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Govt gets 5.59 lakh public grievances so far this yr

The Centre received 5.59 lakh public grievances against various government departments in the first half of this year, with the Department of Financial Services (DFS) getting most of such......

Govt seeks to 'bust myths' about Agnipath scheme amid protests

As violent protests against the new recruitment scheme Agnipath raged across several states, the government on Thursday issued a clarification, asserting that not only the new model will bring in......

'India among top countries in illegal wildlife trade'

'With just 2.4 per cent of global landmass, India houses six to eight per cent of planetary biodiversity and hence is a prime target of wildlife criminals.' IMAGE: A chimpanzee rescued from......

South Africa's Gupta brothers arrested in Dubai

Indian-origin fugitive businessmen Rajesh and Atul Gupta, who were among South Africa's most wanted suspects in a corruption case that led to the removal of president Jacob Zuma from office, have......

EC begins clean-up drive against 2100 registered unrecognised parties

Tightening the noose around unrecognised registered political parties for flouting rules, including those related to filing of contribution reports and indulging in "serious" financial impropriety,......

Microsoft gives ONDC its first Big Tech push

Microsoft has become the first global Big Tech company to join the Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC), an Indian government initiative for developing a first-of-its-kind open network for......

Trade settlement in rupee: Fearing sanctions by West, banks seek clarity

Banks have raised concerns over the new international trade settlement in rupee, fearing that facilitation of such a mechanism could result in them facing the ire of economic sanctions by the West,......

Aviation majors in fray to operate copter taxis in Uttar Pradesh

After launching expressway projects worth almost Rs 1 trillion, the Uttar Pradesh government is now betting big on the aviation sector to propel the state’s economic growth. IMAGE: BLADE......

Will Govt Cut PSBs Loose?

Merely bringing down the government stake below 51% may not find any taker for the PSBs.The government must bring down its holding to at least 26%, recommends Tamal Bandyopadhyay. Illustration:......

SpiceJet told to operate only half its flights for 8 weeks

In an unprecedented action, Indian aviation regulator DGCA has directed low-cost airline Spicejet to operate only 50 per cent of its flights for eight weeks. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters This......

I-Day celebrations: Govt wants BCCI to host India vs World XI match

IMAGE: The Ministry of Culture, which sent the proposal, is in talks with BCCI officials to try and rope in top Indian players as well as popular cricketers from abroad to play the match as part......

Veterans, cubs in the mix as Ranji Trophy returns after two years

IMAGE: Nine bio-bubbles have been created across nine venues in the country and the players had to quarantine for five days, leaving them only two days of training for the first round beginning on......

Learnt a lot: Jugraj Singh on his India debut

Photograph: Kind Courtesy Hockey India/Twitter In the limelight for his sensational hat-trick against South Africa, young drag-flicker Jugraj Singh says his India debut at the FIH Hockey Pro......

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