SBI meets on economy revival
A high level consultative meeting was held today 24th of August in Guwahati at NEDFI House with stakeholders by State Bank of India presided over by SBI Chairman Shri Rajnish Kumar, accompanied by SBI Chief General Manager, North East Circle Shri Sunil Kumar Tandon , his team and members of other public sector Banks.
The objective of the meeting was to consult industry representatives for generation of ideas to give a boost to the economy which has slowed down in recent months .
Federation of Industry and Commerce of North Eastern Region (FINER) was represented by Shri R.S. Joshi , immediate past Chairman , Shri Bajrang Lohia , Vice President and Shri Ajay Agarwal, member .
During the deliberations FINER delegation put forward specific reasons for decline in business confidence and submitted concrete suggestions which can be implemented by the Banking sector to revive confidence , ensure ease of doing business and augment investments .
The role of the Banks in reviving the investment sentiments was emphasized by FINER towards the ultimate goal of making India a $ 5 Trillion economy .
The suggestions were appreciated and would be integrated into Pan India policy initiatives and the road map which the Banking sector will now be carving out .
3 Jun 2015 - 2:49pm | AT News
Both the Centre and Nagaland governnment are worried ove the recent mess in the ceasefire with NSCN-K.
The impending implication thereof figured in the meeting between chief minister T R Zeliang and Union home minister Rajnath Singh at New Delhi recently.
The duo discussed in detail the prevailing law and order situation in the state in view of the insurgent activities.
The chief minister apprised Singh of the on going violent activities, extortion and other unlawful acts.
Nagaland home minister Y Patton, Union home secretary L C Goyal were also present in the meeting.
11 Jan 2008 - 3:05am | editor
Two country-made bombs have been recovered in the New Delhi-bound North East Express from Guwahati on Friday morning. This has forced delay in the train to halt at a railway station in Bihar.
According to information, a passenger spotted the bombs at 6.30 in the morning and informed it to the driver of the train. These bombs were wrapped in a newspaper lying under the seat.
The bombs were then put into a water-filled bucket for defusing at the platform.
The train was allowed to resume its journey after being stopped for about two hours.
19 Jun 2010 - 7:24pm | Juthika Das
As a part of its ongoing development initiative programme for the local, a Multi Purpose Sports Complex was inaugurated by Maj Gen NS Ghei, General Officer Commanding Red Horn Division in Sorbhong on Jule 18.
This state of the art Sports complex, equipped with all modern amenities will help nurture the young talent of the state, and will go a long way in fulfilling the aspirations and dreams of the youngsters of the state. The Army has been undertaking numerous projects on military-civic action programmes that focus on providing opportunities for inclusive growth for the people of Assam. These programs have provided the multiplier effect to propel growth and development of the region.
This Multi Purpose Sports Complex is a dream come true for the people of Sorbhong which has a talented pool and has produced a number of outstanding sports persons at both the state and national levels. The indoor stadium has facilities for Basket Ball, Volleyball, Badminton and Table Tennis. Additionally, the ground adjacent to the complex has been renovated to meet the standard specifications of a football ground.
General Officer Commanding Red Horn Division in his address, highlighted the Indian Army’s efforts in assisting and partnering with the locals and the civil administration in development of the region through various infrastructure projects, creation of sports facilities, Vocational Training Centres, educational projects and the conduct of National Integration Tours.
Dedicating the sports complex to the people of Sorbhog, the General Officer Commanding reiterated that the sports complex would provide a further impetus for promoting sporting activities in the region and will go a long way in paving a way for a much more robust, advanced, youth centric and developed region.