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At a full house in the Sovereign-I Hall of the Le Meridien hotel in Lutyens’ Delhi on August 22, famous personalities and familiar faces from the corporate world and the corridors of power gathered for the BT-CSR Excellence Awards 2017 to celebrate the extraordinary CSR activities undertaken by India Inc which are transforming the lives of the weaker sections of society and making the country a better place to live in.

As the NDA-II Government completed its three years in office recently, a Bureaucracy Today report shows that Prime Minister Narendra Modi “shines on many fronts but dims on unemployment”.

All you wanted to know about the appointments, transfers and extensions of services of bureaucrats in the recent days.

Is The Merger Really Worth?

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has taken an in-principle decision to divest 51% of the Union Government’s shareholding in Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) – a downstream Central public sector undertaking – in favour of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) – a PSU in the upstream segment. A Group of Ministers (GoM) under Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has been set up to work out the modalities of the merger which is expected to be completed within the current year. But is the merger really worth?

Is The Merger Really Worth?

4 mins

Modi Shines On Many Fronts But Dims On unemployment

The winds of 2019 Lok Sabha elections seem to have started blowing. This is the time for initiating a debate on the effectiveness of governance by the Narendra Modi regime. To govern a country of India’s size, population and diversity is indeed a herculean task and to assess the changes that impacted the life of the common man for three years is still more difficult.

Modi Shines On Many Fronts But Dims On unemployment

4 mins

'Mobile Congress Will Project India's ICT Potential To The World'

Every year in February, experts and the cream of global and Indian telecom products and services, IT professionals and networking products marketing heads gather at the coastal Spanish city of Barcelona to watch the live demonstration of various products that are yet to make their debut on the applications side, learn to sell their new line-ups and services amidst tight competition in the price sensitive and similar products market and above all sense the new technology. Then there is also the Asian event called the Mobile Congress of Shanghai which too attracts geeks and companies from across the world. It is also the destination for Indian companies and tech heads. But this September onwards, things may change. The India Mobile Congress (IMC) promises to match these events if not to replace them. The Indian event has also its share of controversy over the active participation of the number one mobile operator, Airtel, as Bharati Group chief Sunil Mittal has been elected Chairman for two years of the global GSM body, GSM Association (GSMA), which is the organiser of the Mobile World Congress – MWC Barcelona – the IMC’s rival event. Nevertheless, it’s a start that appears to be promising , at the right and the only right place. In an exclusive interview with Bureaucracy Today India Mobile Congress CEO Ramakrishna P says the IMC is not just an event, it’s going to be a trendsetter in networking and business opportunities, new product launches and emerging trends in technology. And add to this, the Telecom Department and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology have been its principal supporters. It does not get better than this.

'Mobile Congress Will Project India's ICT Potential To The World'

4 mins

Optimizing Real Estate Value

Over the last few decades, India has undergone rapid industrialization – predominantly in manufacturing “clusters” most of which thrive in and around the metropolitan cities of the country. Some of the prime movers for this rapid growth have been the steady increase in the per capita income propelling urbanization, and the accurate perception of India as a hub for cost-effective manufacturing. Another encouraging factor has been a supportive politicoeconomic climate which has fostered favourable conditions for more and more large MNCs to set up their operating units in India. Various initiatives like Skill India, Make in India and Start-up India that have been launched by the Government in recent times have significantly driven economic growth. All of this, in order to be successful, has required project management as an underlying enabling factor.

Optimizing Real Estate Value

2 mins

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