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Nov 11, 2017
China faces historic battle against corruption, says official appointed by Xi Jinping to tackle graft chargesChina must win its battle against corruption or face being erased by history, its new top graft buster said in an editorial on Saturday
Nov 06, 2017
Nissan to resume production of vehicles for Japanese market at five of its domestic plantsNissan said it had corrected inconsistencies between plant operating manuals and plant activities in documents provided to the ministry.
Oct 12, 2017
Chinese president Xi Jinping begins final consultations ahead of party congressChinese president Xi Jinping began final consultations with top party leaders ahead of next week's key congress of the ruling Communist Party which is expected to further reinforce his powers on par with party founder Chairman Mao Zedong.
Oct 08, 2017
China's Communist Party punishes over 1.34 million officials under Xi Jinping's disciplinary watchdogOver a million grassroots-levels officials in China have been punished in the sweeping anti- corruption campaign launched by President Xi Jinping
Sep 13, 2017
Gurugram student murder: Safety officials who inspected Ryan school must be held responsibleOfficials and ministers who get to have a final say on how schools are run must be also held accountable for the Gurugram student murder
Sep 09, 2017
FSSAI to introduce technology-based system to ensure transparent food safety inspectionFSSAI to introduce a technology-based system to ensure that food safety inspection and sampling are conducted in a transparent and objective manner.
Jun 22, 2017
RBI to accept old notes from co-op banks: Why black money may be re-entering the systemWhy is the Nabard’s and the I-T department’s assessments about the money that entered the cooperative banks contradictory?
May 10, 2017
Govt tightens rules for NGOs: Home ministry asks non-profits to open bank accounts in core banking formatTightening the rules for NGOs, the Ministry of Home has asked as many as 5,845 organisations to open their accounts in banks having core banking facilities and furnish details for real-time access to security agencies in the case of any discrepancy.
Jan 12, 2017
Kiren Rijiju tells media "not to make an issue" of BSF jawan's video, sends dieticians to look into food qualityUnion Minister Kiren Rijiju on Wednesday told media "not to make an issue" of BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav's video adding that the government has sent teams of dieticians to all the posts along the country's borders manned by security forces to ascertain the quality of food served to the troops
Oct 20, 2016
Microsoft opens a center in Brazil for officials to inspect programming code to calm 'back door' fearMicrosoft Corp, still stung by accusations that it installed "back doors" for the U.S. government to access customers' communications, opened a center in Brazil on Wednesday where officials will be able to inspect its programming code.