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RBI <strong>norms</strong> to protect interests of consumers soon

RBI norms to protect interests of consumers soon

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will soon come out with comprehensive guidelines to protect consumers from being cheated by entities which are regulated by the Central bank.

RBI,   Reserve Bank of India,   Consumer protection,   Indian Consumers,  
Coal mine allottees to comply with anti-corruption <strong>norms</strong>

Coal mine allottees to comply with anti-corruption norms

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi:  Ahead of the coal blocks auctions, the government on Friday came out with terms and conditions for operation of the mines which include features like safety and welfare of workers and anti-corruption provisions.

coal blocks auctions,   Coal mine allottees ,   anti corruption norms,   Coal mines ,  
Indian named on panel to review UN peace-<strong>building</strong> architecture

Indian named on panel to review UN peace-building architecture

23 Jan 2015

United Nations: An eminent Indian academician is among seven experts nominated by UN chief Ban Ki-moon to be part of an advisory group that will conduct a policy and institutional review of the world body's peace- building architecture and make recommendations.

UN peace building architecture,   UN chief,   Ban Ki-moon,   Saraswathi Menon,   advisory group,  
Four-storeyed <strong>building</strong> collapses in northeast Delhi, no casualties

Four-storeyed building collapses in northeast Delhi, no casualties

21 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A four-storeyed building collapsed in Gautampuri area of Northeast Delhi in the wee hours on Wednesday but no casualties were reported in the incident.

four storeyed building collapsed,   building collapse,   Gautampuri,   northeast delhi,  
Shopping malls supply dips 79 percent in 2014 on <strong>construction</strong> delays

Shopping malls supply dips 79 percent in 2014 on construction delays

20 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The supply of retail space in shopping malls last year fell sharply by 79 percent to about a million sq ft in the seven major cities of the country due to construction delays, property consultant CBRE said on Tuesday.

shopping malls,   supply dips,   construction delays,   CBRE,  
IRDA evaluating fresh <strong>norms</strong> for banks

IRDA evaluating fresh norms for banks

19 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Insurance sector regulator IRDA is evaluating fresh norms for banks to act as intermediaries for insurers, following recent changes in law brought through an ordinance by the government.

IRDA,   banking,   insurance agents,   insurance sector,   RBI,   ,  
Philippine crowd <strong>building</strong> for papal Mass

Philippine crowd building for papal Mass

18 Jan 2015

Manila: Hundreds of thousands of Filipinos filled Manila's main park for Pope Francis' final Mass on Sunday, braving a steady rain to hear the pontiff's message of hope for the Southeast Asian country's most downtrodden and destitute.

Philippine,   Papal Mass,   Pope Francis,   St John Paul II,   Rizal Park,  
Obama visit: US wants only its snipers on <strong>building</strong> rooftops, India says 'no'

Obama visit: US wants only its snipers on building rooftops, India says 'no'

19 Jan 2015

New Delhi: India has said a polite 'no' to the US for its proposal that only the American snipers be deployed on the rooftops of buildings overlooking Rajpath during the Republic Day parade where President Barack Obama will be the Chief Guest.

US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   American snipers,   Rajpath,   Republic Day,  
Anti-terror operations: Government likely to frame <strong>norms</strong> for media coverage

Anti-terror operations: Government likely to frame norms for media coverage

18 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Indicating that there could be soon norms for media coverage of terror-related operations, Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday said that the issue is under "serious and very advanced consideration" of the government.

Norms for media coverage,   Anti terror operations,   Information and Broadcasting Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   government Of India,  
World Bank to give aid for <strong>building</strong> toilets in Chattisgarh

World Bank to give aid for building toilets in Chattisgarh

15 Jan 2015

Raipur: World Bank will extend financial aid to build toilets in tribal-dominated villages of Chhattisgarh under Centre's flagship 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' campaign.

World Bank,   toilets in Chattisgarh,   aid for building toilets,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan,   open defecation,   ,  

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