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Modi govt bars retired bureaucrats from writing booksRediff.com2 Jun 2021
The move comes ahead of two retired security experts planning to write a book against the government's Pakistan policy.
10 questions you always wanted to ask on the BudgetRediff.com2 Feb 2020
The Union Budget is not everyone's cup of tea. But here's how you can make it yours.
Chidambaram tells party: 'Let's get it over with!'Rediff.com21 Aug 2019
The Supreme Court's decision to take up the case on Friday without granting him any interim relief, put to rest all the strategies being worked upon.
Modi 2.0: Sushma out, Gadkari may get defenceRediff.com18 Apr 2019
There is buzz that the PM, confident of an election victory, will introduce 25 new ministers.
RBI to go after erring bank auditorsRediff.com30 Jun 2018
The RBI will take action against, apart from erring auditors, those responsible for wrong information in a bank's financial statements, incorrect certification given by auditors, wrong information given in the Long Form Audit Report, and any other violations of the RBI's rules and regulations on auditing.
Ravindra Dholakia, sole dissenting member on MPCRediff.com8 Jun 2017
Wednesday's was the first MPC meeting that had a dissent note.
277 newspapers to face govt action for embezzlementRediff.com9 Mar 2017
The information and broadcasting ministry has decided to lodge FIRs against the publications for producing "misleading" circulation data to fraudulently obtain its advertisements.
India has a major stake in Indo-Pacific region: Navy chiefRediff.com15 Feb 2017
Asserting that "maritime muscle flexing" by some countries and other factors have made the Indo-Pacific region "more contested and more volatile," naval chief Admiral Sunil Lanba on Tuesday said that the Indian Navy has its task cut out as it has been a major security provider in the region.
Bomb remark 'misunderstanding': Indian accused of threat in USRediff.com2 Feb 2017
When Vadodara businessman P Radhakrishnan was told he could not get his bag back when he was offloaded from a flight in the US, he asked the ticketing agent a question. The next thing he knew, he was under arrest, accused of 'terrorising.'
Budget wishlist: Auto sector seeks sops for scrapping old carsRediff.com27 Jan 2017
The Budget should overall seek to announce tax measures and policies which boost consumption in the economy and facilitate a low interest rate regime. This would certainly have a positive impact on the automobile industry.
Wishlist: Telcos seek tax rationalisation in BudgetRediff.com25 Jan 2017
Under the proposed GST regime, telcos will have significantly higher compliance costs due to multiple-state registrations.
Budget wishlist: Independent regulator a must for oil & gasRediff.com24 Jan 2017
The Union Budget has an opportunity to bring into practice the principles of maximum governance, minimum government and ease of doing business by objectively removing anomalies and dated government controls.
'Emerging-market equities will outperform those of US'Rediff.com19 Jan 2017
Equity returns may not be exceptional for the next two years, says Heather Brilliant, chief executive officer, Morningstar Australasia.
India's awesome record in Cuttack: 11 out of 15Rediff.com19 Jan 2017
India now are the only team to have chased 350-plus thrice and in each of them Kohli has been the backbone with centuries in each.
Baba Ramdev takes on Olympic medallist in dangalRediff.com19 Jan 2017
Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Wednesday showed his wrestling prowess as he defeated 2008 Beijing Olympic silver medalist Andrey Stadnik in a promotional bout of the 2017 Pro Wrestling League in New Delhi.
Finally, Tata rolls out Hexa, price starts at Rs 12 lakhRediff.com18 Jan 2017
The keenly-awaited Hexa is here, and sports many Tata firsts in its segment.
Rs 2000 notes recovered from terrorists in KashmirRediff.com22 Nov 2016
Blowing a hole into the Union government claims that terror funding had been badly hit by the demonetisation of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes, the new currency notes were recovered from the possession of the terrorists who were killed in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir.
Boost for Tatas as LIC assures no snap exit from group cosRediff.com8 Nov 2016
CNBC-TV18 News reports that it has been able to confirm that the insurance giant is firmly backing Tata Sons. There is thus no possibility that the insurer will exit the group.
The ministers who matter more to ModiRediff.com2 Nov 2016
Prime Minister Narendra Modi involves junior ministers in the decision-making process and holds a meeting of the Council of Ministers every last Saturday of the month, but there is a group of ministers that he reaches out to more often.
Tremendous improvement in Jaya's condition, may soon be dischargedRediff.com21 Oct 2016
The team of doctors treating the Tamil Nadu chief minister at Apollo expect her condition to improve further by Sunday and thereafter will discharge her.