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GoI launches CCTNS Digital Police Portal to fast-track Criminal Justice System

  *Deepak Razdan As crime continues to grow, and criminals turn tech-savvy, police investigators across States face a tough challenge to bring the law-breakers to justice.The situation is,however, undergoing a revolutionary change. The Digital Police Portal launched by the Government of India as part of the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS), in August this year, will not ... Read More »

Intervention of the United Nations Must for Peace In Kashmir

  Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai New York, October 1, 2017. In a memorandum submitted to Mr. Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations, Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Secretary General, World Kashmir Awareness Forum and Barrister Sultan Mehmood Choudhary, former Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir highlighted the following: We are writing to urge a leadership role of the United ... Read More »

The Rise and fall of a Broom

Aasima Jan I am a broom. I am a brush of straw or of stiff strands. Today I will tell you my story of existence. I was now getting extinct day by day. I was replaced by brushes, mops, Vacuum cleaners, Hoovers etc. I was lost in modern technology. I was now the property of Safaii Wala (sweepers) and peons and they were also trying ... Read More »

For Gandhi Non-violence was akin to Swacchta

Sudhirendar Sharma India’s decisive battle against cleanliness and hygiene has got a fillip through ‘Swachhta Hi Seva’, Cleanliness is Service, which draws attention to making sanitation a shared responsibility. Embedded in the idea of this top-up initiative to the already ongoing ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ (SBM) is a clear invocation for the masses to shun the entrenched notion that cleanliness is ... Read More »

World Habitat Day

Aamir Amin Nowshahri World Habitat Day (WHD) is observed on the first Monday of October every year. The day was designated by the United Nations (UN) in 1985 with the idea to reflect on the state of towns and cities and the basic right of all to adequate shelter. World Habitat Day is also intended to remind the world of its collective ... Read More »

Defence Production: Marching Towards Self Reliance

*Arun Jaitely Can a nation aspiring to be a Super Power continue to depend on import of defence equipment and ignore the development of its Indigenous defence production or defence industrial base?  Definitely not.  Indigenous defence production or defence industrial base are the essential components of long term strategic planning of a country.  The heavy reliance on imports is not ... Read More »

From delivering services to creating unique experiences

For nearly two centuries, five-star hotels have been providing exceptional services, anticipating needs and customizing attendances to pamper guests and distinguish from competition. In today’s age of experience, more companies seek to adopt this model and create memorable brand experiences for their customers. The evolution of hospitality experiences The history of hospitality is characterised by the evolution of services: originally ... Read More »

GST roll-out – Complete transformation of the Indirect Taxation Landscape; Some minute details of how it happened

        New Delhi, June 30, 2017 (PBI): Goods and Services Tax (GST), a historic tax reform, will come into effect from tomorrow i.e.1st July, 2017. GST will completely transform the Indirect Taxation landscape in the country involving both the Central and State levies. In a departure from the normal practice, GST will be administered together by the Centre and States. ... Read More »

GST: The Biggest Ever Tax Reform

Ajay Kumar Chaturvedi Much awaited Goods and Services Tax (GST) will finally be a reality tonight that would radically change the way manufacturer, service provider, trader and eventually the consumer, pay taxes to the exchequer, both at the state and Central level, through a single levy, subsuming a plethora of indirect taxes and making India unified market.    WHAT IS GST? ... Read More »

National Statistics Day, 29th June – Role of P C Mahalanobis in Nation Building

    Ajay Kumar Gupta In the words of Prof. Mahalanobis “Statistics must have a clearly defined purpose, one aspect of which is scientific advancement and the other human welfare and national development.” And in both the aspects his contribution has been immense. He is rightly referred to as the chief architect of Indian statistical system as well as father ... Read More »