It proposes to control air pollution by tackling crop residue burning, providing LPG connections to the poor and have efficient coal power plants
GN Bureau | May 3, 2017
Are you ready to pay higher taxes on petrol to help curb air pollution? In its three-year action, Niti Aayog proposes it and says that it will “encourage commuters to share cars and take public transport”.
The Ministry for Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) ha
In a recent transfer order issued issued, the Bihar Government announced to extend the promotion to six IAS officers of 2006-Batch to Super Time Scale (Secretary Grade) with effect from January 1, 2022.
Agriculture economist Vijay Sardana has said that middlemen have been siphoning off farmers’ interests, and the repeal of the three farm laws that were brought in to minimise the exploitation of farmers was a political compulsion. “There is a huge siphoning of farmers’ inte
At the outset, for those who are not familiar with the nomenclature ‘Hindu Rate of Growth’, it refers to the low economic growth in post-independent India till the 1990s, when several economic liberalisation measures were undertaken. Till the 1990s, the growth rate was around 4%, which accelera