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Government to set up centre to <strong>clean</strong> malwares from mobiles, PCs

Government to set up centre to clean malwares from mobiles, PCs

25 May 2015

New Delhi: Government is setting up a centre that will detect malicious programmes like 'botnets' and help device owners remove such harmful softwares for free.

Government,   Malicious programmes,   botnets,   Softwares,   Smartphone,   PC,   Bug ,  
Traders ask Centre to annul 51 percent FDI <strong>policy</strong> in multi-brand retail

Traders ask Centre to annul 51 percent FDI policy in multi-brand retail

25 May 2015

New Delhi: Taking on the 'contradictory' statements given by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Commerce Minister Nirmala Sithraman, Traders body CAIT on Sunday asked the government to scrap the policy of 51 percent FDI in multi-brand retail sector.

Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Commerce Minister,   Nirmala Sithraman,   Traders body,   CAIT,   FDI,   Multi-brand retail,  
<strong>RBI</strong> to soon set up Central Fraud Registry

RBI to soon set up Central Fraud Registry

24 May 2015

New Delhi: Mindful of the impact of frauds on banks' financials, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will soon set up a Central Fraud Registry as part of an early warning system. The idea is to set up a structure for quick sharing of information about unscrupulous borrowers and help banks fight bad loans.

RBI,   Central Fraud Registry,   Reserve Bank of India,   CEIB,   Latest Business News ,  
Impressed by PM Modi's commitment to <strong>clean</strong> energy: Bloomberg

Impressed by PM Modi's commitment to clean energy: Bloomberg

23 May 2015

Washington: Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi for proposing new public health standards for emissions from coal-fired power plants, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has said he is impressed by the Indian leader's commitment to build a clean energy future for India.

Narendra Modi,   Public health,   Power plants,   Michael Bloomberg,   Clean energy,   India energy sector ,  
 Vegetarians please <strong>note</strong>! Plants can hear themselves being eaten

Vegetarians please note! Plants can hear themselves being eaten

23 May 2015

New York: Next time when you chew upon your favourite lettuce, be a little more considerate. According to researchers from the University of Missouri (MU), plants can identify the sound of themselves being eaten and react to the threat.

Vegetarians,   Plants,   lettuce,   plant facts,  strange news,   latest lifestyle news,  
Sebi pitches for scaling up NCFE to complement Jan Dhan Yojana

Sebi pitches for scaling up NCFE to complement Jan Dhan Yojana

24 May 2015

New Delhi: To complement the government's ambitious financial inclusion programme, Jan Dhan Yojana, Sebi has suggested a massive scaling up of the National Strategy on Financial Education including by way of greater fund outlays.

SEBI,   NCFE,   Jan Dhan Yojana,   RBI,   IRDAI,   PFRDA,   FMC,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Latest Business News ,  
Central banks should not ignore global responsibilities: Raghuram Rajan

Central banks should not ignore global responsibilities: Raghuram Rajan

20 May 2015

New York: Multilateral institutions like the IMF need to re-examine "rules of the game" but central banks should not ignore international responsibilities despite their domestic mandates, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has said.

Central Banks,   RBI governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   IMF,   Monetary Policy,   Latest Business News ,  
Government may do away with mandatory <strong>RBI</strong> approval for FDI

Government may do away with mandatory RBI approval for FDI

19 May 2015

New Delhi: In a bid to attract more foreign investment, the government is looking at doing away with the mandatory approval of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) which currently is needed after an investment proposal has been approved by the FIPB(Foreign Investment Promotion Board).

RBI,   Reserve Bank of India,   FDI,   FIPB,   FEMA,   Finance Bill,   Parliament,   FDI policy,   Latest Business News,  
First 4,000 units of Meizu m1 <strong>note</strong> sold out in nearly four hours!

First 4,000 units of Meizu m1 note sold out in nearly four hours!

21 May 2015

New Delhi: The first stock of 4,000 units of Meizu m1 note smartphones were sold out in nearly four hours after it went on open sale on E-commerce website Amazon India at Rs 11,999.

Meizu,   m1 note,   Smartphones,   Amazon India,   Budget smartphone,   m1 note price,   m1 note specifications ,  
Job-seeker gets rejection <strong>note</strong> for being Muslim

Job-seeker gets rejection note for being Muslim

21 May 2015

Mumbai: In a case of religious discrimination, a Mumbai-based diamond jewellery export firm declined to entertain the job application of a youth on the grounds that he was a Muslim. After the rejection letter sparked a controversy, the firm said it was an error on the part of one of its staff and it never practised religious discrimination.

Muslim Job rejection,   Maharashtra,   Mumbai,   Diamond export firm,   Zeshan Ali Khan,   Hare Krishna Exports Pvt Ltd,   Religious discrimination,   latest India news,  

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