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Ibrahimpur in Siddipet Assembly constituency emerged as the first village in the State and one of the few in the country to go completely cashless in financial transactions.
With the Sudheer panel submitting its report on upliftment on Muslims, it is up to the State government to ensure speedy implementation
the Centre and States should hand-hold industry and traders and support cashless transactions.
It is worth a research for all the developing and under-developed nations to study how remarkably the South Korean society achieved a change by just organising demonstrations without resorting to violence.
The difference in her untimely departure in comparison with that of MGR’s is that she fit the bill to fill the void then which is not quite the case now.
There will not be an immediate impact of IPTL on the tennis scenario but the young and budding players will be inspired seeing the star players in action.
Much before the SC order banning sale and stocking of firecrackers in Delhi, the Telangana government had made it mandatory for such shops to get licences from the Fire Services Department.
The demonetisation move may have created chaos, but it is only going to better the flow of physical cash within the economy, while driving the digital mandate.
For long, Sindhu had to be in the shadow of Saina. But she is all set to change the script.
It would not be a surprise if passengers think twice about accepting food served on the airline’s flights in future
Experts question the government move, which is just targeting ‘cash’ and ignoring other means of wealth and black money
The bombshell dropped by the Delhi Chief Minister will no doubt be a thorn in the flesh of the Prime Minister as it is likely to come up some day during the winter session of Parliament.
Given this background, it is understandable that the Chief Minister is seriously considering measures to tighten the belt.
As trust deficit has marred the chemistry between India and Pakistan beyond repair, escalation of skirmishes on the border cannot be ruled out.
While there is reason to feel a little heady with the US election outcome, one should restrain from going gung ho on this seemingly favourable wind blowing in India’s direction.
Liquidity crunch created by demonetisation will also increase usage of cheques, online transfers and payment wallets for day to day use.
There is an improved performance in major international tournaments much to the delight of the connoisseurs of the game.
Political parties must realise religion is a personal issue and politicians may confine their religious activity to visiting shrines of worship.
Industries and IT Minister KT Rama Rao has set out tougher targets to ensure that the State does not slip from the position of preeminence.
Ordering mere investigation into the controversy by the NIA or the CBI may not clear the apprehensions that the
probe would be impartial.