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By Governance Today
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Mar 10th, 2019
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While campaigning for 2017 Gujrat election, Congress President raised the issue of Rafale deal to attack NDA the Modi led government. He repeated the allegations of price escalation and favoritism towards Reliance Defense Limited Notwithstanding the Supreme Court’s verdict and CAG report, the Congress repeated its allegations of corruption against the government ...
By Parijat Tripathi
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Feb 25th, 2019
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By Parijat Tripathi  Editor Director GT Today is the 42nd day of Kumbh Mela. Due to being special today, the special movement was seen in Prayagraj today, everyone was waiting for the arrival of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Kumbh Mela today. Special security arrangements were made in view of the arrival of PM Modi. In the whole Prayagraj city including...
By Governance Today
In Banking & Finance
Apr 7th, 2018
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INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY Is it really vulnerable to frauds? – I f   s o,   w h a t   m a k e s   t h e   i n d u s t r y   s o   v u l n e r a b l e ?  The story begins with the decade of the nineties. The year 1991, being a year of Indian banking liberalization, fetched a happy era which saw the economy undergoing a pretty good amount of growth and changes. As su...
By Governance Today
In Advisory
Jan 8th, 2018
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Sagarmala Project:  The project is estimated to cost around Rs 12,00,000 crore. The government wants to implement the projects worth Rs 5,00,000 crore by May 2019. Bharatmala Project: The project cost is Rs 14,000 crore project linking India’s vast west-to-east land border from Gujarat to Mizoram. Modi government is planning to finish the 5000-km road project in 5 year...
By Governance Today
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Jul 7th, 2016
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It has been observed that in the last one decade Higher Education Institutions (HEI) in India are moving towards digital  presence. Nearly all the institutions have a website ranging from static informational to actively interactive websites. A significant number of institutions have presence on popular social networking sites (SNS) to interact with their stakeholders....
By Governance Today
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Jul 7th, 2016
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According to the last updated report of  National Crime Records Bureau, 3,807 students committed suicide W e are talking of suicide. We are talking  of kids committing suicide.  We are talking of kids committing suicide because of cut throat competition? Is it? Was it because of the competition, suicide would have been in history but this is new. Suicide among children...
By Governance Today
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Jul 7th, 2016
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Government needs to play an active role in encouraging educational institutions in adopting latest technology for teachings and delivering course content It’s not too long back when a classroom meant assignments, blackboards and chalks, heavy duty lectures, etc. Online  education, on the contrary, was like Greek and Latin to most people. Things are a lot different now ...
By Governance Today
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Jul 7th, 2016
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Higher or tertiary education has been in thick of news over last few weeks, albeit for wrong reasons. There  is tussle between Delhi University teachers and University Grants Commission (UGC) over leaching load of college teachers, promotion policy for college teachers is in turmoil, education policy is in news for mostly wrong reasons and IIM Bill is again stuck in tr...
By Governance Today
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Jun 28th, 2016
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Ramesh Kumar Raja              Monsoon hits Kerala first and the southern Indian state on the Malabar Coast receives  excessive rains during the season. But what follows next brings misery to the residents. Water logging and flooding at various places, including the capital city Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) which is severely hit, throw the normal life out of gear in...
By Governance Today
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Jun 28th, 2016
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Lekshmi Parameswaran Like the one rotten mango that can spoil a bag full of ripe mangoes, a negative connotation is enough to rob a  word of its meaning. Poverty is one such word that has been reduced to the narrowest definition possible due to the term exploitation associated with it. The world is yet to see poverty as an opportunity for the policy makers to test thei...