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Sarika Malhotra
August 21, 2014
Men still call the shots in panchayats despite reservation of seats for women. Business Today reports from Bihar, the first state to reserve 50 per cent seats at the grassroots for women.

New Delhi, August 9, 2014
Following the changes, any non-promoter shareholder with at least 10 per cent stake in eligible companies would be allowed to offload shares through OFS route.

New Delhi, May 16, 2014
While a flat 10 per cent has been announced in all classes, an additional 4.2 per cent increase under fuel adjustment component (FAC)-linked revision scheme will be effected on passenger fares, taking the upper revision of fares to 14.2 per cent, an official said.

Shweta Punj, Suprotip Ghosh, Sarika Malhotra and E. Kumar Sharma
April 10, 2014
Five corporate bigwigs who have entered electoral politics unveil well-crafted, high-voltage campaigns.

Arunima Mishra
July 22, 2013
The statistics are mindboggling! With staff strength of 1.4 million, the Railways - which completed 160 years in April this year - is the biggest employer in the country. In 2012/13 alone, it recruited 156,000 more employees.

Business Today
May 9, 2013
Rajeev Gowda, Professor of Public Policy at Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, who doubles up as the Karnataka spokesman for the Congress party, speaks on the challenges before the next state government on a visit to New Delhi.

Goutam Das
April 24, 2013
All is not well with the IITs, the country's finest technical education chain to which millions of youngsters have aspired since the 1950s. Hasty expansion, faculty shortage and falling student standards are taking the sheen off India's best engineering brand.

BT Online Bureau
April 8, 2013
The Gujarat chief minister's appointment with industry body Ficci comes days after Congress Vice-president Rahul Gandhi's address to the Confederation of Indian Industry.

Sebastian P.T.
February 26, 2013
Unlike his predecessors Lalu Prasad or Mamata Banerjee, Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal failed to lighten up the mood of the fellow parliamentarians during his budget speech. The opposition members also appeared to run out of ideas while attacking his proposals.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, February 26, 2013
The Opposition on Tuesday slammed the Rail Budget for increasing the burden on the common man, with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) terming it as \"pedestrian\" and \"discriminatory\" while Left said it does not give any hope on railways' future.

BT Online Bureau
February 26, 2013
Keeping passenger fare unchanged, Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal presented his maiden annual budget in which he introduced 106 new trains and a host of proposals, such as escalators at key stations, a new e-ticketing system and a swanky coach in select train.

BT Online Bureau
February 26, 2013
Though the Railway Minister did not announce any hike in passenger fees, he said that the reservation fee for tatkal services and superfast trains would go up.

BT Online Bureau
February 26, 2013
Presenting the rail budget, Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal said that Mumbai suburban trains will get AC coaches. He also proposed to introduce 67 new express trains.

BT Online Bureau
February 26, 2013
Providing some relief to the general public reeling under the impact of high inflation, Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal did not announce any fare hike in his first rail budget.

New York, October 25, 2012
From achieving stellar heights in Corporate America to being reduced to a convict in one of the biggest insider trading cases in the US, Indian-American Rajat Gupta's stunning fall from grace has been improbable.

New Delhi, September 7, 2012
The turmoil-ridden Monsoon Session of Parliament came to an end after most of its sittings were washed out over the controversial coal block allocation issue.

Associated Press
San Francisco, August 9, 2012
In an attempt to deliver more personal responses quickly, the company is creating an information bridge between its search engine and Gmail service.
June 11, 2012
From being a market leader on domestic routes in 2001 - the operation was called Indian Airlines then, before it merged into Air India - to becoming an also-ran today, Air India makes for a case study on how not to merge two entities.

Viren Rasquinha
December 20, 2011
The root cause of sports not flourishing is lack of professional management.

Kay Benedict
New Delhi, December 17, 2011
UPA managers were racing against time to bring the new Bill before the cabinet on Monday to pave the way for its introduction and passage in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

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