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PSBs need government support for viability of social schemes: SBI

PSBs need government support for viability of social schemes: SBI

29 Aug 2015

Mumbai: SBI chief Arundhathi Bhattacharya said the government needs to think about "ways and means" to sustain social security schemes like Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana in the long run and compensate public sector banks (PSBs) to make such initiatives commercially viable.

SBI chief,   Arundhathi Bhattacharya,   Modi government,   Social security schemes,   Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana,   Public sector banks,  
  Tired of paying rent, German woman <strong>lives</strong> on train

Tired of paying rent, German woman lives on train

25 Aug 2015

Cologne (Germany): When others get off the train to go home, Leonie Muller, a German college student, stays behind. That is because she is already at home: The train is her apartment, and she says she likes it that way.

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Low inflation, <strong>public</strong> pleading should not drive rate cuts: Raghuram Rajan

Low inflation, public pleading should not drive rate cuts: Raghuram Rajan

24 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Interest rate cuts should only be delivered after sustained low inflation, and not as 'goodies' doled out after public pleading, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said today.

Raghuram Rajan,   RBI Governor,   inflation,   public pleading,   Central Bank,   Arun Jaitley,   Latest Business News,  
Jayalalithaa announces memorial for actor Sivaji Ganesan

Jayalalithaa announces memorial for actor Sivaji Ganesan

26 Aug 2015

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today announced that a memorial will be built here honouring legendary actor late Sivaji Ganesan.  Making a suo moto statement in the assembly, she said on September 26, 2002, she had ordered conveyance of 65 cents of land owned by Public Works Department in Adyar to South Indian Film Artists Association for constructing a memorial for Sivaji Ganesan following requests.

Jayalalithaa,   Memorial for actor,   Sivaji Ganesan,   Chief Minister,   Assembly,   Public Works Department,   South Indian Film Artists Association,   Latest States News,  
 Even moderate drinkers are at high cancer risk: Report

Even moderate drinkers are at high cancer risk: Report

19 Aug 2015

New York: Even light to moderate drinking -  up to one a day for women and up to two a day for men - may increase your risk of contracting cancer, especially if you are a smoker, says a new study.

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 Grandparents are real treasures of our <strong>lives</strong>: Shraddha Kapoor

Grandparents are real treasures of our lives: Shraddha Kapoor

20 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Actress Shraddha Kapoor feels times spent with grandparents are like 'treasures' in life. The 'ABCD 2' star lost her maternal grandfather Pandit Pandharinath Kolhapure recently.

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Political parties can't be under RTI Act: Centre tells SC

Political parties can't be under RTI Act: Centre tells SC

24 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Political parties should not be brought under the ambit of Right to Information (RTI) Act by terming them 'public authorities' as this would not only hamper their smooth working but help political rivals to file pleas with malicious intention to seek information, government told the Supreme Court today.

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Intel releases Stephen Hawking's speech software to <strong>public</strong> for free

Intel releases Stephen Hawking's speech software to public for free

20 Aug 2015

Washington: Stephen Hawking's speech system has been released by Intel to the public for free as an open source code. According to the reports, the company is hoping that developers will use it and expand its application to a wider range of disabilities.

Stephen Hawking,   Speech system,   Intel,   Open source code,   Developers ,  
PM Modi condoles loss of <strong>lives</strong> in Tianjin blasts

PM Modi condoles loss of lives in Tianjin blasts

14 Aug 2015

Beijing: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed sorrow over the death and destruction caused by twin explosions at a warehouse in China's port city of Tianjin and conveyed his condolences to the bereaved families.

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Why extra chance only to 2011 aspirants: Allahabad HC asks UPSC

Why extra chance only to 2011 aspirants: Allahabad HC asks UPSC

22 Aug 2015

Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court yesterday asked Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to file its reply on a petition challenging the 'extra chance' given this year to those civil services aspirants who could not appear in exams held in 2011 on account of the introduction of CSAT.

Aspirants of UPSC,   Allahabad HC,   UPSC,   Allahabad High Court,   Union Public Service Commission,   UPSC,   CSAT,   Latest States News,  

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