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'5 yrs of Modi govt is a story of governance failure': Singh

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BusinessToday.In | May 6, 2019

'5 yrs of Modi government is a sad story of governance and accountability failure': Manmohan Singh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi should be shown the exit door as his five-year rule has been "most traumatic and devastating" for India's youths, farmers, traders and every democratic institution, his predecessor Manmohan Singh said Sunday, noting that the "will of one person" cannot be imposed on a diverse country like India. Singh, in an exclusive interview to PTI, dismissed the notion that there was a wave in favour of Modi and asserted that the people have made up their minds to vote out the government.
Rahul Gandhi runs campaign of 'calumny, disinformation, distortion and malicious lies': Reliance Group

Rebutting Rahul Gandhi's charge that Anil Ambani is a crony capitalist, Reliance Group Sunday said the group got over Rs 1 lakh crore of contracts during the UPA rule and the Congress president is continuing his campaign of "calumny, disinformation, distortion and malicious lies". "He has singled out our group chairman Anil D Ambani as allegedly a crony capitalist and dishonest businessman - all obviously patently untrue statements," the statement said.

SBI restores operations in most branches in 3 districts of Odisha post cyclone

State Bank of India said it has restored operations in most of its branches in the districts of Balasore, Bhadrak and Keonjhor in Odisha in the aftermath of Cyclone Fani. The Bank has also opened Chief Ministers Relief Fund account for citizens to donate funds for the effected individuals in the state

Khadi demand surges due to elections, sales up 29 pc in FY 2018-19

Reflecting a surge in the demand this poll season, the sale of khadi apparels has registered a record high of Rs 3,215 crore, up 29 per cent in the financial year ended March, 2019 compared to the previous fiscal. The chairman of Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC), Vinay Kumar Saxena, told PTI that after 2013-14, the khadi business registered a four times growth in the last five years.

Tata Motors may drop small diesel cars from its portfolio

Auto major Tata Motors may phase out small diesel cars from its portfolio as demand is expected to slow down due to upcoming BS-VI emission norms that would make such vehicles expensive, according to a senior company official.
Already, market leader Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) has stated that it would discontinue diesel models from April 1, 2020

FAME needs to be supplemented with steps to boost EV adoption: CII

Policies like FAME need to be supplemented with measures such as domestic manufacturing of vehicles, batteries and components to boost mass adoption of electric vehicles by 2030, industry body CII said Sunday. The chamber said India can save 64 per cent of anticipated road-based mobility-related energy demand and 37 per cent of carbon emissions in 2030 by pursuing a shared, electric, and connected mobility future.

Pak's quest for IMF bailout costs fin min, central bank governor and top revenue officer their jobs

Cash-strapped Pakistan's efforts to secure a financial bailout from the IMF has cost the country's finance minister, central bank governor and top revenue officer their jobs as the global lender pressed Islamabad to take more steps to ensure fiscal discipline. The government on Saturday night appointed Dr Reza Baqir - a Pakistani economist working for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - as the governor of the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP)


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