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India, Pak discuss possibilities of stepping up freight train services
Plan to introduce freight services on Munabao-Khokhrapar rail line More

Details display made mandatory for PDS vehicles
The Department of Food and Public Distribution made it mandatory for vehicles carrying commodities for public distribution, from centralised godowns to the fair price shops of various States and Union Territories, to display details about the ... More

CPI(M) seeks debate on fuller capital account convertibility
The Communist Party of India (Marxist) politburo has expressed "serious concern" that the Reserve Bank of India has initiated the implementation of the recommendations of the Tarapore Committee on fuller capital account convertibility despite ... More

New Consumer Affairs Secy
Mr Yashwant S. Bhave assumed charge as Secretary, Department of Consumer Affairs in the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution. An officer of Maharashtra cadre, Mr Bhave was special Secretary, Department of ... More

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