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India Inc expects more reforms in major areas from Modi government: Assocham

India Inc expects more reforms in major areas from Modi government: Assocham

24 May 2015

New Delhi: As the Modi government completes one year in office, India Inc expects major initiatives in the next two quarters along with forward movement in key sectors like road, power, coal, non-renewable energy, mainly led by public sector investment, industry body Assocham said on Sunday.

Modi government,   India Inc,   road,   power,   coal,   non renewable energy,   public sector investment,   industry body Assocham,   Latest News,  
SpiceJet to infuse Rs 300 crores into airline

SpiceJet to infuse Rs 300 crores into airline

21 May 2015

New Delhi: Budget carrier SpiceJet on Thursday said it will infuse Rs 300 crore into the airline and enhance its fleet size to 45-50 aircraft by March next year. The airline's Board of Directors has also appointed co-founder Ajay Singh appointed as airlines Chairman and Managing Director and his wife Shivani Singh as director.

SpiceJet,   Budget Carrier,   Ajay Singh,   Shivani Singh,   Civil Aviation Ministry,   Latest Business News ,  
AAP government trying to stop 'transfer-posting' <strong>industry</strong>: Sisodia

AAP government trying to stop 'transfer-posting' industry: Sisodia

21 May 2015

New Delhi: Alleging that officers were running "transfer-posting industry" in Delhi, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday said AAP government was being opposed for trying to stop it, a day after bureaucrats expressed anguish over the treatment meted out to them.

Delhi government,   Appointment issue,   Manish Sisodia,   Lieutenant governor,   Najeeb Jung,   Appointment of bureaucrats,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Latest States news ,  
A year after Thai coup, stability trumps growth for business

A year after Thai coup, stability trumps growth for business

22 May 2015

Bangkok: When Thailand's army seized power in a bloodless coup, much of the business establishment quietly cheered them on. A year on, the captains of Thai industry remain firmly behind the junta, despite a lacklustre economy and a delayed return to democracy.

Thailand,   Thai business,   Thai industry,   Thailand government,   latest world news,  
Street clashes, gunfire erupt again in Burundi capital

Street clashes, gunfire erupt again in Burundi capital

21 May 2015

Bujumbura: Street battles and gunfire erupted again in the Burundi capital on Thursday as protesters against President Pierre Nkurunziza rejected his calls for calm in the east African nation, an ethnic tinderbox with a long history of civil war and genocide.

Burundi,   President Pierre Nkurunziza,   Civil War,   Genocide,   Latest World News ,  
UPSC requires 5,000 invigilators for <strong>civil</strong> services exam

UPSC requires 5,000 invigilators for civil services exam

17 May 2015

New Delhi: Citing increase in the number of IAS and IPS aspirants, the UPSC has sought from the Centre services of about 5,000 invigilators for this year's civil services examination.

UPSC,   civil services exam,   IAS,   IPS,   UPSC exam,   Latest India news ,  
Behaviour towards <strong>civil</strong> servants has to be dignified: Jitendra Singh

Behaviour towards civil servants has to be dignified: Jitendra Singh

18 May 2015

New Delhi: Amid the controversy over appointment of Delhi's acting Chief Secretary, Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Monday stressed on the need of maintaining dignified behaviour towards civil service officers. Singh said there may be less controversial ways of and ling the issue.

Union Minister Jitendra Singh,   Civil servants,   PMO,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Shakuntala Gamlin,   Chief Secretary,   Latest Nation News,  
J&K government employees to gherao <strong>civil</strong> secretariat on 28th May

J&K government employees to gherao civil secretariat on 28th May

18 May 2015

Srinagar: An organisation of Jammu and Kashmir government employees on Monday said it would gherao civil secretariat, the seat of the state government, on May 28 to press for regularisation of daily wagers and casual labourers working in many departments.

J and K government employee,   Gherao of civil Secretariat,   Protest in J and K,   EJAC,   Employees Union,   Latest States News ,  
 Nepal government bans use of drones

Nepal government bans use of drones

06 May 2015

Kathmandu: The Nepal government has banned drones in its skies following the April 25 earthquake, fearing sensitive information might be leaked and pictures of its valuable heritage sites clicked illegally.

Nepal government,   drones,   Nepal earthquake,   Nepal heritage,   Civil Aviation Authority,   Latest world news ,  
UPSC postpones <strong>Civil</strong> Services exams notification

UPSC postpones Civil Services exams notification

15 May 2015

New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has postponed the date for issuance of notification for Civil Services examination 2015 without citing any reason. The notification was due to be issued on Saturday.

UPSC,   Civil Services exams,   Notification of UPSC,   IFS,   Centre,   Civil services,   Latest Nation News,  

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