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  • SEBI cancels Sahara's portfolio management licence 4 days ago

    Mumbai: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) said it has cancelled the portfolio management licence held by Sahara Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd, saying the firm did not comply with its "fit and proper" norms. Financial firms must meet regulators' "fit and proper" criteria to operate in India. The asset...
  • IRDA gives nod for Rs 1,500-crore nuclear liability pool February 23, 2015

    New Delhi: Insurance sector regulator IRDA has given in-principle approval for setting up of Rs 1,500 crore nuclear liability pool for providing risk cover to nuclear reactors. "We have given in-principle approval (for setting up nuclear liability pool). There was a demand for covering the reactors. The corpus for it would...
  • Jammu and Kashmir Governor reviews arrangements for Amarnath pilgrimage February 21, 2015

    Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra on Saturday reviewed arrangements being made for annual Amarnath pilgrimage scheduled to start from July 2. "The Governor on Saturday reviewed the arrangements being made for Shri Amarnath Yatra that is scheduled to begin on July 2 and conclude on August 29," an...
  • As swine flu toll rises, states told to operate 24X7 helplines February 19, 2015

    New Delhi: Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth on Thursday urged state governments to ensure round-the-clock functioning of outbreak monitoring cells and necessary helplines as the number of people affected by swine flu in the country crossed the 10,000 mark. Seth, while chairing a meeting of the National Crisis Management Committee to...
  • JK government formulates project to ensure free flow of traffic February 13, 2015

    Jammu and Kashmir government on February 13, said that it has formulated a project at an estimated cost of Rs 67.45 crore to ensure free flow of traffic in Jammu city. The ambitious project has been formulated for Jammu city at an estimated cost of Rs 67.45 crore which will help...
  • Ahead of voting in Delhi, BJP builds elaborate booth management plan, AAP deploys 6,000 spy cameras February 6, 2015

    New Delhi: As Delhi prepares to vote on Saturday, political parties are making elaborate arrangements to manage the landmark election. While the Aam Aadmi Party claims to have deployed spy cameras to catch any attempt to bribe voters, the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) is drawing up an extensive booth management...
  • Government says swine flu situation is under control: Director at NIMS January 30, 2015

    "The government says swine flu situation is under control. Awareness drives are being carried out at various places. Government concerned as swine flu virus spreading even to the interiors of Telangana. said doctor H Thacker," Director at Noida Institute of Management Studies. ...
  • Managing risks for sustainable development January 21, 2015

    It is now more than four decades that the world is deliberating on the dimensions of sustainable development and the means of achieving them. Our Common Future, as the report of the World Commission on Environment and Development is commonly known, had highlighted way back in 1987 the potential risks...
  • No regrets on leaving out Falcao: Louis van Gaal January 12, 2015

    London: English football club Manchester United's manager Louis van Gaal had said he was right not to select Colombian forward Radamel Falcao in his side's 0-1 defeat to Southampton in an English Premier League match. Falcao did not even make the bench Sunday and with Van Gaal insisting he wanted cover...
  • Liverpool may strengthen squad in January: Brendon Rodgers December 24, 2014

    London: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers had said that the English football club may sign players in the January transfer window but refused to divulge the identity of potential targets. The club is reportedly, interested in former striker Fernando Torres and goalkeeper Peter Cech, both Chelsea players. While Torres is currently plying...
  • Great Lakes: 10 years of shaping future leaders December 7, 2014

    On the 10th anniversary celebration of Great Lakes - Institute of Management, eminent leaders share their thoughts on business education. ...
  • Jose Mourinho rails at time-wasting fans and ball boys December 6, 2014

    London: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho turned his ire on Newcastle United' fans and even the ball boys on Saturday after his side's 23-match unbeaten run was ended by a 2-1 Premier League defeat. The Portuguese, whose side were undone by Papiss Cisse's second-half double, accused the home fans of time-wasting. "I think...
  • Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma to auction movie costumes to help flood survivors in Kashmir and Assam December 5, 2014

    New Delhi: Bollywood stars Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma have pledged to give their movie costumes to help raise funds for redevelopment of flood ravaged Kashmir and Assam. eBay India and Event and Entertainment Management Association (EEMA) have come together for the cause, and are seeking bids for a charity auction...
  • Wenger brushes off 'time to say goodbye' Arsenal banner November 30, 2014

    England: Arsene Wenger looked a relieved manager after Arsenal won 1-0 at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday although he refused to comment on a banner calling for him to leave the club. The visitors dominated the Premier League game and broke through after 60 minutes when a Santi Cazorla cross found...
  • Brendon Rodgers says his Liverpool job could be under threat November 24, 2014

    London: Manager Brendan Rodgers acknowledged his job could be under threat after Liverpool slipped to a third consecutive Premier League defeat at Crystal Palace at the weekend. Sunday's 3-1 loss to Neil Warnock's side, who started the day in the relegation zone, was Liverpool's fourth straight defeat in all competitions and...
  • Complacency not a factor for Chelsea, says Mourinho November 21, 2014

