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Auditors will have moral challenges: Arun Maira

In the new Companies Act regime – with more stress on self-regulation by companies – corporate auditors may face CAG-like dilemma, says Arun Maira, member, Planning Commission of India. In an interaction with Sudipto Dey, the former India chairman of The Boston Consulting Group builds a case for reducing the number of regulations governing businesses –

India’s northeast to be linked to Trans-Asian Railway Network

[IE] Mountainous northeast India would be connected to the railway network of neighbouring Myanmar to link up with the ambitious 81,000 km-long Trans-Asian Railway Network (TARN), an official said.“To connect with the TARN, a 118-km railway track would be laid between (Manipur capital) Imphal and (border towns) Moreh and Tamu

UPSC Civil Service Prelims CSAT Paper 2 2013 Question paper Solved

Directions for the following 2 (two) items: Read the following passage and answer the two items that follow. Your answers to these items should be based on the passage only. Passage Ecological -research over the last quarter of the century has established the deleterious effects of habitat fragmentation due to

‘Egg vendor’ gives free coaching to civil services aspirants in Bihar

Manoj Kumar Roy, now an Indian Ordnance Factory Service officer, sold eggs, worked as a vegetable vendor and even mopped the floors of an office to earn a living during his struggling days. He sold eggs, worked as a vegetable vendor and even mopped the floors of an office to