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  • Modi, Nepalese PM to inaugurate Delhi-Kathmandu bus service November 25, 2014

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his Nepalese counterpart Sushil Koirala will inaugurate Delhi-Kathmandu bus service, a new initiative by the two countries. In the past there have been private operators who have been operating these bus services between India and Kathmandu but for the first time it is happening...
  • Change India: What are the reforms for financial services sector? September 21, 2014

    In this episode of 'Change India', CNBC TV18's Latha Venkatesh discusses the set of reforms that are need for the financial services sector with panel of experts. ...
  • It will take three days to restore mobile services: CMD BSNL September 9, 2014

    The big problem that is hampering rescue activities in the Valley is that telecom links have become dysfunctional. The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is trying its best to restore the links quickly, ...
  • PM Modi to overlook Digital India Project, aims to provide all services online August 22, 2014

    The Union Cabinet has approved PM Modi's ambitious Digital India Project which aims at providing all govt services to citizens online. To ensure that it doesn't end up becoming another scheme on paper, PM Modi himself is going to oversee the execution of this ambitious project. It remains to be...
  • UPSC Round Table: Does the CSAT need a review? August 9, 2014

    As the Union Public Service Commission Civil Services aspirants continue their protests against the the Civil Service Aptitude Test (CSAT), we discuss if the exam needs to be reviewed and whether it is well equipped to select the best bureaucrats for the country. ...
  • English language skills marks should not be included in merit, says Government August 4, 2014

    The Centre on Monday clarified that marks of English language skills should not be included in merit. The move is a slight climbdown by the Centre following the massive protests by Civil Services aspirants and Parliamentarians who have accused the UPSC of bias against those from rural, Hindi and regional...
  • English won't count in UPSC: Is government giving in to regional pressure? August 4, 2014

    In a major development to end the row over the alleged language bias in the Union Public Service Commission Civil Services Examination, the Centre on Monday clarified that marks of English language skills should not be included in merit. The move is a slight climbdown by the Centre following the...
  • Watch: UPSC aspirants intensify protests against language bias July 26, 2014

    UPSC aspirants have rejected the government's attempt to buy time and have demanded scrapping of the current format of Civil Services Aptitude Test. UPSC aspirants protested outside the RSS office on Saturday as well as in Mukherjee Nagar in the capital. NSUI students also protested at Jantar Mantar. ...
  • Is there a bias against Hindi speakers in civil services exams? July 16, 2014

    After the government urged the Union Public Service Commission to postpone the Civil Services Preliminary Exam, the issue was raised in Parliament on Wednesday. Minister of state for Personnel Jitendra Singh told Lok Sabha that no aspirant will discriminated against on the basis of language. ...
  • Is there an English bias in the civil services exam? July 16, 2014

    After a week of protests demanding that the Civil Services Aptitude test be scrapped, the government has finally intervened. The NDA government has asked the Union Public Service Commission to postpone preliminary exams scheduled for August 24. CNNIBN asks UPSC aspirants from across the country for their views over the...
  • Civil Services Aptitude Test: Government intervenes after a week of protests July 16, 2014

    After a week of protests demanding that the Civil Services Aptitude test be scrapped, the government has finally intervened. The NDA government has asked the Union Public Service Commission to postpone preliminary exams scheduled for August 24. ...
  • Feel insecure in Mumbai: Hyderabad techie's uncle March 3, 2014

    23-year-old Esther Anuhya was found murdered on the outskirts of Mumbai over a week after she went missing in the city in January this year. Her uncle spoke of the trauma the family went through in the days after. ...
  • TCS employee murder case: Two arrested, hunt on for accomplices February 26, 2014

    Two weeks after a 24-year-old TCS employee was found dead, the Tamil Nadu Crime Branch has arrested two people saying that they have confessed to sexual assault and robbery. The hunt is on for their accomplices. Watch the video for more. ...
  • Change India: How can we reform country's administrative apparatus? February 22, 2014

