NEWS Uttar Pradesh Govt. Transfers 29 Senior Police Officers
NEWS Cheque books of six SBI subsidiaries to be invalid soon
NEWS ONGC likely to relinquish CBM block in West Bengal
NEWS Banks told to scan a/cs of shell cos’ promoters, directors
NEWS ITDC jumps 14% as govt decides to exit three hotels
NEWS Government stake in NTPC drops to below 63%
NEWS Sensex, Nifty reverse gains as rupee sinks by 26 paise
NEWS Rupee drops by 26 paise to 64.53 against US dollar
NEWS 12 out of 15 Meghalaya Govt PSUs incur nearly Rs 400 cr loss

Daily Archives: August 19, 2017

CBI files case against IRS officer

The CBI has registered a case against former additional commissioner of Income Tax R Manjunathaswamy, for allegedly accepting a Rs 4-lakh bribe from a private company to favor it during scrutiny assessments. The Bureau booked the IRS officer and the vice-president of Bangalore-based RNS Infrastructure Ltd Sunil Sahasrabuddhe for criminal…

Four JS appointed as Govt nominee directors on PSBs

The government has replaced its nominee directors in four public sector banks (PSBs) – Allahabad Bank, Punjab and Sind Bank, United Bank of India and Central Bank of India – with four Joint Secretary-level officials. Rajeev Ranjan, Joint Secretary in the Department of Expenditure, is appointed on Allahabad Bank board…

AAI funds land aquisition study

The Airport Authority of India (AAI) has assigned a research study to Ahmedabad-based CEPT University too make the land acquisition process for greenfield and brownfield airports hassle-free and effective. The study’s recommendation may be used for formulating a policy framework for land procurement for new airports and expansion of existing…

SAIL chairman calls for producing multiple grades of steel

SAIL Chairman P K Singh has called for producing multiple grades of steel to cope with the glut in supply. Speaking to employees at SAIL’s Rourkela Steel Plant, he said, “At a time of high overcapacities across the world, product differentiation is the requirement of the hour and we have…

Hefty penalties for call drops introduced

Telecom operators will have to pay hefty penalties for call drops. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on August 18 issued guidelines with a penalty of up to Rs10 lakh on companies in case they fail to meet the revised benchmark for three consecutive quarters. “We have proposed a…

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