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Gujarat Chief Minister launches human resources software

Gujarat Chief Minister launches human resources software

12 Aug 2014

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel on Tuesday launched a software system called 'System of Application of Technology for Human Resources Improvement (SATHI)', aimed at improving the capacity and skills of government employees working on social welfare schemes.

Gujarat government,   Anandiben patel,   intellectual property rights,   SATHI,   general administrative department,  
Air India CMD's tenure extended by three months

Air India CMD's tenure extended by three months

12 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The government has given three-month extension to Air India chief Rohit Nandan and asked competent authority to complete the selection process of the new incumbent in the meantime.

Air India,   Rohit Nandan,   Air India CMD,   Department of Personnel and Training,   DoPT,  
Tamil Nadu government announces steps for welfare of unorganized sector workers

Tamil Nadu government announces steps for welfare of unorganized sector workers

12 Aug 2014

Chennai: In a bid to provide a protective shield for workers and their children involved in risky and unsafe unorganised sector in the state, Tamil Nadu government on Tuesday announced a slew of measures at Rs 127.13 crore for their protection, welfare and education for their wards.

Tamil Nadu government,   Chief Minister Jayalalithaa,   Public Works Department,   Chennai,   unorganized sector workers ,  
Railway tops in corruption complaints: CVC

Railway tops in corruption complaints: CVC

06 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Railways topped the list of government organizations against whom complaints of alleged corruption - over 11,000 - were received by the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) during last year.

Railways,   corruption,   Central Vigilance Commission,   CVC,   Department of Personnel and Training,  
Over 100 Bihar villages flooded as rivers continue to rise

Over 100 Bihar villages flooded as rivers continue to rise

16 Aug 2014

Patna: Flood water has entered over 100 villages in Bihar, forcing people to abandon their homes, and rising water level in most rivers is posing a threat to many other villages, officials said on Friday.

Bihar,   Bihar floods,   Bihar Disaster Management Department,   Water rise in river,   Bihar Water Resources Development,   Worst flood situation,   NDRF,   Vijay Kumar Choudhary,  
Taxman to track high-value spending in major cities

Taxman to track high-value spending in major cities

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: In order to widen the tax base and check undisclosed income, the Income Tax department has decided to train its scanner on instances of personal expenditure, interest earned on investment, purchase of luxury vehicles and capital gains made from sale of property in a select band of economically surging Indian cities.

Tax,   interest,   income tax department,   luxury vehicles,  
Monsoon to hit North India by end of week: <strong>Forecast</strong> agency

Monsoon to hit North India by end of week: Forecast agency

01 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  After missing its deadline, the monsoon is likely to hit the national capital and parts of North India by the end of the week, a private forecasting agency has said.

Indian Monsoon,   Indian rains,   Rainfall in India,   Rainfall in North India,   monsoons,   June monsoon in India ,  
Elderly people perform brain tasks better in morning

Elderly people perform brain tasks better in morning

08 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A latest study has revealed that older adults are more active and performs better cognitive tasks especially during the morning hours.

Elderly people,   cognitive tasks,   John Anderson,   Rotman Research Institute,   University of Toronto,   Department of Psychology ,  
Nearly 23,000 challans in July for not wearing seat belts in Delhi

Nearly 23,000 challans in July for not wearing seat belts in Delhi

08 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Delhiites who did not wear seat-belts while driving have drawn the highest number of challans from authorities in the national capital last month with the number touching nearly 23,000.

Challans,   July,   Delhi,   transport department,   registration certificates,   seat-belts,   rash driving,   national capital ,  
Monsoon <strong>forecast</strong> not alarming but government keeping watch: Mayaram

Monsoon forecast not alarming but government keeping watch: Mayaram

14 Jun 2014

New Delhi: Finance Secretary Arvind Mayaram on Saturday said the forecast of below normal monsoon is not ‘alarming’ as of now but the government is keeping a watch.

Arvind Mayaram,   Monsoon forecast,   monsoon,   government keeping watch on monsoon,   ,  

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