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PM Modi steps up economic <strong>reforms</strong>, eyes privatisation

PM Modi steps up economic reforms, eyes privatisation

20 Oct 2014

NEW DELHI: India promised on Monday to open up the coal industry to private players and moved closer to selling a stake in a state-run oil company, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi picked up the pace on economic reform days after relaxing fuel price controls.

India,   Indian economy,   India business,   Coal industry,   Private companies,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Modi reforms,   Economic reform,   Fuel prices,  
Energy <strong>reforms</strong>, BJP win in state polls fuel 321 points Sensex rally

Energy reforms, BJP win in state polls fuel 321 points Sensex rally

20 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Markets began the Diwali week with a bang with Sensex on Monday surging 321.32 points, its biggest rise in over a week, to end at 26,429.85 buoyed by fuel reforms and hopes of Modi government going ahead with further economic initiatives after BJP's strong show in state polls.

Markets,   Diwali week,   Sensex,   Fuel reforms,   Modi government,   Economic initiatives,   BJP,   State polls,   Nifty,   NSE,   BSE,  
Cash transfer scheme for LPG to help save Rs 10,0 crore subsidy

Cash transfer scheme for LPG to help save Rs 10,0 crore subsidy

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: After effecting big bang reforms of deregulating diesel prices and raising natural gas rates, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Monday said the relaunched cash transfer scheme for LPG will help save Rs 10,000 crore in subsidy.

Reforms,   Diesel prices,   Natural gas rates,   Oil Minister,   Dharmendra Pradhan,   Cash transfer scheme,   LPG,   Subsidy,  
Japan PM Abe suffers setback as two ministers quit

Japan PM Abe suffers setback as two ministers quit

20 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Japan's new Trade and Industry Minister quit over a funding scandal on Monday and the Justice Minister resigned after being accused of violating electoral laws, dealing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe his biggest setback since taking office in 2012.

Japan,   PM Abe,   Trade minister,   Scandals,   Japan ministers resignation,   Trade and Industry Minister,   funding scandal,   Justice Minister,   electoral laws violation,   Shinzo Abe,   Yuko Obuchi,   Midori Matsushima,   Obuchi and Matsushima resignation,  
Trade unions to hold joint protest against labour laws <strong>reforms</strong>

Trade unions to hold joint protest against labour laws reforms

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: All central trade unions will hold a nationwide stir on December 5 to protest against the labour reforms initiated by the Narendra Modi government.

Trade unions,   joint protest,   labour laws reforms,   central trade unions,   December 5,   Narendra Modi government,   Gurudas Dasgupta,   Shramev Jayate,  
Prominent citizens urge Modi to bring in police, <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong>

Prominent citizens urge Modi to bring in police, electoral reforms

10 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prominent persons from various walks of life have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring about police reforms to end "executive stranglehold" over it and enable its transformation from a "ruler's police" into "people's police".

Narendra Modi,   Ram Jethmalani,   police reform,   Election Commission,   Law Commission ,  
Election Commission to publish draft <strong>electoral</strong> rolls in Tamil Nadu tomorrow

Election Commission to publish draft electoral rolls in Tamil Nadu tomorrow

14 Oct 2014

Chennai: The Election Commission has announced special summary revision of electoral rolls of Assembly constituencies of Tamil Nadu with reference to January 1, 2015 as the qualifying date.

Election Commission,   electoral roll,   electoral rollin tamil Nadu,   electoral roll in India,   Jayalalithaa,   AIADMK,  
EC to publish draft <strong>electoral</strong> rolls in Tamil Nadu tomorrow

EC to publish draft electoral rolls in Tamil Nadu tomorrow

14 Oct 2014

Chennai: The Election Commission has announced special summary revision of electoral rolls of Assembly constituencies of Tamil Nadu with reference to January 1, 2015 as the qualifying date.

EC,   draft electoral rolls,   Tamil Nadu,   election commission,   elections,  
Modi to shy from <strong>reforms</strong> initially, to disappoint optimists through 2015: S&P

Modi to shy from reforms initially, to disappoint optimists through 2015: S&P

16 Oct 2014

Mumbai: International rating agency Standard & Poor's, which recently upgraded its outlook on the sovereign ratings, said that the economic performance of the country could "disappoint optimists" through 2015, but will better over a longer-term as the government initiates bold reforms.

International rating agency,   Standard & Poor's,   India outlook,   India sovereign ratings,   Economic performance,   Optimists,   Modi government,   India reforms,  
MGNREGA much exploited, will go ahead with tweak: Government

MGNREGA much exploited, will go ahead with tweak: Government

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Amidst opposition in several quarters to its plan to tweak the rural job scheme, NDA government on Thursday asserted that it would go ahead with MGNREGA reforms as it charged that the flagship programme of the previous UPA regime "was allowed to be exploited for purely partisan purposes".

Rural job scheme,   NDA government,   MGNREGA reforms,   UPA Government,   Modi government,   Employment schemes ,  

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