"Having regard to sensitivity of the matter, it will be appropriate to have personal interaction with the key authorities dealing with the matter. Accordingly, the member secretaries, National Wetland Authority, government of India, State Wetland Authority, Rajasthan, Rajasthan State PCB and the District Magistrate, Jaipur may remain present in person on the next date," the tribunal said. … [Read more...] about Mass mortality of migratory birds at Sambhar lake not due to ‘avian influenza’, NGT told
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Addressing a rally in Changlang district, Khandu claimed that the situation has "changed" after the BJP came to power in the state. "Our government is already on the job to weed out corruption.. we will not spare anybody found indulging in unlawful activities," he said. … [Read more...] about Congress gifted deep-rooted corruption to Arunachal Pradesh: CM Pema Khandu
The persisting slowdown will also mean that unemployment will rise further, which will directly impact millions of youngsters entering the job market every year. According to Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), India’s unemployment rose to 7.7 percent in December. The grim economic situation would further weigh on consumer confidence that will further delay growth. This is because people will cut down spending on goods and services, translating to lower revenues for companies and lower tax collection to government. … [Read more...] about With this fiscal’s estimated GDP growth set to be the lowest in 11 years, here’s a look at how it will impact the common man
Since coming to power in 2014, the Narendra Modi-government has pumped in around Rs 2.8 lakh crore in state-run banks. In FY20 so far, the government has infused close to Rs 70,000 crore as capital. But that was inadequate considering the fact that banks required a substantial chunk of money to clean up their bad loans besides meeting their Basel-III requirements. … [Read more...] about Budget 2020: What lies in store for state-run banks ravaged by bad debt?
Most traffic jams are unnecessary, and this deeply irks mathematicians who specialize in traffic flow. They reserve particular vitriol for local transport engineers. “They do not have competencies in the field of system-related increases in traffic performance,” says Alexander Krylatov, a mathematics professor at St. Petersburg University. “If engineers manage to achieve local improvements, after a while the flows rearrange and the same traffic jams appear in other places.” Burn! … [Read more...] about Mathematicians have solved traffic jams, and they’re begging cities to listen