Maharashtra's Jalyukt Shivar scheme had little impact on increasing groundwater levels, finds CAG study
A sum of Rs 9633.75 crore was spent on the scheme, a flagship programme of the Devendra Fadnavis government (2014- 19) that sought to make Maharashtra a drought-free state
Rahul Gandhi attacks govt over Rafale deal; BJP hits back, says Congress leader welcome to fight 2024 election on it
Rahul Gandhi claimed 'money was stolen from the Indian exchequer in Rafale' and also quoted Mahatma Gandhi
Murmu served as the first Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir after it was made a Union tTerritory last year
CAG, in its application, has sought modification of the 18 July, 2016 order by which the apex court had accepted the recommendations of Justice RM Lodha committee
DRDO Decay Part 2: Rechristened with fancy names, drone projects drain exchequer; paltry inventory hardly enthuses forces
There are many other examples which the audit believes has been no less than huge disappointment for the user agencies as well as research and development scenarios in the country.
Govt must come clean on real fiscal deficit in Union Budget, worst may be over for FMCG sector; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro
The FMCG sector had a tough time in financial year 2020, as sales growth slid every quarter.
CAG nominee on BCCI Apex Council Alka Rehani Bhardwaj wants early meeting to discuss conflict of interest complaints
Alka Rehani Bhardwaj, the CAG nominee to the BCCI Apex Council, has called for a meeting of the powerful body at the earliest to "discuss" multiple conflict of interest complaints filed by MPCA life member Sanjeev Gupta.
ED questions P Chidambaram in UPA-era scam involving purchase of aircraft for Air India, irregularities in fixing air slots
Former Union finance minister P Chidambaram was on Friday questioned by the Enforcement Directorate for about six hours in connection with a money-laundering probe into an alleged aviation scam said to have occurred during the UPA dispensation, officials said
Bankers’ 3Cs phobia: More persons should be brought on board loan panels to make lending a responsible task
Banks must involve the officials involved in the loan sanctioning process in the recovery or collection process as well..
Daily Bulletin: All four accused in Hyderabad rape, murder case killed in police encounter; Ajit Pawar gets clean chit in Vidarbha irrigation probe; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: All four accused in Hyderabad rape and murder case killed in police encounter; Narendra Modi, Amit Shah to attend top police officials' conference in Pune today; and more
NCP leader Ajit Pawar gets clean chit from Maharashtra's Anti-Corruption Bureau in multi-crore Vidarbha irrigation scam
Maharashtra's anti-corruption bureau (ACB) has cleared National Conference Party's leader Ajit Pawar of allegations in an irrigation scam case in an affidavit submitted in the court
Gauhati University offered 21 unapproved courses, finds CAG; retired HC judge, internal 7-member panel to independently probe charges
The CAG said that the matter was reported to the government in August 2018, but the state government is yet to respond to it.
'Akash missile system can't be trusted during war': Degraded by govt defence agencies, loopholes in strategic weapon system threaten national security
A Firstpost investigation revealed that the incidents were followed by other squadrons reporting frequent unserviceability of mobile surface-to-air Akash Missile system and long duration downtime, which means that the missiles are dysfunctional and may not be cocked and loaded against enemy in contingency.
48 hours after Ajit Pawar ties up with BJP, nine cases in irrigation scam closed by Anti-Corruption Bureau
Forty-eight hours after NCP leader Ajit Pawar tied up with the Bharatiya Janata Party in Maharashtra, the state Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has closed nine cases in the 70,000-crore irrigation scam.
Maharashtra irrigation scam inquiry shut 48 hours after Ajit Pawar allies with BJP: All you need to know about case
Here is all you need to know about the infamous Maharashtra irrigation scam, in which NCP leader Ajit Pawar was allegedly involved.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday asked auditor CAG to develop technical tools to check fraud in government departments and play a role in making India a $5 trillion economy
Telecom firm auditors should have insisted on making provisions for AGR instead of taking ostrich-like approach
The telecom industry, which was peeved with the one-time license fee regime that ruled the roost till 1999, is not satisfied with the strict implementation of the revenue sharing regime either
AGR debate: Did telcos keep shareholders in dark about potential impact on their finances and fail to make provisions?
Even when telcos stopped paying their share under the AGR and litigation began, the industry’s gross revenue was growing rapidly between 2004 and 2015
AGR debate: Jio questions COAI letter to govt seeking relaxation for Airtel, Vodafone; says SC ruling must be implemented in entirety
In a letter dated 30 October, Jio expressed displeasure over the contents of the letter and the hasty manner in which it was sent to the government by the COAI.
Sunil Bharti Mittal knocks on govt doors to tackle statutory dues not fully provisioned for; telecom operators look for waiver of penalties, interest
Sources said Mittal first met Prasad and then Telecom Secretary Anshu Prakash, apparently over the liability that arises from the Supreme Court upholding government's view