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7.22 lakh out of 22.05 crore applicants got govt jobs between 2014-22: Centre

Of over 22.05 crore applicants for central government jobs during 2014 and 2022, over 7.22 lakh were recommended by the recruiting agencies, the Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday. IMAGE: Workers......

Oppn corners govt on price rise, unemployment; says breaching states' rights

Opposition parties on Wednesday launched a blistering attack on the government in Rajya Sabha, alleging it has failed to control prices of essential commodities, provide jobs and meet its target of......

Election-Neutral Budget In High-Stakes Poll Season

While no specific state-oriented sops were rolled out, a strong thread of political wellness ran through the Budget. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/   The absence of an overt sales......

CJI hopes govt will soon clear names of HC judges recommended by Collegium

Chief Justice of India N V Ramana on Saturday pressed for early clearance of the names recommended by the collegium for appointment as judges in the higher judiciary, saying he is seeking the......

Explained: The Secrets of Mamata's Victory

The notion that the BJP gained its increased tally by wiping out the Left parties and the Congress is completely misleading.Equally misleading is the belief that the TMC held its ground in all its......

Budget: Govt lowers MGNREGA allocation by 25.51%

The Centre has allocated Rs 73,000 crore for the rural jobs guarantee programme MGNREGA for 2022-23 in the Union Budget presented on Tuesday. This is 25.51 per cent less than the revised estimate......

Budget Won't Ensure Economic Recovery

By any economic theory or doctrine, this is no Budget that supports economic recovery, whether through supporting aggregate demand, or through expansionary stimulus, declares Rathin Roy.......

Business can't alone build a country, Nirmalaji

Had Finance Minister Sitharaman thought a little more about the middle class, disadvantaged sections and the poor who are struggling, it would have been an inclusive Budget that would have made......

Budget: Despite talk of cutback, central schemes' outlay on rise

The number of centrally sponsored schemes have increased to 35 in FY22 from 30 in FY21 and central sector schemes have increased to 704 from 685 in the previous year, reports Dilasha Seth.......

States worry as Centre plans to trim schemes in Budget

'It is just an excuse to say that the Centre has run out of money.''Pruning these schemes would mean hard time for the people of India.'Dilasha Seth reports. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/

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