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No adverse effect on bureaucracy from 'lateral entry', persons were appointed earlier too: Govt

Government think-tank Niti Ayog has in its three-year action agenda 2017-18 to 2019-20 highlighted that it is essential specialists be inducted into the system through lateral entry on fixed term contract, the minister said.

India insulated from Greek crisis, rupee may be affected: Arun Jaitley

The finance minister also expressed puzzlement over why economists have failed to predict crisis. “But there are not many who have been able to do that.


‘Verghese was a man with the right blend of intellect, integrity’

Family and friends remembered the life and values of B G Verghese, who passed away last week.

Plan panel to be reconstituted

The body has been lying defunct following the resignation of Montek Singh Ahluwalia.

Winds of change: Financial powers gone, Planning Commission stares at shutdown

The BJP’s election manifesto had hinted at a revamp of the agency that is seen as a legacy of India’s socialist past.

Montek pitches for panel to deal with corruption

Ahluwalia said he believes that the Prevention of Corruption Act has provisions which could easily make officials acting in good faith vulnerable to charges of corruption.


New govt should focus on GST, deficit: Montek

He further said that though investments have reduced from 35 per cent to 32 per cent, even in that scenario the country will be able to achieve its targets.

Plan Panel to PM: Ministries dragging feet on policy action led to slowdown

The analysis has been submitted to the Prime Minister as a background paper for his last meeting with the Commission.

Biggest fight is against perception that big cos do cozy deals with govt: Montek Singh Ahluwalia

Montek Singh's comments come in the backdrop of allegations of crony capitalism flying thick and fast.

Plan panel green signal for HP annual outlay of Rs 4,100 cr

The Planning Commission on Wednesday approved Himachal Pradesh’s annual plan of Rs 4,100 crore for this fiscal - Rs 400 crore more than the outlay for 2012-13.