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Digitalisation To Play Key Role In Growth Of MSMEs: Gadkari

'Digitalisation in MSMEs is the most important subject...digitalisation is a solution by which we can make our system transparent and time bound,' he said at an event held by Microsoft.

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EPFO Net New Enrolments Grow Nearly 20pc To 12.37 Lakh In Feb

The net new enrolments for July 2020 were also revised downwards to 5,15,428 from 5,35,720 for the month released in March 2021.

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Need Comprehensive Evaluation Of UN's Sustainable Development Framework: Niti VC

Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant highlighted the need for a paradigm shift to address the nutrition challenge in India and taking a relook at the food components of diet.

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Less Than 4% Indian Farmers Adopted Sustainable Agricultural Practices: Study

Organic farming has garnered the most policy attention among the eight sustainable agricultural practices receiving budgetary support under various central government programmes.

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Central Bank Of India EGM In May To Seek Shareholders' Nod For Allotting Preference Shares To Govt

The bank's CRAR (capital to risk weighted assets ratio) as on December 31, 2020 was 12.39 per cent with tier I/CET 1 at 10.32 per cent and tier II at 2.07 per cent.

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India's First And Crucial Defence Strategic Partnership Mechanism For Submarines Is Ready: Defence Secretary Ajay Kumar

Defence is as about security as crucial it is for the economy and technology. The inherent opportunity and challenges both lie in building capabilities for our industry and so the armed forces. India marks at the threshold of such breakthroughs in defense & aerospace--if the policies set forth rightly and implemented in spirit. India's Defence Secretary, Dr Ajay Kumar with his tech background is at the crucial juncture to drive policies within the complexity of defence industrial ecosystem that India must not loose the momentum at any cost. BW Businessworld's Defence Editor Manish Kumar Jha interacts with Defence Secretary on such policies issues exclusively. Interaction touches upon: Defence Export, Startups, Offsets, SP Model, MMRCA-2, OFs, NUH and crucial aero engine among others.

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Retail Inflation For Farm, Rural Workers Rise Marginally In Mar

Consumer Price Index-Agricultural Labourers (CPI-AL) and Consumer Price Index-Rural Labourers (CPI-RL) had stood at 2.67 per cent and 2.76 per cent, respectively, in February 2021.

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Govt Approves Subsidy Policy For Urea Produced Through Coal Gasification

The estimated cost of this first of its kind project in India is about Rs 13,277 crore, he added. Urea is a widely used fertiliser in India.

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Icra Cuts Its FY22 GDP Estimate By 0.5% , Sees Economy Expanding By 10.5 %

Starting with Maharashtra, a slew of other pockets in the country like Delhi have been taking to localised lockdowns to arrest the climbing COVID-19 cases, which derails economic activity.

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Labour Ministry Sets Up Control Rooms To Address Migrant Workers Woes

The functioning of all 20 call centres is being monitored and supervised by the Chief Labour Commissioner (Central) at headquarters on daily basis and same also reviewed with regions concerned during state visit by CLC(C) & other senior officers personally.

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India Likely To Waive Customs Duty On COVID-19 Vaccine Imports

The government presently levies 10 per cent customs or import duty plus a 16.5 per cent I-GST and social welfare surcharge on vaccines coming from overseas

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No Panic Buying At Stores But Buyers Show Anxiety As 6-Day Lockdown Starts In Delhi

V-Mart Retail CMD Lalit Agarwal said that though the recent surge in Covid-19 cases and restrictions would impact the business but assured availability of goods.

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Punjab Farmers Received Rs 202 Cr MSP Payment Via DBT In Last One Week: Centre

The total wheat procurement in the country so far has reached 121.7 lakh tonnes, as per the ministry's latest data.

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Indian Naval Air Squadron 323 Inducts Indigenously Built Advance Light Helicopters Mk III

Indian Naval Air Squadron (INAS) 323, the first unit of the indigenously built ALH Mk III aircraft, was commissioned into the Indian Navy. The squadron will operate three state-of-the-art ALH Mk III, a multirole helicopter with Shakti engine manufactured by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). This will pave the way for Indian navy's naval utility helicopters under the indigenous effort.

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Vaccine For All Above Age Of 18 Years From 1 May: Government

The government has said that procurement, eligibility, administration of vaccines are being made flexible in Phase 3 of world's largest vaccination drive.

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