Trade unions` strike hits normal life across India

The nationwide bandh called by 10 trade unions to protest against changes in labour laws and privatisation of PSUs has badly affected normal life across India.

Govt ropes in PSUs for air monitoring stations in 12 cities

The Union Environment Ministry has roped in PSUs like NTPC, Coal India and NMDC to fund the setting up of over 60 Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Stations across 12 cities by this year-end.

Uma Bharti invites PSUS to join Clean Ganga Mission

Union Minister of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Uma Bharti has called upon Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) to come forward to join the government's Clean Ganga Mission.

Uma Bharti urges PSUs to join Clean Ganga mission

Minister of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Uma Bharti Saturday urged public sector undertakings to join the clean Ganga mission of the government.

New guidelines for PSUs on CSR this week: Govt

Government will release a new set of guidelines for public sector undertakings this week on corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities.

Steel, mining PSUs donate Rs 15 crore towards J&K relief work

Public sector undertakings under the Ministry of Steel and Mines have donated Rs 15 crore to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF) for rescue and relief operations in flood-ravaged Jammu & Kashmir.

Close 33 non-working PSUs: CAG tells Bihar

The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has recommended 33 non-working public sector units (PSUs) in Bihar be closed down in view of their increasing liability on the state government.

Toilets for women: Govt to rope in PSUs

As part of efforts to ensure safety of women, public sector units (PSUs) are being roped in to build toilets, a priority area for NDA government, Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi has said.

CBI finds criminality in LTC scam; FIR soon

CBI has found prima facie "criminality" in an alleged cheating case involving senior officials of Rajya Sabha Secretariat and some PSUs in claiming Leave Travel Concessions.

CBI to probe fake LTC claims racket involving govt, PSUs

A widespread racket in fake LTC claims allegedly made by central government and public sector employees for travel on state-run Air India is being probed by CBI.

Govt seeks nominations for vigilance officers in PSUs

The Centre has sought nominations for vigilance officers in Central Government run Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs).

68 to get PM`s Shram Awards

68 workers employed in PSUs as well as in private sector units have been nominated for the `Prime Minister’s Shram Awards` for 2011.

How to gauge corporate governance?

Thus, while it is believed that higher independent board composition is a sound corporate governance practice, it is of little help due to its contradictory results. That's because the independent directors (though independent) are mere puppets of the top management and cannot influence the ultimate decision making.

JKNPP demands abolition of Upper House in J&K

The Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) on Monday called for abolishing the Legislative Council in the state.

Implement minorities` sub-quota: Govt to PSUs

The government today directed the
PSUs to ensure that its decision to carve out 4.5 per cent
sub-quota for minorities out of 27 per cent for OBCs, is
implemented in all recruitments from January 1, this year.

Antony for PSUs to invest more time, money in R&D

India is looking to spend over USD 100 billion on defence
procurements in next five to ten years.

J&K govt employees begin 2-day strike

There are over 4.5 lakh government employees apart from employees of various corporations, PSUs and autonomous bodies in Jammu and Kashmir.

Retail investor still waiting for bigger PSU share

Corporate India has done better in offering a higher share to retail investor.

Retail investor still waiting for bigger PSU share

Corporate India has done better in offering a higher share to retail investor.

PSUs get free hand in pursuing cases against govt

The Supreme Court has given state-run enterprises a free hand to pursue litigation against the government without taking approval from a Committee on Disputes.