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Niti Aayog vindicates UPA’s claims on poverty alleviation

The Niti Aayog’s report, submitted before the United Nations, acknowledges that anti-poverty programmes like the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) helped weaker sections of the society.

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Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana: ‘UPA govt left coffers empty, making it difficult for us’

“The UPA government had left us with empty coffers because of which it was not possible for the present government to do anything for the poor,” Shah said.

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Rural development fellows scheme in limbo as govt yet to induct 3rd batch

The PMRDF, announced in September 2011, inducted its first batch of Fellows in April 2012.

World of business

PM has signalled a new global outreach that is less squeamish, more purposeful.

Govt delays urea imports, farmers left in distress

Shortage: Imports surged only after rabi planting started in November.

Ministry questions basis of post-Sachar report

The ministry says the committee analysed the condition of merely Muslims rather than minorities.

Aadhaar legal, valid under Constitution: Centre to tell SC

SG had sought time till February 13 to respond to a PIL

To stop Greenpeace activist, IB used ‘etc’ clause in Home order

The lookout circular against Pillai was opened on January 9 on the request of the assistant director of IB.

Working on rationalisation of tax structure, budget proposals to be transparent: Jaitley

Jaitley says current public-private partnership model is not serving the purpose.

Land ordinance shuts door on more litigation

The ordinanace has blocked a blanket route to reviving old cases by inserting a special clause to the Land Acquisition Act.

Road to regulation: Real Estate Bill takes final shape

In its new form, the Bill will bring in commercial property under its ambit; the percentage of receivables kept in Escrow accounts will also be reduced.

Cong wants coal Bill sent to House panel

The Congress stance on the Bill is unlikely to come in the way of its passage in Lok Sabha.

Dangerous whims

Apex court’s questioning of Section 66 of IT Act casts onus on government to explain its necessity.

With 40 MPs, Rajya Sabha passes SC/ST bill

Interestingly though the Bill was originally moved by the UPA government.

Former MoS Rao questioned by ED

The ED had slapped money laundering charges against Rao and Jindal, taking cognizance of the CBI complaints in coal block allocations.