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09 Mar 2020
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09 Mar 2020
The country’s largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki India, reported an year-on-year fall of 1.6 per cent to 1,36,849 units in the domestic market. Sales of Hyundai Motor India in the domestic market fell 7.2 per cent.
The agency said it analysed in detail the degree of vulnerability of the top 500 debt-heavy private sector issuers after assessing the mix between productive and non-productive assets (asset quality) held by each issuer along with their refinancing risk.
In rural areas, the unemployment rate increased to 7.37% in February from 5.97% in the previous month, while in urban areas, it fell to 8.65% from 9.70%, the data released by CMIE, a Mumbai-based private think-tank showed.
The government has, so far, in the 10 months of this fiscal garnered 66.3 per cent of the net tax revenue estimated in the revised estimates of this fiscal as against 68.7 per cent of the full year estimate previous year.
Addressing a meeting of party workers at Patna’s Gandhi Maidan on his 69th birthday, Nitish Kumar said, "Law and order has improved and the ratio of crimes to population is among the lowest in the country in Bihar."
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02 Mar 2020
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Sam Pitroda Chairman
Mr. Sam Pitroda is an internationally
telecom inventor, entrepreneur, development thinker, and policy maker who has spent 50
information and communications technology (ICT) and related global and national
Credited with having laid the foundation
India’s telecommunications and technology revolution of the 1980s, Mr. Pitroda has been
leading campaigner to help bridge the global digital divide. During his tenure as
Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Mr. Pitroda led six technology missions related to
telecommunications, water, literacy, immunization, dairy production, and oilseeds. He
the founder and first Chairman of India’s Telecom Commission. In these plural roles, Mr.
Pitroda helped revolutionize India’s development philosophies and policies with a
on access to technology as the key to social change.