    In the run up to the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, Network18's latest campaign is on 'Change India Agenda for the next PM'. In this series, 10 policy initiatives have been listed that will enable the next prime minister to combat the cancer of corruption in the country. ...
  • People across IndoPak border rejoice as bus service at LoC resumes February 3, 2014

    People across the IndiaPakistan border are heaving a sigh of relief with the bus service at LoC resuming after two week's deadlock between the two nations. ...
  • CJ Show: An army veterans fight for compensation January 25, 2014

    Col. Anil Kaul is a Vir Chakra awardee who lost his right eye and a partially damaged his hand in the battle in Sri Lanka. According to military rules, Col Kaul must be paid compensation for he had fought the enemy on the frontline. He has today turned a Citizen...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show January 24, 2014

    On this Republic day, Exarmy men turn Citizen Journalists to tell their stories of bravery and how officials have neglected them post the retirement. Plus, one CJ who works to inspire the young towards joining defense services. ...
  • US braces itself for severe storm, 2000 flights cancelled January 3, 2014

    Nearly 2000 flights have been cancelled and close to 100 million people are on the path of the storm. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning in many Northeastern states with parts if long island under a blizzard warning until Friday. ...
  • IOTY: Association for Democratic Reforms and Lily Thomas win Public Service award December 20, 2013

    The Association for Democratic Reforms and Lily Thomas took up the task of tackling what had become a serious blot on our democratic system. It was on the basis of a writ petition filed by them that the apex court ruled that lawmakers have to quit if they are convicted...
  • News 360: CNNIBN's Indian of the year 2013 ceremony December 20, 2013

    The countdown has begun to the grand finale of CNNIBN's Indian of the Year 2013. We have shortlisted nominees in the categories of business, entertainment, sports, politics and public service. ...
  • Indian of the Year 2013: Nominees in public service category December 12, 2013

    Like every year, CNNIBN will honour the ones who have made a difference to the society in their field of expertise in the year 2013. The nominations for Indian of the Year Awards 2013 in the public service category are Team ITBP and NDRF, Association od Democratic Reforms and Lily...
  • India Positive: Stories of exceptional individuals July 21, 2013

    The stories in today's show are about exceptional individual who have risen from different circumstances and touched success, and their aim to make life easier for others like themselves. ...
  • Telegram: The end of an era. STOP. July 15, 2013

    The era of telegrams or the good old 'taar system' has come to an end with the last ever telegram being sent out on Sunday. While it may not have been used by many people of late, a full stop to the Telegram has rekindled some fond memories among many. ...
  • Watch: People give an emotional farewell to telegram July 15, 2013

    As the 160yearold BSNL's telegram services finally shut, people recall how they started writing telegrams when they were in their childhood. They still used to write telegrams to their relatives and would wait for it. ...
  • Bangalore: People queue up at post office to send their last telegram July 14, 2013

    Today is the last day for the BSNL's 160yearold telegram services. With just hours to go before the telegram is officially shut, many post offices saw a last minute rush to send souvenir telegrams as people are gathering to send that last telegram to their kids or themselves just to...
  • Watch: Bollywood reacts as telegram service shuts today July 14, 2013

    Actors tell whom they will send their last telegram to. ...
  • Telegram services to shut at 9 pm tonight July 14, 2013

    Today is the last day for the BSNL's 160yearold telegram services as it will shut at 9 pm tonight. Just hours before the telegram is closed down, people have gathered at the offices to send telegrams to their relatives, friends. ...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai July 2, 2013

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • Is the JetEtihad deal in national interest? July 2, 2013

    Even as controversy rages over the Jet AirwaysEtihad deal, the UAEbased airline's 2,058 crore investment is likely to encourage other international airlines planning to invest in India. ...
  • 4G services soon, have finalised vendors: Mukesh Ambani June 6, 2013

    Speaking at RIL's AGM, Mukesh Ambani said the company has finalised partners for its 4G services. ...