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Padma Awards 2017 Ordinary Indians with Extraordinary Capabilities

Karimul Haque and Nivedita Bhide have nothing in common. Neither education, family background, resources at disposal nor even geographical location, but one thing that both have common is their willingness to serve....

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Budget: Low on Hype; High on Substance

Finance Minister Mr Arun Jaitley, in his Budget for 2017-18, has put the money where the mouth is. Among different descriptions about the Rs 21.46 lakh crore Budget, the most apt came from a top global banker who said it was a piece of workmanship and business-like. ...

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Steel Industry: Unshackling the Barriers to Growth

To sum up, behind the success of all the initiatives, strategies, decisions and proposals of Ministry of Steel, one major contributing factor has been the continuous support from the partner Ministries. So these bonds of steel are underlying all Inter-Ministerial deliberations and outcomes. Let me go one step further and assert that Minis...

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Udyog Aadhaar: Govt’s treat for small & medium businesses

MSMEs, you are the power house of the India’s economy. Feel proud of it. The government recognizes your importance and hence, promotes you, provides you enormous benefits. Udyog Aadhaar is a valuable present that the government has provided for small and medium businesses....

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MEA enquire missions to promote Ayush, Ayurveda: V.K. Singh

On part of Ministry of External affairs (MEA), we have asked all our chairs and missions to promote Ayush and Ayurveda because 25 missions have got Ayush facilitation centers and these are being managed in a manner in which we would like them to become much greater facilitation center then what they are today...

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Startup India Initiative

The Government of India announced Startup India Action plan, in order to build a strong eco-system for nurturing innovation and to provide bank finance for the startup, that results in sustainable economic growth and generate large scale employment opportunities....

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Social Security Agreement signed between India-Japan

Foreign assignments involving mobility of international workers has always been entangled in the complexities of two legislations. To ease out the hindrances and protect the interest of cross border workers of India and Japan, India has signed social security agreement (SSA) with Japan w.e.f. Oct 1, 2016....

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Analysis of Stewardship Code for Insurers in India

IRDA in its exposure draft has defined 7 Principles of Stewardship which an insurance company as an institutional investor will be required to adopt. Intention of Stewardship Code is to strengthen role of insurers as stewards on behalf of policyholders....

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A traditional perspective: Why Indians work long hours?

It was found that Indians work for 8.1 hours every day, more than the average figure for the entire developed world and individual countries like the UK, Australia, France, Italy and Germany....

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Limited Insolvency Examination under IBBI Regulations

The IBBI (Insolvency Professionals) Regulations, 2016 allow chartered accountants, company secretaries, cost accountants and Advocates with 10 years’of post-membership experience (practice or employment) or Graduates with 15 years’of post qualification managerial experience to be registered as IPs on passing the Limited Insolvency Exa...

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