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Dear Sir/ Madam Greetings from The Banking & Finance Post! The Banking & Finance Post, Asia and the Middle East’s premier B2B bimonthly magazine and a leading news portal, aims to do a special coverage of the year that was i.e 2018 and the way forward in 2019. We will cover all the important developments and innovations that brought in a transitional change in the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) sector. We also aim to highlight the new innovations that will change the face of the sector in 2019. We, therefore, invite all the BFSI stakeholders to participate in the initiative and help in spreading awareness among readers about innovations and major developments. Following are the topics on which we are inviting opinions/Articles and interviews: Growth plans of the brand in 2019Industrial Revolution 4.0 in the banking sectorNon-Banking Financial Companies and their futureDigital transformation in the BFSI sector  And many more…  You are requested to send us your…
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DISCRETIONARY LOAN WAIVER BY THE GOVT IS AN INSULT TO TAX PAYERS Rs. 44,000 crore farm loan waiver scheme in doldrums,6 months on & loan waiver is not a reality in Karnataka Eventually farmers of MP, Rajasthan & Chhattisgarh will know about your lying skills.Loan waiver scheme a cruel joke for Punjab? The loan waiver in Chhattisgarh, MP and Rajasthan not be easy and to  cost Rs 80,000 crore then the  the states to double the spending on agriculture. Yogendra Yadav‏. Farmers don’t want just a loan waiver. We want freedom from indebtedness which is:  Single instalment, Unconditional, Comprehensive (incl loan from sahukar) * Institutionalized thru Debt Relief Commission And, above all, comes with income guarantee via remunerative prices. There should be a national policy on farm loan waiver, says Finance Minister  INSTEAD OF LOAN WAIVER FARMERS SHOULD BE EMPOWERED TRADERS LOAN,TAX & PENALTY SHOULD ALSO BE WAIVED ON PATTERN OF FARMING LOAN WAIVER Trade …
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Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections, 2018: What Voters want and how they rate Government Performance

Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) conducted a survey in all Parliamentary constituencies of Madhya Pradesh during the period of August to November 2018, covering over15,000 respondents. This report presents the key findings of the Survey on the Expectations of the Voter and their perception.
The key objectives of this perception assessment are to generate: An improved understanding of the important needs of the voters.Momentum among key stakeholders for addressing priority areas.
To identify what are voter priorities in terms of governance issues like water, electricity roads, food, education and health, a list of 25 items were given to voters and they were asked to rate the issues as low, medium, high and not applicable for them.Along with the importance of these 25 issues, voters were also asked to rate the performance of their government on these particular issues and whether the pe…
GMDAC: Over 6,600 Migration Deaths Recorded in Africa Since 2013 ‘Just the Tip of the Iceberg’ You are hereHome › Press Room › Press Releases › GMDAC: Over 6,600 Migration Deaths Recorded in Africa Since 2013 ‘Just the Tip of the Iceberg’ Posted:  12/18/18 Themes:  IOM Berlin – Today (18/12) IOM’s Missing Migrants Project (MMP) will publish records from hundreds of eyewitness reports of deaths during migration in Africa, bringing the total number of deaths recorded on the continent to 1,386 this year. MMP researchers explain that with these latest data, the total number of deaths of migrants confirmed on the continent is an estimated 6,615 in just the last five years. The new records added today to 2018’s total – amounting to information on 1,014 previously unknown fatalities – are based on surveys conducted by the Mixed Migration Centre’s Monitoring Mechanism Initiative (4Mi). However, 4Mi’s surveys represent only a small fraction of the overall number of people on the move in Africa …
New Delhi, December 18, 2018
Ministry of Steel initiative of Make in Steel - Make in India #myLOVESTEELideas to popularise use of steel Turnaround of Steel CPSEs in 2017-18
The National Steel Policy 2017 and Domestically Manufactured Iron & Steel Products Policy 2017, has led to huge growth in both production and consumption of steel. The per capita consumption has risen from 59 kgs in 2013-14 to 69 kgs in 2017-18. India has produced 103 Million Tonnes of steel in 2017-18 and will soon become the second largest producer of steel in the world in the year 2018. The capacity of steel production has increased from 97 Million Tonnes in 2012-13 to 138 Million Tonnes in 2017-18. The Government of India’s emphasis and commitment to building infrastructure, Make-in-India and Smart City Mission has led to the consumption of steel growing dramatically. More than 50% production is in the secondary steel sector comprising of small producers spread across the country employing a large number of pe…