    London: Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho expects to beat West Bromwich Albion on Saturday but does not believe his side will become complacent in their quest for the Premier League title following an unbeaten start to the season. Having collected 29 points from 11 matches, table-topping Chelsea have a four-point advantage over...
  • IIM Ahmedabad hikes course fee; set to introduce changes in curriculum November 18, 2014

    Ahmedabad: India's premier business school Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) announced a fee hike ranging from Rs 1.9 lakh to 2.5 lakh for three of its flagship courses. Courses whose fees have been hiked include Post-Graduate Programme in Management (PGP), PGP-Agri Business Management (PGP-ABM) and PGP for Executives (PGPX). The...
  • Indian Railways likely to have separate environment directorate November 16, 2014

    New Delhi: Railway Ministry is likely to have a separate directorate to promote environment-friendly activities as new minister Suresh Prabhu wants to give a boost to the use of green fuel such as solar and wind energy. Environment Management Directorate, the proposed new wing of the national transporter, is also...
  • Tripura's capital Agartala gets clean city award November 8, 2014

    Agartala: Tripura's 176-year-old capital Agartala has been awarded the clean and green city award by a New Delhi-based urban policy and development experts group, the city's mayor said on Saturday. "Agartala topped the 29 towns and cities short-listed by the Skoch Foundation for the award. The capital city has been selected...
  • Recruiter's take: 4 skills that will get you hired in business development November 3, 2014

    New Delhi: It's good news for job aspirants looking for a business development profile! Whether a burgeoning company or a cash cow, of late every organisation is eyeing talent with business development skills. As organisations realise the importance of hiring human capital with a knack for business, the profiles and...
  • Sri Lanka: Rains slow search for mudslide victims November 3, 2014

    Colombo: Heavy rains slowed the search for victims of a major mudslide on a tea plantation in central Sri Lanka that police say left 38 people missing and presumed dead, officials said. A military official said rains were creating problems for rescuers using heavy equipment to dig through tonnes of...
  • Bangalore rape case: School Principal, Management Head arrested on charges of negligence November 1, 2014

    Bangalore: The Principal of the school where a six-year-old was sexually assaulted on Friday has been arrested, along with the Head of the Management on charges of negligence. The two of Cambridge School were arrested under IPC sections 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) and 336 (act...
  • BJP sets up election campaign, management committees for J&K polls October 29, 2014

    Jammu: BJP's Jammu and Kashmir unit has setup State Election Campaign and Management Committees to ensure smooth conduct of the five-phased Assembly elections beginning on November 25. According to the party spokesperson, Dr Nirmal Singh will be the chairman of the state Election Campaign Committee and Sat Sharma as its...
  • Haryana elections: Congress may bag more votes by passage of Gurdwaras Management Bill October 2, 2014

    Kurukshetra: Ahead of Haryana Assembly elections, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda is trying hard to woo the Sikh vote bank in the state where one of the significant vote share comes from over 10 lakh Sikhs. Earlier in the year, the state government had passed a bill creating a separate...
  • IIPM not entitled to run BBA, MBA course, advertise itself as management school, B-School: Delhi HC September 28, 2014

    New Delhi: Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM) and its Dean Arindam Chaudhuri have been restrained by the Delhi High Court from describing courses conducted by it as 'MBA, BBA, Management Course, Management School, Business School or B-School' as they are not recognised. The court also imposed a fine of...
  • Health emergency in Pakistan due to floods September 14, 2014

    Islamabad: Eight districts in Pakistan's Sindh province have declared a health emergency due to the floods caused by heavy rains, the media reported on Sunday. According to officials, Sindh Health Minister Saghir Ahmed declared an emergency in the province with particular focus on the eight districts, Dawn online reported. Sindh's health department...
  • Merino industries to set up new manufacturing plant in Gujarat September 14, 2014

    New Delhi: Merino Industries' readytocook brand Vegit is looking at setting up a new manufacturing plant in Gujarat with an investment of Rs 50 crore. The plant is expected to be operational by year 2017. "We are looking at a second manufacturing plant in Gujarat with an investment of Rs...
  • Death toll in Pakistan floods reaches 280 September 14, 2014

    Islamabad: At least 280 people have been killed and over two million affected in massive flooding triggered by heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan even as military specialists blew up dikes to divert swollen rivers and save cities from raging floods. The rains lashed vast areas of the country last week...
  • Nearly 6 billion dollars fund earmarked for disaster mitigation: Rijiju September 11, 2014

    Washington: Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju has said that the Indian government has earmarked 10 per cent of funds in all Centresponsored development programmes for disaster mitigation, which amounts to about $5.5 billion for the current fiscal. "India is a leading country now in disaster management. We...
  • NDMC dissolved due to poor management, council reconstitued September 10, 2014

    New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government on Wednesday reconstituted the New Delhi Municipal Council after it was dissolved by the Centre because of its poor performance. The NDMC has been blamed for personnel mismanagement, power revenue losses and illegal squatting in the capital, said a notification issued by the Ministry of...