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Niti aayog governing council meeting: India's GDP to hit Rs 469L cr by 2031-32, says Panagariya - The Indian Express (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
The Indian Express Niti aayog governing council meeting: India's GDP to hit Rs 469L cr by 2031-32, says Panagariya The Indian Express Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya (left) and CEO Amitabh Kant in New Delhi on Sunday. PTI photo. The Indian economy is expected to witness an over three-fold expansion by 2031-32 growing to Rs 469 lakh crore, considering an average growth ... Economy to grow over 3-fold to $7.25 trillion by 2030: Arvind PanagariyaEconomic Times NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya Presents 3-Year Action PlanNDTV Niti Aayog projects growth at an average of 8% in 15 yearsHindustan Times The Hindu -Livemint -Hindu Business Line -Odisha Diary all 140 news articles »
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US accuses Infosys and TCS of cheating in H-1B lottery to unfairly corner lion's share of visas - Economic Times (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
Economic Times US accuses Infosys and TCS of cheating in H-1B lottery to unfairly corner lion's share of visas Economic Times WASHINGTON: The US has accused top Indian IT firms TCS and Infosys of unfairly cornering the lion's share of H-1B visas by putting extra tickets in the lottery system, which the Trump administration wants to replace with a more merit-based immigration ... Trump administration accuses TCS, Infosys of violating H-1B visa normsThe Indian Express Indian techies, IT firms fret as Trump orders US visa reviewDeccan Chronicle TCS, Cognizant and Infosys misuse lottery system to generate maximum H-1B visas: US officialScroll.in The Hans India all 16 news articles »
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Arun Jaitley flags H-1B visa concerns with US Treasury Secretary - Times of India (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
NDTV Arun Jaitley flags H-1B visa concerns with US Treasury Secretary Times of India WASHINGTON: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has raised the issue of tightening of the H-1B visa regime with his US counterpart Steven Mnuchin during their first meeting and highlighted the contribution of Indian companies and professionals to the ... Arun Jaitley in US: Rise in protectionism will hurt global economyLivemint India's growth to accelerate further due to GST: Arun JaitleyEconomic Times Jaitley Takes Up H-1B Visa Concerns With US Treasury SecretaryNDTV Zee News all 102 news articles »
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Does service charge reach staff? Ram Vilas Paswan asks hotels - Times of India (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
Times of India Does service charge reach staff? Ram Vilas Paswan asks hotels Times of India NEW DELHI: Maintaining that service charge is voluntary, Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Sunday said even if a customer pays it willingly, hotels should make public how much of the amount actually reaches to the staff. Last week, the ... Service Charge Not Necessary But No Need For Law Against It, Says PaswanNDTV Centre not planning a separate law on service charge, says Ram Vilas PaswanEconomic Times Disclose how revenue earned from service charge was used: Paswan to hotelsBusiness Standard Deccan Herald all 72 news articles »
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'Bad banks welcome, but where's the capital?' - The Hindu (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
The Hindu 'Bad banks welcome, but where's the capital?' The Hindu The economic survey of 2016-17 advocated a centralised Public Sector Asset Rehabilitation Agency be established to deal with the bad loans problem. Manojit Saha. Mumbai April 23, 2017 20:47 IST. Updated: April 23, 2017 20:47 IST. more-in ... Launching a new class of banks won't helpHindu Business Line all 4 news articles »
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Statsguru: A new fiscal regime - Business Standard (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
Business Standard Statsguru: A new fiscal regime Business Standard Towards the end of the 1990s, there was a steady build-up in general government (Centre and states) debt in India. But, as seen in Chart 1, this upward trend reversed in the middle of the previous decade, with the government adopting the Fiscal ... The Hindu Explains: Disciplining Government DebtThe Hindu all 2 news articles »
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Aadhaar detail leak in Jharkhand a sign of India's deep cyber security flaws: Experts - Hindustan Times (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
Hindustan Times Aadhaar detail leak in Jharkhand a sign of India's deep cyber security flaws: Experts Hindustan Times A visitor gives a thumb impression to withdraw money from his bank account with his Aadhaar or Unique Identification (UID) card during a Digi Dhan Mela, held to promote digital payment.(AFP Photo). The leak of confidential information of more than a ... Aadhaar data leak in Jharkhand raises doubts, again: Here are the detailsBusiness Standard Aadhaar data breach: Personal data of over 1 million pensioners available on govt websiteDaily News & Analysis Glitch on Jharkhand govt website, Aadhaar numbers of over 10 lakh revealedDeccan Chronicle Financial Express all 18 news articles »
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Ikea to double India sourcing by 2020 - Economic Times (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
Economic Times Ikea to double India sourcing by 2020 Economic Times ALMHULT, SWEDEN: The world's largest furniture retailer Ikea said it would double its sourcing from India by 2020, demonstrating the Swedish company's commitment to comply with the 30% local purchase norms as it makes its commercial debut in the ... Ikea plans to double product sourcing from India by 2020Livemint all 2 news articles »
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India Post releases coffee scented stamps - Times of India (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
Times of India India Post releases coffee scented stamps Times of India NEW DELHI: Any coffee connoisseur will agree that what makes a cup of the dark, rich brew truly great is its aroma. Now, coffee-lovers will be able to enjoy the heady aroma while going through their mail, thanks to the newly launched coffee scented ... A postage stamp dedicated to coffeeThe Hindu all 7 news articles »
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High speed rail link by 2023 to cut journey time to 30 minutes at 100 km/h between Kashmere Gate and Gurgaon - Economic Times (Sun, 23 Apr 2017)
Economic Times High speed rail link by 2023 to cut journey time to 30 minutes at 100 km/h between Kashmere Gate and Gurgaon Economic Times NEW DELHI: A new high-speed railway link expected to be operational by 2023 will cut the journey time from Kashmere Gate in old Delhi to Gurgaon's Cyber City to roughly 30 minutes from the nearly 90 minutes or more that it takes now. The Rapid Rail ... and more »
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