In a boost to the MSME sector, worst-affected by the coronavirus crisis, the Union Cabinet on Monday revised the definition of MSMEs and announced a distress fund for this sector.
Government directs ministries to aggressively pursue foreign companies for investment after recent reforms
The Cabinet Secretariat letter reviewed by Firstpost reveals that concerned departments have been told to identify sectors where foreign companies could be invited for fresh investments
Days after PK Mishra and PK Sinha were appointed as Narendra Modi's Principal Secretary and Principal Advisor respectively, the Prime Minister's Office has defined the work areas for the two officers.
Fight against corruption: CBIC gives marching orders to 22 senior tax officials facing graft charges
CBIC has compulsorily retired these officers of the rank of superintendent/AO under Fundamental Rule 56 (J) in public interest due to corruption and other charges.
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Cabinet Secretariat steps in as mounting litigation stalls Rs 1.5 lakh cr worth of infra projects, leading to delays, cost overruns
Among the ministries that have been asked to submit details, Ministry of Railways with over 66,000 pending cases contributes the highest number.
Centre owes Air India Rs 1146.86 crore for VVIP charter flights, according to RTI response; some bills pending for nearly 10 years
The government owes a cash-strapped Air India a total outstanding of Rs 1146.86 crore for VVIP charter flights, according to the latest response from the national carrier to an RTI application.
The proposal requires all central ministries to elicit public views on legislations they want to frame, an official said.