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Govt transfers 10 Senior IAS officers PDF Print E-mail
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NEW DELHI: The government has transferred 10 IAS officers, including K P Krishnan, Additional Secretary in the Department of Economic Affairs.The Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) has approved transfer of Krishnan and nine other IAS officers along with an Indian Economic Services (IES) officer.
Centre to bring ordinance to re-auction coal blocks PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 04:19
New Delhi:The union cabinet Monday recommended for presidential assent to an ordinance that would allow re-auction of 214 coal blocks.This was done to resolve issues arising out of the Supreme Court cancelling allocations of those coal blocks last month.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said: "The cabinet has recommended promulgation of an ordinance to the president in order to resolve the pending issues arising out of a Supreme Court judgment quashing allocation of coal blocks."
Goa CM Parrikar accuses Bombay High Court of land-grabbing PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 October 2014 16:44
Panaji:  Chief minister Manohar Parrikar Monday attacked the judiciary, specifically the Bombay High Court bench in Goa, for land-related irregularities, even accusing the judiciary of grabbing government land.

Parrikar was speaking in the state legislative assembly during a discussion on the constitutional amendment pertaining to the Judicial Accountability Bill.
Munde's daughter win by 6.96 lacs votes in Beed Lok Sabha bypoll PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 October 2014 05:35
Mumbai: BJP candidate Pritam Munde, daughter of late union minister Gopinath Munde, notched a big win in Beed Lok Sabha constituency Sunday.

She polled a staggering 922,416 votes, trouncing her nearest Congress rival Ashok S. Patil by a margin of over 696,321 votes.While Patil trailed way behind with 226,095 votes, the third candidate - Independent Tejas A. Ghumare secured just 59,986 votes.
Gas price: ONGC to profit by over Rs.4000 crore, says chairman PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 October 2014 04:45
New Delhi:In a first reaction from the exploration industry to the new natural gas price announced Saturday, state-run oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) said the company stood to increase its profits annually by Rs.2,000 crore.

"Every $1 rise in gas price increases our revenues by Rs.4,000 crore and net profit by Rs.2,350 crore," ONGC chairman D.K. Sarraf told reporters here.

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