Road to successful urban economy is paved with more than good intentions

Road to successful urban economy is paved with more than good intentions
Over the next three years, government will expand investment in the urban built environment, using resources more effectively to transform human settlements, and drawing in private investment to support more dynamic and inclusive economic growth. "The …
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SA Ford Gives Learners Insight Into Career Opportunities In Automotive Industry
The jam-packed programme included presentations from all the various departments at Ford, including Manufacturing, Purchasing, Human Resources, Finance, Marketing, Customer Services and Product Development. The learners were also treated to tours …
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A good day for babus

A good day for babus
Government officials would agree, as most of them were spared from attending office and enjoyed the Christmas holiday with their families. Only a handful of … It was meant as a tribute to Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who turned 90 today, but its overlap …
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Modi's good governance drive keeps some babus busy on Christmas
NEW DELHI: It was officially a holiday for Christmas. But several officials across ministries ranging from railways to human resource development remained busy on December 25 as PM Narendra Modi undertook a whistlestop tour of his constituency, …
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'Good Governance Day' Essay Competition on Dec 25, 26: Centre to HC
A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice P S Teji was informed by Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain that a notification in this regard by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) would be communicated through a press note and widely …
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For IT, Rural and EPFO, it will be a working Christmas
The NDA government has reportedly been keen to commemorate former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's birth anniversary, which falls on December 25, as a nationwide 'Good Governance Day'. While the Ministry of Human Resources and Development …
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