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Centre seeks banks’ turnaround plans: Future capital infusion dependent on a time-bound plan from the lenders.
Drug-resistant TB a concern: In India, Health Ministry’s targets are unrealistic due to current budgets.
Plea to bar convicts from politics: SC seeks govt. view: The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to respond to a petition seeking to bar convicted persons from contesting polls for life and preventing their entry into the judiciary and the executive.
INS Vikramaditya fires surface-to-air missile: Newly installed Barak missile tested.
Cloak of invisibility: Changes in political funding regulations are a setback to efforts to bring in transparency.
One India, two time zones: The insistence on observing IST vis-à-vis Northeast India’s needs ignores its social and economic impact.
Aadhaar now needed for mobile connection: The move will impact more than 100 crore customers.The Department of Telecommunications on Friday issued a notification, directing all phone service providers to reverify details for all existing subscribers through Aadhaar-based e-KYC (Know Your Customer) process.
‘PSU banks hold key to financial sector rejig’: The issue of non-performing assets – most of which are with public sector banks, needed more than just recapitalisation as a cure, and the public sector banks are the key to modernization of India’s financial sector.
Protection whose time has come: Why the Anti-Discrimination and Equality Bill 2016 must find champions in the Centre and states.
Finally, a health policy for all of India: The government’s health policy draft takes a holistic view of the health system and achieving better outcomes across elements of access, cost and quality—all closely inter-related.
Governors in Indian states: A colonial imprint: The Constitution is eerily silent on the manner of appointment of chief ministers by the governor when there is no clear majority by any of the contesting political parties.