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More BSF men to be deployed on border after Pathankot attack

More BSF men to be deployed on border after Pathankot attack

In the wake of the recent Pathankot airbase attack, the Border Security Force (BSF) on Wednesday announced that they will deploy at least 2,000 additional security personnel along Punjab and Jammu borders.

If law permits, I will feel proud to shoot rapists: BS Bassi

If law permits, I will feel proud to shoot rapists: BS Bassi

Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Monday said that women safety is a key concern for Delhi Police and extra security personnel have been deployed in this regard.

GST deadline: Early winter session holds key for states' nod

It appears to be a race against time as the government mulls convening an early Winter Session of Parliament to ensure rollout of the ambitious nationwide indirect tax regime GST by April next.

Centre allocates Rs 5,000 crore for AYUSH development

The Centre has allocated Rs. 5,000 crore for the growth of Department of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy) and has launched an independent National AYUSH Mission, which aims at capacity building for the sector. 

Centre targets acetone imports with anti-dumping duty

The Finance Ministry imposed the duty on Acetone imports based on recommendations of the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping Duty (DGAD) for five years.

Centre against low GST threshold; wants a fresh look

The Centre is against keeping the threshold limit at Rs 10 lakh for levying GST and wants the committee on dual control to take a final view on the matter after detailed discussions.

Air India to get Rs 6000 cr capital infusion from Centre this fiscal

National carrier Air India, which is sitting on a huge debt pile, is surviving on the Rs 30,000-crore government bailout package announced by the Government earlier.

Black money study reports yet to be accepted: Finance Ministry

The Finance Ministry is yet to accept two of the three reports submitted to it on the assessment of black money in India and abroad which were commissioned by the UPA government three years ago.

Black Money Case: Can't disclose names of account holders, Centre tells SC

The Centre on Friday filed an application in the Supreme Court, saying it cannot disclose details of foreign accounts held by Indians in countries which are governed by bilateral double taxation avoidance treaties.

Prepare plan for managing deallocated mines: Centre to CIL

The Centre has asked state-owned Coal India to prepare a comprehensive plan for managing the mines that were deallocated by the Apex court.

HC notice to Centre on RIL's plea seeking dismissal of ONGC petition on gas exploitation

RIL in its plea has said that the matter was a contractual dispute between the parties and the only issue, of appointment of an independent third party, has been settled amicably, thus ONGC's petition be dismissed.

Centre govt must enforce power grid discipline: Assocham

It suggested that aerial patrolling of transmission lines both at the national and state levels should become priorities.

Goa govt demands arrears from Centre

The Goa government has urged the Centre to give the state its share of pending dues since 2011, which amounts to around Rs 300 crore.

Strong govt at Centre boosts consumer confidence: Survey

The decisive and pro-reform new government has helped in improving confidence of consumers who are now willing to spend in the coming months, says a survey.

Centre asks Nagaland govt to stop NSCN-IM levying `tax`

The Centre has asked the Nagaland government to stop NSCN-IM from levying "tax" on common people.

J&K to seek Centre assistance for quake-hit areas

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday said it would ask the Centre for a rehabilitation package for the quake affected areas.

‘Centre should have flexible stand over Lokpal’

The government should show some flexibility over the formulation of an effective anti-graft legislation.