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Daily Archives: August 5, 2017

Dr Rajiv Kumar will replace Panagaria in Niti Aayog

  Renowned economist Dr Rajiv Kumar has been named as successor to the outgoing Vice Chairman of Arvind Panagaria. Dr Rajiv will take over on 31st August; the day Panagariya would demit office. Dr Vinod Paul, Pediatrician , AIIMS, will be the new Member of Niti Aayog. Dr Rajiv Kumar…

Suspended IAS officer Singhvi reinstated

Vasundhara Raje government on Friday reinstated the suspended 1983 batch IAS officer Ashok Singhvi. Singhvi was suspended on 17 September 2015 for almost two years. Having reinstated Singhvi’s career has got a fresh lease of life until retirement on 30 Sept 2018. He is likely to be given a posting…

DIPAM’s initiative ‘Bharat 22 ETF’ to be launched

The government on June 4 announced the creation of Bharat-22 ETF. It may have a diversified portfolio of 22 companies consisting of Central Public Sector Enterprise (CPSE), Public Sector Banks (PSBs) and will also have some strategic holding in the Specified Undertaking of the Unit Trust of India (SUUTI), Finance Minister Arun…

IOC to acquire 50% stake in GSPL LNG; a JV of Adani’s AEL & Gujarat’s GSPC

  The IndianOil board has given its approval in principle for acquiring up to 50 percent equity in GSPL LNG Ltd, which is setting up a 5-MMTPA LNG terminal at Mundra port in Gujarat. This may be done by way of fresh equity that will be issued by the joint…

India moves closer to setting up its own GPS

India moved a step closer on June 4 to set up its own GPS system that may take its armed forces and entire economic enterprises into a new trajectory of growth. This became possible with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) signing a pact with the New Delhi-based National Physical Laboratory (NPL)…

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