22 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Putting pressure on ally Congress over the deadlock regarding seat sharing for the Maharashtra Assembly polls, NCP said a meeting of its core committee in Mumbai on Monday will take a final call on the matter even as it asserted that it is sticking to its "original demand".
20 Sep 2014
New Delhi: As the government gears up for the mega launch of 'Make in India' campaign on September 25, the DIPP has set up an 8-member expert panel for quick redressal of grievances and queries of global and domestic investors.
01 May 2014
Dubai: The ICC on Thursday announced the Emirates Elite Panel of umpires for 2014-2015, commencing from July 1, following the annual review and selection process.
28 Feb 2014
Bhubaneswar: Keen to have a representation in the ICC's Elite panel of Umpires, the BCCI is ready to set up a National Umpires Academy in the country to improve the standard of officials.
17 Sep 2014
New Delhi: As government grapples with the issue of blackmoney, a Parliamentary committee has decided to review the subject of "unaccounted" money and its generation.
17 Sep 2014
New Delhi: A four-member committee of secretaries has submitted its report on a new gas pricing mechanism, prescribing a rate much lower than the doubling of price approved by previous UPA government.
15 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Scientist Raghunath Anant Mashelkar, former director general of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, has been named the chair of an expert panel to recommend best technologies for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Swachh Bharat" national sanitation campaign.
25 Jun 2013
Pakistan's Asad Rauf, who is being investigated in the IPL spot-fixing scandal, and long-serving New Zealander Billy Bowden were on Tuesday dropped from the ICC Elite Panel of Umpires after an annual review of their performance.
12 Sep 2014
New Delhi: As the government prepares to bring a fresh Bill in Parliament to repeal archaic laws, the Law Commission on Friday recommended revoking 72 obsolete statutes, saying there is an ‘urgent need’ to ensure that the legal structures are responsive to challenges of changing times.
26 Jul 2013
London: Former ICC elite panel umpire, Simon Taufel has warned that decision-making in modern-day cricket has become tougher than last two decades, saying extensive use of high-end technology and reviews put more "pressure" on on-field officials.