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Jan 20, 2017
RBI tells parliamentary panel: Working on ways to reduce digital transaction costSources said members were told by RBI that a mechanism was being discussed with stakeholders, including banks and payment gateways, to bring down the cost of transactions in tandem with the government's initiative to promote digital payments
Jan 09, 2017
Demonetisation: Parliamentary committee to question RBI governor on cash crunchPatel, under fire from some politicians over shortages of replacement currency and restrictions on depositing old notes that have caused long queues at banks and ATMs, is already set to testify before another parliamentary committee.
Jan 16, 2014
Cabinet to consider incentivising raw sugar productionIndian mills traditionally produce white sugar but a global glut has made exports difficult. A rise in sugar refining capacity in Asia and Africa has now given an opportunity to export raws.<br /><br />
Dec 26, 2013
CCEA approves norms for sugar mills to get interest-free loansThe entire interest burden on a loan of about Rs 6,600 crore, estimated at Rs 2,750 crore over the next five years, will be borne by the government from the Sugar Development Fund (SDF).
Dec 11, 2013
Sugar mills likely to get Rs 7,200 cr bailout package from govtThomas said that it has been decided that loans worth Rs 7,200 crore would be provided by banks to the sugar industry exclusively for payment of sugarcane growers.
Dec 09, 2013
Govt imported over 8,000 tonnes of onions to combat inflation in Sept-Nov periodFood Minister K V Thomas said 8,041 tonnes of onion were imported during September 1 and November 13 from China, Egypt, Pakistan and Thailand.
Oct 25, 2013
Onion prices will come down in next 10 days, vows ThomasArray
Jul 16, 2013
Food security programme will benefit 72 lakh people in Delhi: Sheila DikshitAfter the meeting, Dikshit said a total of 72 lakh people will be covered under the scheme. The total population in Delhi has been estimated at 1.68 crore.
May 27, 2013
High subsidy burden due to Food Bill is exaggeration: Plan ComPlanning Commission Member Abhijit Sen today termed it exaggeration, the likely huge rise in government's subsidy burden on account of implementing the proposed National Food Security Bill, as suggested in some quarters.
Feb 19, 2013
Govt revises Food bill, sends to Law Ministry for vettingGovernment has revised the Food bill and now proposes to give legal right to over 5 kg of foodgrains at Rs 1-3 per kg per month to about 70 percent of the population.