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NMDC gets two coal blocks for commercial mining
Both the blocks -- located at an aerial distance of 10-15 km apart -- are located at Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand.
Your appliances are getting less energy-hungry by the day, thanks to tech
Improvements in tech are helping manufacturers to build energy-effi...
Lotus on passports as part of security features, other national symbols to be used on rotation: MEA
Asked about the issue, Ministry of Extern...
Maha portfolios allocation: Sena's Eknath Shinde gets Home, Urban Development and PWD
Mumbai: A statement from the CM's office said that Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde has been given the charge of Home, Urban Development, Fore...
TV Somanathan new expenditure secretary in finance ministry
The government made over a dozen changes at the secretary and additional secretary levels, with the Union Budget two months away. This is the second major bureaucratic reshuffle since the BJP government came back to power in May. The secretaries of 12 departments were rejigged in July.
SBI, NPCI seek ‘Visa power’ for RuPay cards
Zero MDR would disincentivise banks to issue RuPay cards and they would prefer its rivals, SBI has said.
Ministries pulled up for failing Hindi test
A review by the government panel found that except for a few departments, most of the ministries failed to achieve their targets on implementation of Hindi up to the target level in their day-to-day work. The committee desired that all the government organisations should come up with websites in two languages – one of them being in Hindi.
MCA wants accounts of fraud-hit CG Power to be restated
Sources said MCA has filed a petition before the Mumbai-bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) seeking permission to re-open the books of account and recast the financial statements of CG Power and its subsidiary companies for the past five financial years beginning 2014-15.
Citizenship Amendment Bill: India terms USCIRF comments as 'unwarranted'
India on Tuesday termed the comments made by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) on the Citizenship (Amendment) Bi...
It has no locus standi: MEA on USCIRF's citizenship bill statement
In a statement issued on Monday, the US Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) alleged that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill enshrines a pathway to citizenship for immigrants that specifically excludes Muslims, setting a legal criterion for citizenship based on religion.
89% of Maoist violence in 30 districts in 2018: Ministry of Home Affairs
The banned Communist Party of India-Maoist continues to be the most potent among the various Maoist outfits in the country and accounted for more than 88 per cent of total LWE violent incidents and resultant deaths, said the Union Home Ministry's annual report, which was released last week.
Tourism ministry plans to build a Paryatan Bhawan in Lutyens' Delhi
ET had reported in its edition dated August 6 that the tourism ministry had submitted a plan to the prime minister’s office to encourage more overseas visitors to come to India following a muted growth in inbound tourist numbers in the first half of this year.
Vikas Swarup appointed Secretary (West) in foreign ministry
The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) has approved the appointment of Swarup, a 1986 batch Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer, to the post, it said.
Finance ministry unveils detailed presentation on steps taken to boost economy
In a press briefing, the CEA gave a recap of the steps taken by the government to boost the economy.
Consumer affairs ministry seeks removal of import bar to check pulses price hike
This year, the government has allowed 400,000 tonnes of tur dal import and the window closes on Friday. The import window for urad and moong closed on October 31. “Like onion, pulses may also see a steep price rise. Delay in allowing imports will not help,” said the consumer affairs ministry official.
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