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MDP programme at LBSIM
A Management Development Programme on public-private partnership was held at Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management’s (LBSIM) Dwarka campus. The programme was for middle and senior level executives of infrastructure companies, PSU companies in infrastructure sector like roads, highways, ports and airports sectors, power sectors, bank and financial institutions.
The programme facilitated with valuable inputs from experts like Cherian Thomas, chief executive officer, IDFC; Anand Srivastava, senior consultant, prof PremSibal and Dr VK Mehta through case studies.
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Ruling Samajwadi Party will hold a mega rally to be addressed by party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav at Deoria of eastern Uttar Pradesh on December 20, even as the third phase of Mulayam Sandesh Yatra starts from Friday. Party sources said that the next public meeting of the party would be held at Deoria where Mulayam Singh Yadav will be the chief guest while state SP chief Shivpal Singh Yadav would...
For god's sake, do your job. You (MPs) are meant to transact business in Parliament (and not to disrupt).
Rahul Gandhi is competing with Arvind Kejriwal in TRP politics by levelling baseless charges on daily basis.
We (India and the US) are both multicultural societies, but nevertheless, hold together extremely well.