MAC MINI 2018
'Bharti Airtel has not taken any import license since April, 2018'
According to various media reports, the Directorate of Foreign Trade (DGFT) has put Airtel on the 'Denied Entities List' following the non-fulfillment of export obligations under the EPCG scheme. As a result, Airtel’s import license stood cancelled and the company will not be able to avail any export benefit or licence from the DGFT.
Copper sees biggest losing streak since 2018
Copper, often a barometer of global growth, fell 1.5% to settle at $2.684 a pound.
IIM Kozhikode completes 2018-20 batch placements, mean salary rises 12%
Around 131 recruiters, representing a 22.4% increase compared to the ...
Domestic air passenger traffic grows by just 3.74% in 2019 compared to 18.6% in 2018: DGCA
Commenting on the 2019 data, a senior official of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said, "A bit disappointing. In 2019, we faced headwinds on account of Jet Airways but 2020 is going to be different and the double digit growth should be back sooner rather than later."
Accidents, suicides claimed lives of 2,200 CAPF personnel in 2014-2018 period
In 2018 alone, 104 CAPF personnel died in accidents while 28 in suicides, totalling 132 deaths during the year, the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data showed.
10,349 farmers committed suicide in 2018: NCRB
The 2018 figure is less in comparison to 2016 when 11,379 farmers committed suicide, according to the agency which is responsible for collecting and analysing crime data.
J&K Police Deputy SP Davinder Singh took Hizbul commander Naveed Babu to Jammu in 2018 as well
Davinder Singh was arrested on Saturday along with Naveed alias Babu, another militant Rafi Rather and an alleged Over Ground Worker Irfan Dar, in a car on highway in Kulgam district, when they were on way to Jammu. J&K police currently interrogating Singh and Naveed are also investigating, whether they were on way to execute any big attack or not.
Unnao rape case: Doctor who treated survivor’s father dies under ‘mysterious circumstances’
The doctor who treated the father of the Unnao rape victim has died in mysterious circumstances here on Monday.Prashant Upadhyaya had treate...
Life Insurance Corp of India raises 2018-19 provisioning by 30%
In absolute terms, LIC’s NPAs stood at Rs 24,777 crore on March 31, out of a total debt of Rs 4 lakh crore.
Multibagger trap: Star performers of 2018 that turned out to be wealth destroyers in 2019
Over 75 per cent of last year’s multibaggers destroyed wealth this calendar.
Customer complaints at RBI offices surge 20 percent in 2018-19
While 36,539 ATM and debit card related complaints were registered which accounted for 18.65% of the overall complaints, customers reached out to the Reserve Bank of India on 14,794 instances to grieve about mobile and electronic banking issues. Of the total complaints received, non-observance of fair practices code accounted for the maximum number of complaints.
Total frauds at banks rise 74 per cent to Rs 71,543 crore in 2018-19: RBI
"Public sector banks accounted for a bulk of frauds reported in 2018-19 -- 55.4 per cent of the number of cases reported and 90.2 per cent of the amount involved -- mainly reflecting the lack of adequate internal processes, people and systems to tackle operational risks," the RBI's report on 'Trends and Progress of Banking 2018-19' showed.
NSS data shows jump in ‘Housing for All’ in 2018
A total of 16 million homes have been constructed since April 2014. Data shows that numbers of those living in semi-pucca houses has come down from 24.6% to 17.4% during the period. Those living in kutcha houses is down from 9.6% to 5.9%. In other words, 10.5 million rural households living in kutcha houses and dilapidated semipucca houses need a new habitat.
Nearly 10,000 Indians detained in US in 2018 in removal operations: Report
According to the report titled “Immigration Enforcement: Arrests, Detentions, and Removals, and Issues Related to Selected Populations” by Government Accountability Office, the number of Indians detained by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement or the ICE has more than doubled between 2015 and 2018.
No stay on 2018 Sabarimala verdict
The Supreme Court has refused to stay its 2018 ruling allowing women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala shrine but left it to a larger bench to decide constitutionality of religious practices that restricted women from entering temples, mosques or fire temples.
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