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Congress blames Modi government's 'utter apathy' for nationwide <strong>strike</strong>

Congress blames Modi government's 'utter apathy' for nationwide strike

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Expressing solidarity with the day-long nationwide strike called by 10 central trade unions, Congress today alleged that government's 'utter apathy' has led to the stir.

Congress,   Modi government,   Strike,   Central trade,   Latest Nation News,  
CM Mamata trying to prove herself as loyal BJP ally: Left Front

CM Mamata trying to prove herself as loyal BJP ally: Left Front

02 Sep 2015

Kolkata: Accusing TMC government of using 'anti-democratic measures' to foil the general strike called by central trade unions in West Bengal, the Left Front today said that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was opposed to the strike to present herself as a 'valuable ally of BJP'.

CM Mamata,   BJP ally,   Left Front,   TMC government,   General strike,   Central trade unions,   Latest States News,  
Normal life hit as trade unions go on nationwide <strong>strike</strong>

Normal life hit as trade unions go on nationwide strike

01 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Normal life was affected in various parts of the country, including in West Bengal and Kerala, as 10 central trade unions today went on a day-long nationwide strike to protest against changes in labour laws and privatisation of PSUs.

Trade unions,   Essential services,   Nationwide strike,   Labour laws,   BJP,   BMS,   National Front of Indian Trade Unions,   Latest Nation News,  
SBI, ICICI <strong>Bank</strong> systemically important: RBI

SBI, ICICI Bank systemically important: RBI

01 Sep 2015

Chennai: India's largest bank State Bank of India (SBI) and the largest private sector bank ICICI Bank have been designated as domestic systemically important banks , the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said yesterday.

SBI,   ICICI,   RBI,   SIS,   D-SIB,   latest business news,  
Indira Gandhi considered military <strong>strike</strong> on Pakistan's nuclear sites: CIA

Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pakistan's nuclear sites: CIA

01 Sep 2015

Washington: Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed.

Indira Gandhi,   Military strike,   Pakistan nuclear,   fighter jets F-16,   CIA,   India,   Us,   Covert operations ,  
Congress, other secular parties treat Muslims as vote <strong>bank</strong>: Najma Heptulla

Congress, other secular parties treat Muslims as vote bank: Najma Heptulla

01 Sep 2015

Patna: Union Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla today charged the 'grand secular alliance' with treating Muslims as vote bank and said the constituent parties in the coalition have only extracted out of the minorities.

Minority Affairs,   Najma Heptulla,   Grand secular alliance,   Muslims,   Vote bank,   Congress,   RJD,   JDU,   BJP,   Bihar election,  
Nation-wide <strong>bank</strong> <strong>strike</strong> on 24th June

Nation-wide bank strike on 24th June

30 May 2015

Vadodara: The All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) today called for a nation-wide strike on June 24 in support of various demands of the State Sector Bank Employees Association (SSBEA).

Bank Strike,   AIBEA,   SBI,   SBBJ,   State Bank of Travancore,   Latest Business News ,  
RBI may cut key rates in September review: Deutsche <strong>Bank</strong>

RBI may cut key rates in September review: Deutsche Bank

28 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Stating that the country will outperform emerging market peers in the current volatile environment, German brokerage Deutsche Bank today said it expects RBI to slash key rates by 0.25 percent in the September 29 review.

Deutsche Bank,   RBI,   Rate cut,   loan,   economy,   GDP,   Rupee,   Sensex,  
Political economy a reality for central bankers, says Rajan

Political economy a reality for central bankers, says Rajan

30 Aug 2015

Washington: Terming politics an important force in determining tactics of economic policymakers, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has said the framework in India allows the central bank a “protection” to some extent and its policy has been to take the heat away from the “political economy”.

Economic policymakers,   RBI Governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   Central bank,   Latest News,  
  'Spooked' Swiss banks ask Indians to utilise compliance window

'Spooked' Swiss banks ask Indians to utilise compliance window

31 Aug 2015

Zurich/London: Spooked by the new blackmoney law, a number of Swiss and other European banks have begun asking Indian clients to disclose their accounts to the tax authorities back home as they fear being accused of 'abetting' the hoarding of untaxed assets.

Swiss banks,   blackmoney law,   blackmoney,   European banks,   Swiss bank on black money,   Latest business news,  

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