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Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission

The Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission (FSLRC), constituted by the Ministry of Finance in March 2011, was asked to comprehensively review and redraw the legislations governing India’s financial system.  According to the FSLRC, the current regulatory architecture is fragmented and is fraught with regulatory gaps, overlaps, inconsistencies and arbitrage.  To

All India Radio News Listen to Spotlight on “Economic Status as criterion for reservation

All India Radio News Listen to Spotlight on “Economic Status as criterion for reservation” http://www.newsonair.com/main-audio-new-player.asp?id=17257 Samayiki: http://www.newsonair.com/main-audio-new-player.asp?id=17257 Please follow and like us:

Listen to Spotlight on “Extended session of parliament for passage of important legislations

Listen to Spotlight on “Extended session of parliament for passage of important legislations” : http://www.newsonair.com/main-audio-new-player.asp?id=17220 Samayiki: http://www.newsonair.com/main-audio-new-player.asp?id=17218 Please follow and like us:

Millennium Development Goals – India Country Report 2014

 Introduction Highlights Fighting Poverty And Hunger Achieving Universal Education Towards Gender Equality And Empowerment of Women Reducing Child Mortality Improving Maternal Health Fight Against Deadly Diseases Protecting The Environment Booming Sectors of Telecom And It Appendix 1: Mdg- Progress Achieved By India –summary Table Appendix 2: Methodology Note on Mdg

How Heroin Kills: What Might Have Happened to Philip Seymour Hoffman

When people hear the phrase “accidental drug overdose,” they naturally assume that someone mistakenly snorted, shot up, or swallowed too much. But a heroin overdose, such as the one likely suffered by the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman over the weekend, is not that simple. A heroin overdose happens because use

Poverty in India: Number of poor down to 27 cr in 2011-12, says govt

Some good news on poverty in India was revealed today by data. The number of poor in the country declined to 27 crore in 2011-12, from 40.74 crore in 2004-05, Minister of State for Planning and Parliamentary Affairs Rajeev Shukla said today. “The latest data of large sample survey on