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Reforms in food subsidy to reduce inflationary pressures: Moody's Investor <strong>Service</strong>

Reforms in food subsidy to reduce inflationary pressures: Moody's Investor Service

29 Jan 2015

Chennai: Global credit rating agency Moody's Investor Service on Thursday said the recommended reforms in food subsidy and distribution will reduce India's inflationary pressures and fiscal deficit.

food subsidy reforms,   India inflationary pressure,   fiscal deficit,   Moody Investor Service,   food distribution system,   National Food Security Act,  
Centre to reconstitute Lokpal search committee

Centre to reconstitute Lokpal search committee

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The UPA-appointed search committee to nominate members for the Lokpal will soon undergo an overhaul as the government plans to include new names in the panel.

Lokpal,   Lokpal search committee,   Lokpal Act,   Modi government,   UPA,   Corruption,   Anti corruption law,  
Delhi polls: Congress promises law on <strong>right</strong> to housing for slum dwellers

Delhi polls: Congress promises law on right to housing for slum dwellers

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Congress on Wednesday sought to retrieve lost ground in poll-bound Delhi by promising an ambitious law providing right to housing for millions of slum dwellers in the national capital.

Congress,   Delhi polls,   Right to housing,   Slum dwellers,   Delhi assembly election ,  
RRBs with assets less than USD 175 million not to register with FATCA

RRBs with assets less than USD 175 million not to register with FATCA

29 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank has exempted Regional Rural Banks with assets less than USD 175 million to register with the US Internal Revenue System under Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

Regional Rural Banks,   RRBs,   Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act,   FATCA,   Internal Revenue System,   ,  
Xiaomi to set up first R&D base in Bangalore, looks to beef up presence in India

Xiaomi to set up first R&D base in Bangalore, looks to beef up presence in India

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Handset maker Xiaomi will set up a research and development unit in Bangalore, its first such facility outside of China, as it looks to beef up presence in the booming Indian smartphone market.

Xiaomi,   Xiaomi India,   Xiaomi service center,   Indian smartphone market,   Xiaomi Mi4,  
Cablevision to launch WiFi phone <strong>service</strong> for data-hungry users in February

Cablevision to launch WiFi phone service for data-hungry users in February

27 Jan 2015

SAN FRANCISCO: Cablevision System Corp said on Monday it would launch in February a wireless Internet phone service to give users an alternative to pricier data plans from cellular companies such as AT&T and Verizon.

Cablevision System,   Wireless Internet phone,   Data plans,   Internet tariff,   WiFi phone,  
Outlawed JuD defies Pakistan government by launching ambulance <strong>service</strong>

Outlawed JuD defies Pakistan government by launching ambulance service

27 Jan 2015

Karachi: Unfazed by sanctions imposed by the government, Mumbai 2008 attacks mastermind Hafeez Saeed-led militant outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) has launched an ambulance service here in southern port city of Pakistan.

JuD launches ambulance service,   Pakistan government,   JuD,   Hafeez Saeed ,  
CPWD issues maintenance <strong>charter</strong> to improve <strong>service</strong> delivery

CPWD issues maintenance charter to improve service delivery

02 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Seeking to enhance client satisfaction in respect of maintenance services across the country, the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) has come out with a 'maintenance charter' specifying time frames for attending to different types of complaints.

CPWD,   Urban Development Minister,   M Venkaiah Naidu,   improved service delivery ,  
Beijing-Shanghai bullet train rakes up USD 5 billion revenue

Beijing-Shanghai bullet train rakes up USD 5 billion revenue

27 Jan 2015

Beijing: High speed rail service between Beijing and Shanghai made USD five billion revenue on ticket sales last year, belying reports that the bullet trains in China are running in losses.

Beijing Shanghai bullet train,   Bullet train,   ticket sales,   high speed rail service,   Beijing,   Shanghai,  
Lara to do special <strong>act</strong> in 'Fitoor'

Lara to do special act in 'Fitoor'

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Actress Lara Dutta, who will be seen in upcoming flick 'Fitoor', has a special treat on mind for her fans. The actress shared her insight about the film while answering the questions of her fans on social networking site.

Lara Dutta,   Fitoor,   special act in Fitoor,   Lara tweeted ,  

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