SAIL CMO apprises Eastern Region Customers of its new products

In a bid to apprise customers about SAIL’s new, value-added product basket, following the commissioning of several new mills in the company’s recently modernised integrated steel plants, SAIL’s Central Marketing Organisation (CMO) organised a Customers’ Meet . As many as 40 major customers of SAIL in the eastern region, including Bridge &… Read More

Michael G. Vickers joins BAE Systems Inc as Director

“Mike brings a tremendous amount of experience and expertise from a distinguished career in the U.S. military and as a national security advisor in both Republican and Democratic administrations,” said Michael Chertoff, chairman, BAE Systems, Inc. board of directors. “His knowledge of the needs and challenges of defense and intelligence customers… Read More

Wi – Fi Service Facility to Railway Passengers

Wi-Fi facility with free access to rail passengers for first 30 minutes in a day is proposed to be provided at all A1 (75), A (332) and B(302) i.e. total 709 railways stations. For period after 30 minutes the service will be available on payment.

Initially the Wi-Fi service is proposed to be provided at 400 nos. of A1 and A category stations. For B category stations… Read More

Minimum Government and Maximum Governance

Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Dr. Jitendra Singh has stated that a citizen friendly and accountable administration is the focus of the government.  A series of steps to achieve this goal have been initiated.  These include simplification of procedures,… Read More

UK-INDIA, 2016 -Year of Education, Research and Innovation Launched

India and United Kingdom launched a joint initiative “2016: UK-INDIA Year of Education and Research” in New Delhi. Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani highlighted the importance of mobility of students and faculty and expressed hope that, under the GIAN Program, more UK academicians would… Read More

100 More Flood Forecasting Stations to be Setup

Central Water Commission (CWC) under Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation will set up 40 flood forecasting stations for the first time in the States of Arunachal Pradesh (3), Himachal Pradesh (1), Kerala (2), Rajasthan (12), Sikkim (8) and Tamil Nadu (14) during the current five year plan. In addition to this 60 more flood … Read More

Guidelines Governing Adoption of Children 2015 updated

Minister of Women and Child Development, Smt Maneka  Gandhi has updated that the  main features of the ‘Guidelines Governing Adoption of Children 2015’ include: provisions for linking the orphan/abandoned/surrendered children of all Child Care Institutions (CCIs) to the adoption system, making the entire adoption process online, treating… Read More

P K Singh appointed Chairman of Steel Authority of India SAIL

Shri P. K Singh, presently posted as Chief Executive Officer(CEO) in Durgapur Steel Plant Jharkhand, has been appointed as Chairman of Steel Authority of India Limited, Govt.of India.

Shri Singh is an alumnus of IIT-Roorkee and started his career in SAIL at its Bokaro Steel Plant in 1980. Singh also worked in IISCO Steel Plant, Durgapur Steel Plant and Bokaro… Read More

Singapore Air Force ‘basic wings course’ celebrates 50,000 Flying Hours

Through the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) Basic Wings Course (BWC) program, Lockheed Martin and teammates Pilatus Aircraft and Hawker Pacific have delivered 50,000 flying hours and trained more than 300 pilots since 2008.

“The Basic Wings Course is a critical segment of the RSAF’s pilot generation pipeline. A key enabler for us to achieve thisRead More

I S Dani former IAS appointed Chairman of Land Reforms Commission,MP


I. S. Dani former IAS  (Madhya Pradesh 1981) presently posted as Director General, RCVP Noronha Academy of Admin & Management, Madhya Pradesh, has been appointed Chairman of the Land Reforms Commission in Madhya Pradesh. wishes the very best.… Read More

Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Young Adults : Lower risk of CVD deaths

Summary:Cardiorespiratory fitness in young adults was associated with lower risk of cardiovascular disease and death but it was not associated with the development of coronary artery calcification in a long-term study of a large racially diverse group of US adults, according to an article.

Cardiorespiratory fitness in young adults was associated with… Read More