New Delhi, Nov 18
As on November 7, 2014 a total of 7.1 cr bank accounts have been opened of which 5.3 cr were accounts with ‘Zero balance’.
November 16, 2014
The Centre has adopted a pragmatic approach to cooking gas subsidies
November 13, 2014
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November 12, 2014
US universities under scrutiny »
November 7, 2014
They train to operate agro machinery and run farms with the discipline of a military
November 4, 2014
The use of common worldwide metrics to measure malnutrition has distorted the magnitude of the problem in India
November 2, 2014
A fancy diet chart?Actually, it attempts to statistically measure the prevalance of endemic under-nutrition in a country. What the Indian government terms ‘maln...
October 20, 2014
The trick is to reduce overheads by deriving maximum mileage from the business correspondent model »
New Delhi, November 20
Only one person per family to get life insurance benefit
Visakhapatnam, November 17
State secretariat member said land acquisition for project posed problems
November 14, 2014
It could take the form of undernutrition, hidden hunger and obesity. The human and economic costs are staggeringly high »
Mumbai, Nov 13
Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan today expressed reservation over the loan waiver scheme by various state governments and also suggested reasonable interest rate ceiling on loans from microfin...
November 11, 2014
Priority sector targets are met by means fair and foul. Competition in providing credit to the unbanked will work better
New Delhi, Nov 4
The Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday expressed confidence that increased Corporate CSR spend will have beneficial impact on the social sector in India.
November 3, 2014
Kerala’s kissing row is all about control
October 24, 2014
During Partition, women were seen as incapable of making their own decisions. Six decades later little has changed »
october 20, 1994
The Supreme Court has ruled that citizens have no fundamental right to carry on business in potable liquor and the State had the power to prohibit such trade. In a judgment, a five-judge Constitut...