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Dream 11, Hyundai and ACC acquire partners rights for BCCI matches

The BCCI on Friday announced that Sporta Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Dream11), LafargeHolcim (ACC Cement and Ambuja Cement) and Hyundai Motor India Ltd. have acquired the official partners' rights for its international and domestic matches.

Only PSB officials can apply for smaller banks’ top posts

Candidates would be rated out of 100 marks with 50 marks allocated for performance appraisals of five years while another 50 marks would be assigned on the basis of performance during interaction with the sub-committee.


SBI officials in race for PSB top posts

For the first time, senior SBI officials were called in for interviews for MD & CEO posts in PSU banks.

Proposal to let PMO, not Ministers, pick PSU directors and chiefs

The posts would be open for executives from listed and unlisted companies provided the applicant is a director or a CEO.

Tribunal slams govt over ‘harassment’ of forest officer

The 2002-batch officer adduced documents to show that the Ministry of Environment and Forests had recommended his deputation in view of harassment in Haryana.

Citing other ACC orders, AIIMS former CVO alleges bias

Chaturvedi came in the crosshairs of Haryana government for alleging corruption by ministers and bureaucrats.


In another reshuffle, govt transfers 10 IAS officers

Anup Chandra Pandey, currently JS at Labour Ministry, would take over as Additional Secretary in the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare, Ministry of Defence.

Home Minister is quietly cut out of senior officers’ appointments

ACC proposals were first sent by the Cabinet Secretary to the Home Minister for approval, before they were ratified by the PM.

Home Secy favoured Pachnanda despite objection from CBI chief

CBI posting row: Panel headed by the then PM had trashed Ramasundaram name.

ACC clears key appointments to economic ministry posts

Binaya Srikanta Pradhan’s name was cleared as private secretary to the minister of state for petroleum & natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan for five years.