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Internet a bad influence on morals, says Pew survey PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN|Washington| March 23, 2015 |A majority of people in emerging and developing nations say the internet is good for spreading education, reveals a new survey done across 32 countries. They also see the internet as a good influence on personal relationships and the economy but offer a mixed view on other impacts, according to Pew Global Attitudes survey. “Once online, internet users in emerging and developing nations have embraced socialising as their most preferred type of digital activity,” the report said Monday.

 
Drabu: New Budget will herald economic surf-engine of industry revival PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News|Jammu| March 10, 2015|Assuring that the new Budget would help the local industry besides ensuring the revival of economy, Minister for Finance, Mr. Haseeb Drabu Tuesday said that it would be a comprehensive one, catering to needs of different sections of the society.

 
Bukhari for upgrading mobile, internet connectivity in J&K PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News|Jammu| March 10, 2015|Raising the issue of poor connectivity within the Secretariat and the Legislature Complex, the Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs and Relief and Rehabilitation, Syed Basharat Bukhari, Tuesday directed the concerned officers to identify a place for erecting a mobile tower in the Secretariat, while also taking steps to upgrade the nearest tower in the area so that the problem of poor connectivity is addressed at the earliest. The directions were given by the Minister, while discussing issues related to mobile and internet connectivity with the Chief General Manager BSNL, R. N. Sudhakar here at the Civil Secretariat.The meeting was also attended by Commissioner Secretary GAD, Mohammad Ashraf Bukhari, Law Secretary, Mohammad Ashraf Mir and Secretary Legislative Assembly, M. Ramzan,

 
JK Bank concludes training Programme for women PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News|Srinagar| Mar 7, 2015|J&K Bank Rural Self Employment Training Institute (RSETI) Pulwama concluded an entrepreneurship development Programme for women on Food Processing and Crewel Embroidery Saturday.Additional Deputy Commissioner

 
Moody’s: RBI’s CCCB guidelines credit positive for banks PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN|New Delhi| Feb12, 2015 |Rating agency Moody’s on Thursday said the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) recent guidelines on the countercyclical capital buffer (CCCB) are credit positive for the domestic lenders though the norms are unlikely to be activated in the current year. “The guidelines are credit positive for Indian banks because they make clear that banks will be required to hold the additional capital amid periods of rapid credit growth,” Moody’s said in a report. Last week, Reserve Bank of India had issued guidelines on when it would require Indian banks to maintain

 
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