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India's business leaders must build the workforce of the future, now 

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is making champs and failures at both a hierarchical and individual level. Such seismic movements will influence a few divisions of the… 163 more words

Excise duty on petrol, diesel cut by Rs 2/L; Govt may suffer Rs 26k-cr loss

This comes at a time when diesel in Delhi scaled an all-time high of Rs 59.14 per litre

Today’s Paper : Facing public resentment over the recent spike in fuel prices, the government on Tuesday cut the excise duty on both branded and unbranded petrol and diesel by Rs 2 a litre from Wednesday. 232 more words

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Yashwant Sinha versus his son Jayant Sinha, as an exercise in English grammar

Former finance minister and superannuated BJP marg darshak Yashwant Sinha tore into the Narendra Modi government’s handling of the economy on the pages of the… 260 more words


Had I been an applicant, Jaitley would not have the job says Yashwant Sinha

There seems to be no end to the war of words between the current and the former finance ministers of India. After Arun Jaitley hit back at Yashwant Sinha stating that he was a job applicant at 80, here is what the former finance minister had to say.

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Finance Minister reviews capital expenditure programme and status of dividend distribution of central public sector undertakings and authorities 

FM: “Capital expenditure programme for the current year completely on track for achieving the capital expenditure of Rs. 3.85 lac crore budgeted in 2017-18.” 

The Union Finance Minister Sh Arun Jaitley today reviewed capital expenditure programme and status of dividend distribution of central public sector undertakings and authorities with the Secretaries of concerned Ministries/Departments and CMDs of major CPSEs, including Petroleum, Defence, Power, Road Transport, Railways, Coal, Mines, Steel, Atomic Energy. 326 more words


I am not frustrated': Yashwant Sinha sticks to his guns, finds support from Shatrughan

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A defiant Yashwant Sinha on Thursday stuck to his stand on his criticism of the government, saying he had to go public with his views on the state of economy because the doors of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP were shut for him. 262 more words