Onion Prices Jump To Rs. 50-60 Per Kg; Set To Fall Soon, Assures Government

Onion Prices Jump To Rs. 50-60 Per Kg; Set To Fall Soon, Assures Government

Agriculture secretary S K Pattanayak said the onion prices will get corrected soon New Delhi: Retail onion price have risen to Rs. 50-60/kg in some parts of the country but the government said it is a “temporary phase” and the rates will cool...
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A year in office: Controversies galore, but Kerala government highlights fight against corruption

A year in office: Controversies galore, but Kerala government highlights fight against corruption

On Saturday, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said he wanted Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate the Kochi Metro Rail Service – a joint venture between the Central and state governments – on May 30. With this, he deftly avoided...
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Welsh Government business support changed after criticism

Welsh Government business support changed after criticism

A critical report by AMs into a £3m government investment in a Swansea company that went bust has prompted ministers to make changes to the way it supports companies. Steel-coating firm Kancoat was backed despite civil servants warning it had...
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All Government Schemes To Have Sunset Clause: Finance Ministry

All Government Schemes To Have Sunset Clause: Finance Ministry

New Delhi: All government schemes should have a sunset clause and must be co-terminus with the tenure of Finance Commission, which is constituted every five years, the Finance Ministry said on Monday. In a communication to various departments and ministries,.....
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Government Permits 12 PSU Banks To Raise Rs. 3,000 Crore From Market

Government Permits 12 PSU Banks To Raise Rs. 3,000 Crore From Market

New Delhi: In a bid to strengthen capital base of public sector banks (PSBs), the government has allowed 12 lenders to raise nearly Rs. 3,000 crore via preferential shares over and above the Rs. 22,915 crore capital support committed to...
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Banks Must Keep Deposits Record Of Scrapped, Valid Notes, Says Government

Banks Must Keep Deposits Record Of Scrapped, Valid Notes, Says Government

s New Delhi: To avoid any malpractices, the government has asked all public sector banks to strictly maintain a record of deposits made through both old Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 notes and other valid currencies. In a letter written to chief executive...
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