Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE), an apex professional organisation representing public sector enterprises (PSE) is promoting excellence in them and enabling them to be globally competitive. UD Choubey, director general, SCOPE spoke to Hindustan Times.
RJD president and former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav hit the ground in Patna with a ‘parivartan’ rally. In an interview with Anirban Guha Roy
, Prasad spoke of his growing distaste for the Nitish Kumar government.
Mani Shankar Aiyar, former Panchayat Raj minister and chairman of the expert committee on leveraging Panchayats for efficient delivery of public goods and services explains what it aims in a chat with Varghese K George.
External affairs Salman Khurshid spoke to HT about the recent India-China stand-off and the related developments. Jayanth Jacob reports.
Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Limited (FACT) was founded in 1943 and has pioneered the culture of chemical fertilisers in India. Its chairman and managing director (CMD) Jaiveer Srivastava, who assumed charge recently, spoke to HT
on a range of issues.
Karnataka chief minister Jagadish Shettar was the face of the BJP's election campaign. He spoke to HT
from Hubli, his constituency. Naveen Ammembala
I met Sarabjit last in February this year, the day Afzal Guru was hanged in India. He appeared visibly worried, said Awais Sheikh, counsel for Sarabjit Singh in Pakistan in an interview with HT. Puja Changoiwala reports.
Established as a Government of India enterprise in 1960, the National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) today has metamorphosed into a 'Mini Ratna Category I PSE' and is rated "excellent" over the past many years for its consistently upward performance. Its new chairman cum MD, Anoop Kumar Mittal spoke to HT on a range of issues. Excerpts
Everybody knows there's political interference when action is to be taken against illegal buildings, Thane municipal commissioner RA Rajeev said on Tuesday. But Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) is now aggressively cracking down on all unauthorised structures. Excerpts from the interview:
As per data from the cyber wing, the number of money-related offences, particularly credit and debit card frauds, have witnessed a substantial increase. Puja Changoiwala asks Himanshu Roy.
Delhi-based environment lawyer Rahul Choudhary, who is currently assisting the National Green Tribunal on pollution matters, spoke to Darpan Singh on the Capital's depleting green cover despite spending huge sums on plantation and the possible ways to arrest the slide. Darpan Singh reports.
Mukhi has written more than 80 books on technology and cyber safety. The number of cybercrimes reported has witnessed a gradual and substantial increase over the past few years. HT speaks to cyber expert Vijay Mukhi.
South Delhi Municipal Corporation Standing Committee chairman Rajesh Gehlot talked to HT about the state of parks in the area. Excerpts from the nterview to Ritam Halder.
With a view to portray the public sector's contribution to India's economic and social growth, Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE), has instituted the Public Sector Day on April 10, every year.
Albert Christopher Dhas is associate professor of economics at The American College in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. In 2008, Dhas co-wrote a paper titled Social Security for Unorganised Workers in India.