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UPSC row Will Hindi-heartland politics now let students set question papers?

Aug 06, 2014

UPSC row Will Hindi-heartland politics now let students set question papers?

Without entering into a serious dialogue with other stakeholders such as political parties from non-Hindi states, when the government said the marks for English will not be graded, what it has done was effectively diluting the autonomy of a constitutional institution such as the UPSC. #WhatNext #PSU #Modi government #CSAT #UPSC row #Hindi belt
Jaitley to meet heads of PSU banks on Thursday

Jul 28, 2014

Jaitley to meet heads of PSU banks on Thursday

Although the main agenda for the meeting is the financial inclusion, other issues like lowering of interest rate, bad loans, credit to farm sector and financial performance may come up for the meeting, sources said. #Economy #ThisisNext #Arun Jaitley #PSU banks #department of financial services #RuPay Debit card #Accident insurance cover
Budget 2014's message is India is ready to grow, says Jaitley

Jul 11, 2014

Budget 2014's message is India is ready to grow, says Jaitley

In his interview, the finance minister said he was confident that his government will be able to stick to the 4.1 percent fiscal deficit target even though rating agencies have voiced skepticism about the Budget estimates. #GDP #UPA #Banks #Narendra Modi #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #Subsidies #GST #PSU #DTC #Budget2014
Budget 2014 Is it the beginning of de-Nehru-fication of government?

Jul 10, 2014

Budget 2014 Is it the beginning of de-Nehru-fication of government?

Arun Jaitley's budget looks set to start the process of the de-Nehru-fication of government schemes. Thus new schemes will be named after BJP and non-Congress icons - Sardar Patel, Madan Mohan Malaviya. #Economy #GDP #BJP #Narendra Modi #Agriculture #Arun Jaitley #farmer #Growth #Nehru #PSU #Budget2014 #vallabhai patel #madan mohan malviya
After milking Coal India, will FM turn to other cash-rich PSUs too?

Jan 16, 2014

After milking Coal India, will FM turn to other cash-rich PSUs too?

Cash-rich Coal India has decided to pay a hefty interim dividend of Rs 29 a share, equivalent to Rs 18,317 crore, a move that is likely to help the government more than retail investors. #P. Chidambaram #finance ministry #coal india #Dividend #PSU #CIL dividend