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Health scheme awaits PMO nod

the Union Health Ministry has sent a concept note to the Prime Minister’s Office on universal health coverage.

Railways to review policy on Group D staff as domestic help

The PMO is now keen to grant an allowance instead of letting officers retain the staff as domestic help.

Secys told to ensure Cabinet notes are free of ‘defects’

Some notes lack desired standard and quality, says Seth

Ministry says presentation ‘forged’, no new gas price formula

Chandra has also sought an inquiry into the “forgery”.

PMO asks green ministry to relax norms, speed up clearances for road projects

Road ministry wants green clearances for road construction in areas up to 100 kms to be automatic.

Crores spent, govt takes re-look at Prasar Bharati’s ‘relevance’

The I&B Ministry has also conveyed to the PMO that a thorough review was in order.

Essar seeks to join IB report in suit against Greenpeace

The court had also restrained the NGO from entering the Essar House premises or holding agitations within 100 metre from the building.

Delhi Confidential : A new beginning

His “personal life story” on the official website of the PMO has a link to his own website

Longer hours, faster work is new govt culture

Many ministries have issued circulars reminding officials that work hours are from 9 am to 5.30 pm, with sources hinting that 8 to 6 too is under consideration.

Modi boost for MoS: ‘Give details of work distribution’

The Ministers are expected to formalise the distribution of work in the next few days and send the details to the PMO.

Modi to secys: Give list of laws that can be scrapped for fast decisions

The secretaries briefed Modi on reasons why some of them have not been able to achieve results in several key sectors.

Row erupts over PMO Twitter handle

The PMO Twitter handle was changed from @PMOIndia to @PMOIndiaArchive.

PMO begins work on President’s Parliament speech for next govt

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has instructed his key aides to record as much as possible in writing and on file.

CCS likely to take up Naresh Chandra panel’s proposals

Officials said the task of processing the 400-odd recommendations put forward by the 14-member task force in May 2012.

‘CIA believed Netaji could return in 1964’

Declassified documents : CIA expressed possibility of Netaji leading a rebel group undermining Nehru govt