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A bureaucrat for 'the little guy'

Rahul Khullar's guiding credo was that a civil servant must never lose sight of his client: The little guy. The evil men are those who are decision-makers but abdicate their responsibility of......

Modi's big opportunity in Bihar

Over the next five years, it will be Narendra not Nitish who will be under pressure to deliver vikas and atmanirbharta in Bihar, notes Kanika Datta. IMAGE: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar with......

Oppn grills govt over PM CARES Fund, questions its transparency

Members of opposition parties like the Congress, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and the Trinamool Congress on Saturday opposed in Lok Sabha the setting up of the PM CARES Fund, alleging that it......

The judges who decided decades-old Ayodhya matter

As CJI, Justice Gogoi's name etched in history Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who will demit office as the Chief Justice of India in a week's time, has etched his name in the annals of history by giving......

Why CBI does a good job when there is no political overtone, asks CJI

Observing that the possibility of the Central Bureua of Investigation being used as a "political instrument" remains ever present, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi posed a question on Tuesday......

Questions to ask about the Bad Bank

Why do we need a bad bank, owned by the banks themselves when there are at least 28 ARCs around, asks Tamal Bandyopadhyay. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   The headache over recovery of......

The financial world is a dangerous place

Banks can collapse, markets can be rigged, investment instruments can become worthless overnight, auditors can fail to blow the whistle, board directors can be asleep, and regulators can be......

Yes Bank: 'People will lose confidence in the system'

'RBI was focusing on public sector banks perhaps thinking that private sector banks are managed efficiently while PSU banks are not.''Now, RBI has to focus on private sector banks too.' IMAGE: Yes......

Budget 2020: Tax changes for charitable trusts likely

The new provision under the Income-Tax Act may enable the authorities to seize trustees’ personal assets if there’s a breach of objectives governing registered charitable trusts. The......

Companies with worst corporate governance scores

Recently listed companies scored 54, compared to 58 for the BSE100 firms and 61 for entities in the Sensex pack. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Companies that have recently come out with......

Subhash Ghai's Whistling Woods to down shutters?

In the next few weeks, the Bombay High Court will hear Whistling Wood's petition to review its 2011 directive to vacate the land it occupies in Film City, Mumbai.Ketan Rana's first film, Dekh Le, a......

Limaye should represent BCCI in ICC meetings: Bindra

'I would be happy to offer them any advise -- of course only if asked -- so the vultures that are waiting on the sides cannot yet again hijack the game we all love so much!' Hailing the Supreme......

Supreme Court pulls up BCCI over reluctance to accept Lodha panel recommendations

The Supreme Court on Thursday pulled up the Board of Control for Cricket in India for its reluctance to comply with the recommendations of the Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha panel, including the one to......

Cautious BCCI to summon SGM to discuss Lodha Panel Recommendations

IMAGE: BCCI president Shashank Manohar. Photograph: PTI   Shaken by Justice RM Lodha committee's recommended reforms of its governance structure, the Board of Control for Cricket in India......

Lodha panel suggests bar on ministers in BCCI, legalising betting

- 'One association of each state will be full member and have right to vote.' - 'As far as Betting alone is concerned, many of the respondents before the Committee were of the view that it would......
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Irdai paves the way for insurance money into startups

Mumbai: India's insurance regulator has eased the rules for local insurers investing in domestic fund of funds (FoF), including in those which back... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/startups/irdai-paves-the-way-for-insurance-money-into-startups/articleshow/81992542.cms
Wood

“I have been heavily overweight India in my Asian portfolio but I have reduced the overweight in my greed and fear report. It is a growing... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/stocks/news/covid-and-rising-oil-prices-big-negative-headwinds-for-india-chris-wood/articleshow/81912313.cms
Franklin Templeton's captains jumped a sinking ship. End of the world?

It is back. The Franklin Templeton (FT) saga is making news once again. And this time the senior members of the cast are in action. Vivek Kudva and... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/prime/money-and-markets/franklin-templeton-sagas-insider-trading-prequel-is-now-showing-is-this-the-climax-for-the-amc/articleshow/81374050.cms
A bureaucrat for 'the little guy'

Rahul Khullar's guiding credo was that a civil servant must never lose sight of his client: The little guy. The evil men are those who are... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/special/rahul-khullar-a-bureaucrat-for-the-little-guy/20210306.htm
Questions to ask about the Bad Bank

Why do we need a bad bank, owned by the banks themselves when there are at least 28 ARCs around, asks Tamal Bandyopadhyay. Illustration: Uttam... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/column/tamal-badyopadhyay-questions-to-ask-about-the-bad-bank/20210303.htm

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