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 .
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Assam police gets remand of Chitraban Hazarika and Sasha Chaudhury even as the the banned insurgent outfit on Sarturday calls for 12 hour Assam bandh demanding their unconditional release. In a statement, ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa demanded that both the leaders must be produced before media to avoid missing like that in Bhutan.
According to Rajkhowa, the finance secretary and the acting general secretary were picked up on November 1 by a group of unidentified people at 12 midnight and since then they have been remaining untraced.
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Two Naga youth namey Nowang Konyak and Tazam Konyak have been arrested in connection with the illegal cutting of forest of the Abhayapur Reserve Forest by the Forest Officials of Namtula Beat Office in Sonari on 02-05-08.
Pix by UB Photos.
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Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi gave hint of a tough action on the dissident Congress MLAs for anti party activities saying that the party won’t tolerate these any longer.
Talking to reporters after the end of the meeting with party vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday, Gogoi said that the dissident MLAs won’t be spared until and unless they tender apology before the party leadership. He said under no circumstance, his government not collapsed.
Before that Gogoi along with PCC president Anjan Dutta discuss with Rahul Gandhi the state’s political situation after Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma deserted the party. General secretary Dr CP Joshi was also present in the meeting.