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By GovernanceToday
In Interview
Jul 6th, 2018
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‘‘Still, a long way to go!’’- Atul Garg, MoS,UP (an exclusive audience of our Executive Editor Parijat Tripathi with Mr Atul Garg, Minister of State, UP)     PT: Mr Minister, I welcome you to the Governance Today platform. With thanks, I would like to know when you joined the BJP along with the ideology of BJP you are proud of? Atul Garg:   Well, I am fortunate en...
By GovernanceToday
In Health
Jun 19th, 2018
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Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna Marches On the analytics of the RSBY suggests its successful pragmatic presence     Social Security and healthcare assurance for all has been the motto of Government of India, and it has taken various steps in this regard. One of the most important policy milestones is the Unorganized Workers Social Security Act (2008) enacted by...
By GovernanceToday
In Health
Jun 19th, 2018
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Modi Government’s Mass Health Care Modi-care may come out to be practically life-saving     If implemented well, Modi-care—which aims to provide health insurance to 40% of the population—can be as close as India can get to universal health coverage, says an expert In the past four years, the Narendra Modi government has attempted to transform the healthcare l...
By GovernanceToday
In Health
Jun 19th, 2018
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Mass Health & Farm Insurance Schemes under the positive governance in India It was three years ago in the year 2015 when the Indian Government was planning to launch a universal health scheme and an exclusive all-in-one insurance product for the farming community as part of its ongoing efforts to bring people under the social security net. This is 2018 going on now...
By GovernanceToday
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 GovernanceToday
In Education
Mar 28th, 2018
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26% Budget Allocation To Education : Delhi Government in Educative Mode (Archana Sherry)   NEW DELHI: The State Government of Delhi displays its action mood in Education sector by allocating 26% of the state budget to education this year. In toto the allocation earmarking Rs 13997 Cr. This seems to be an unprecedented development in the history of Delhi governance sinc...
By GovernanceToday
In Governance Watch
Mar 28th, 2018
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Cabinet’s approval for the Central Sector “Integrated Scheme for Development of Silk Industry”  in the Sericulture sector   Integrated Scheme for Development of Silk Industry aims at making India self-sufficient in silk production Integrated Scheme for Development of Silk Industry to increase the silk production from 30,348 MTs during 2016-17 to 38,50...
By GovernanceToday
In Issue 10
Jul 12th, 2016
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Countless policies, dynamism of innovative measures and intention of becoming a lion drives the Indian economy  today. In the process, we are talking of development and trying to ape some of the success stories of the west, but without assessing its feasibility. It’s like sowing rice on an arid land and cactus in marshes. The west is talking of research and development...
By GovernanceToday
In Issue 10
Jul 12th, 2016
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Prohibition is not a solution The chequered history of  banning alcohol is enough to demonstrate that prohibition causes more harm than benefits in India  and helps bootlegger, corrupt and criminals The ancient discipline of yoga is irrelevant without imposing ban on sale of liquor across the country  and the Prime Minister must act in this regard, Bihar Chief Minister...
By GovernanceToday
In Issue 10
Jul 11th, 2016
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When the RBI reviewed the monetary policy on June 7, nobody was expecting a rate  action. No hike was anticipated, no lowering either. What analysts were looking for was the language of the statement, rationale of leaving the key policy rates unchanged and what was RBI’s stance on key regulatory issues such as MCLR and liquidity management. As expected, Raghuram Rajan ...