indian Overseas Bank has been appointed as administrator.
Worried independent directors no longer keen to hold board seats
This unabated exodus reflects a trust deficit in corporate India, said the chairman of a leading conglomerate.
Twitter boards Paytm’s app
As part of efforts to convert itself into a super app, Paytm is adding content — news, astrology to trending content on Twitter — into the Paytm Inbox, Siddharth Pandey, VP of Paytm, said.
Ramdev's Bharitya Shiksha Board brings in RSS's Atul Kothari as special invitee
Atul Kothari of the RSS affiliated body and the Nyas he represents as its National Secretary- recently objected to ‘sex education’ being advocated in the new National education policy.
State takes a cue from Singapore, plans tech board to promote IT
The board will be responsible for investment promotion, industry development and manpower development of the technology sector, and will work to strengthen the state’s reputation as a technology hub. The Karnataka government is also planning to take ideas from New Zealand, which has emerged as the number one country in the world for Ease of Doing Business.
Rail board to hike meal prices on Rajdhani, Shatabdi, Duronto trains
According to the new order, in first class AC, tea will cost Rs 35, up by Rs 6, breakfast Rs 140, up by Rs 7, lunch and dinner Rs 245, up by Rs 15. In second class AC, third class AC and chair car, tea to cost Rs 20, up by Rs 5, breakfast Rs 105, up by Rs 8, lunch and dinner Rs 185, up by Rs 10. Snacks with regional flavour will be introduced.
Review plea in SC Soon, says Muslim Board
Influential Muslim voices were specially invited or consulted before the decision was taken. While four voices were strictly against filing of the review, everyone voted against the principle of accepting the land.
India witnessing average sea level rise of 1.7mm/year
The government has told the Rajya Sabha that Indian coast have risen by 8.5 cm during the past 50 years. The data shared in the upper house of the Parliament is from 10 major ports across the country. The data, collected at 10 Indian ports, indicates sea levels at Diamond Harbour in West Bengal recorded the highest annual average increase.
Delhi's water quality cannot be judged on basis of just 11 samples: DJB Vice-Chairman
While speaking to ANI, Delhi Jal Board Vice-Chairman Dinesh Mohaniya on Tuesday said that the 11 samples are not enough to decide whether th...
SC asks Kerala govt to come out with exclusive law for administration of Sabarimala temple
The counsel appearing for the state said it has formulated amendments to the law that would deal with the temples and their administrations which are presently being governed by the Travancore Devaswom Board. The draft law also proposes to give one-third representation to women in the temple advisory committee, the counsel said.
GAIL, regulator at odds over Rs 1.5K crore pipeline
PNGRB said on November 6 that it had cancelled the bid process for Langtala-Jodhpur-Bhilwara pipeline “as the tariff quoted by GAIL (India) Ltd was found to be excessively high, impacting the viability of the gas itself.” That very day, the board also invited bids for laying a new gas pipeline on altered route from Langtala to Pali via Jodhpur.
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