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Aluminium most energy intensive <strong>building</strong> material in India

Aluminium most energy intensive building material in India

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Of the building materials used in India, aluminium and burnt clay bricks are among the most energy intensive, says a new study.

Aluminium,   energy intensive building material,   India,   burnt clay bricks,   building construction materials,  
RBI to ease <strong>norms</strong> for online deals of small value

RBI to ease norms for online deals of small value

19 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Reserve Bank deputy Governor H R Khan on Friday said the central bank is in the process of formulating some guidelines which will allow customers to do small value transactions without the second factor authentication.

Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   Online deals,   HR Khan,   Mobile Banking,   Uber,  
Sebi to simplify KYC <strong>norms</strong> for rural investors

Sebi to simplify KYC norms for rural investors

18 Dec 2014

Mumbai: After allowing rural customers to trade in cash up to Rs 20,000 at one time and Rs 50,000 per annum, Sebi is now working on simplifying KYC process for them in a bid to bring more such investors to capital markets.

Rural customers,   Sebi,   KYC,   Investors,   Capital markets,  
Government takes initiatives for expanding Panchayati Raj institutes

Government takes initiatives for expanding Panchayati Raj institutes

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Government has taken a special initiative for expanding the outreach and enhancing the quality of training for Panchayati Raj Institutes, Lok Sabha was informed on Thursday.

Panchayati Raj institutes,   Lok Sabha,   Birender Singh,   National Capability Building Framework (NCBF),   State Institutes of Rural Development,   ,  
<strong>Norms</strong> bent to give liquor suppliers Rs 100 crore benefit: BJP

Norms bent to give liquor suppliers Rs 100 crore benefit: BJP

16 Dec 2014

Patna: BJP on Tuesday accused the JD(U)-led Bihar government of providing Rs 100 crore undue benefit to liquor suppliers by increasing base rates of country liquor in violation of tender conditions.  

BJP,   JD(U),   Bihar,   Chief Minister,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Bihar government,   Liquor,   Sushil Kumar Modi,   ,  
Beas tragedy: Andhra Pradesh government to draw up <strong>norms</strong> on college study tours

Beas tragedy: Andhra Pradesh government to draw up norms on college study tours

17 Dec 2014

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh government would set up a three-member committee to prepare a manual listing guidelines for colleges on conducting industrial tours, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said.

Andhra Pradesh government,   N Chandrababu Naidu,   Beas tragedy,   Andhra Pradesh,   TDP ,  
Illegal built-ups on reserved areas need to be demolished:Maharashtra Revenue Minister

Illegal built-ups on reserved areas need to be demolished:Maharashtra Revenue Minister

15 Dec 2014

Nagpur: Maharashtra Revenue Minister Ekanath Khadse on Monday said illegal constructions on reserved areas should be demolished.

Maharashtra Minister,   Revenue Minister,   Eknath Khadse,   illegal construction,  
Infrastructure loans: RBI eases <strong>norms</strong> to give more flexibility to banks

Infrastructure loans: RBI eases norms to give more flexibility to banks

15 Dec 2014

Mumbai: To revive stalled plans and help banks tide over mounting bad loans, the RBI on Monday eased norms for structuring of existing long-term project loans to  infrastructure and core industries.

RBI,   Reserve Bank of India,   Project loans,   Infrastructure,   Core industries,   RBI Governor,   Raghuram Rajan ,  
Hinduja group acquires iconic London <strong>building</strong>

Hinduja group acquires iconic London building

13 Dec 2014

London: The Hinduja Group has acquired the historic Old War Office building having around 1,100 rooms in Central London for an undisclosed sum for conversion into a 5-star hotel and residential apartments.

Hinduja group,   UK,   old war office building ,  
Pakistan court extends stay against <strong>construction</strong> of nuclear plants

Pakistan court extends stay against construction of nuclear plants

13 Dec 2014

Karachi: A local court here has extended for another week its stay order restraining the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) from carrying out work on the two nuclear power plant projects in Karachi without adhering to environmental laws.

Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission,   nuclear plants,   nuclear power plant projects,   PAEC,   Nuclear power ,  

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