07 Dec 2014
Kolkata: After having made themselves scarce for more than a year in West Bengal, Ponzi schemes seem to be back in business in the state under a new garb, that of the 'multi-state cooperative society'.
09 Feb 2015
Lucknow: Samajwadi Party on Monday sought reply from Prime Minister Narendra Modi over acts of 'religious intolerance' in the country since he came to power stating that his silence on the issue is "alarming."
13 Oct 2012
The Centre has asked state governments to amend their respective State Cooperative Society Act in tune with the Constitution (97th Amendment), 2011 before February 14 next year.
08 Jan 2015
New York: Contrary to popular belief prevalent in Western societies, researchers have found that anger is actually linked with better, not worse health, in certain cultures.
12 Jan 2015
Islamabad: Pakistan has alleged that India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi was non-cooperative in resolving the Kashmir issue.
08 Jan 2015
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank on Thursday doubled to Rs 2 lakh the amount of loan furnished by cooperative banks under the Gold Loan – Bullet Repayment scheme.
22 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Tightening its noose on loan defaulters, RBI on Monday asked banks to refuse fresh funds to those thwarting recovery attempts despite having ability to pay and classify them as 'non-cooperative borrowers' for the entire sector.
28 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Sending Sahara chief Subrata Roy to jail, quashing flawed coal block allocations, putting the Centre on tenterhooks in black money case and edging of cricket czar N Srinivasan kept busy in 2014 the Supreme Court which in a historic order removed outgoing CBI boss Ranjit Sinha from 2G spectrum scam cases for his misdemeanour.
20 Nov 2014
New Delhi: Fair trade regulator Competition Commission of India(CCI) has dismissed a complaint alleging anti-competitive practices against Co-operative Societies (Punjab) for supply of certain agricultural products, saying that the matter does not fall under its purview.
06 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Concerned over the deteriorating condition of SpiceJet and large-scale flight cancellations, aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Friday withdrew 186 of its slots and asked it to clear salary dues of all its employees in the next ten days.