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Oil and Gas installations are attractive targets for terrorists: Dr Ajay Kumar

Oil and Gas installations have never been safe – in the water, or above the ground. Every sector of the oil and gas fuel cycle is vulnerable to terrorist threats.

Bank Frauds: Nothing is immoral or unethical

Banking today is not what it used to be. The relationship between the banker and the customer - even the reliability of commitments made by either of them- is at stake. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) is the eyes, nose, and voice of around 6 crore merchants, 40000 affiliates and stakeholders in all formats of trade, association, group, sector or industry in the field of commerce and industry all over the Country. Headquartered at “Vyapar Bhawan” in New Delhi, its objective is two way communications and meaningful dialogue between the industry and Government to thrash out solutions acceptable to all the stake holders. Excerpts of an exclusive interview between CAIT National President B. C. Bhartia and Taazakhabar News:

DTC buses: doing the best with half – the equipment, manpower and resources

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) – is today like an aged widow, past her prime. It does not have more than half the things required to run an efficient transport service. There are not enough buses. Even if floats tenders there aren’t many manufacturers who can make a delivery on demand. There is always a time-lapse as each of them does not have the capacity to manufacture more than 100 buses a month. To top it all there is an acute shortage of drivers and conductors

Arya Samaj has a great future ahead

Arya Samaj –meaning; a society of nobles — is a non-political, spiritual and social organization campaigning in favour of women's education and widow remarriage while opposing caste discrimination. The main purpose behind the organization was to reform orthodox Hinduism in India.

CNG can help travel long distances in India

Agility India P. Ltd. created a big splash in the Indian mobility market recently when it unveiled clean, eco-friendly, long-range Type IV Composite CNG Cylinders for the first time in India. These cylinders are not only 70% lighter than the Type - I steel cylinders currently being used in India but also provide more storage capacity on-board to cover approximately 800- 1000 KM per fill. The new technology will not only save costs but also revolutionize long distance travel and reduce the long queues at the CNG filling stations. Agility Fuel Solutions, Regional Director Ravindra Vashisht speaks his mind in an exclusive interview to Taazakhabar News

“Advantek ethos: Green Earth and clear Blue Sky”

Advantek Fuel Systems Private Limited created a big splash in the Indian mobility market by introducing clean, eco-friendly, Composite CNG Cylinders for the first time in India. These cylinders are not only 70% lighter than the Type - I steel cylinders currently being used in India but also provide more storage capacity on-board to cover 800- 1000 KM per fill.

Doctors in Distress

Are Doctors God? Is it possible for them to save the life of all the people they cure? Doctors too can make mistake and go wrong sometimes, but do two wrongs make one right? Imagine the plight of a doctor working in a one-man nursing home in a remote god-forsaken place. Is it possible for a single or couple of doctors to attend to all patients 24 x 7, like a big hospital with full-fledged multi-disciplinary staff? Even Doctors too have their families and need some time to rest and relax. No doubt there has been an erosion of ethics and morality in the medical profession over the years but does this give people a right to kill Doctors for every patient they fail to revive?

Medical profession is a slave of the ‘for-profit’ healthcare system

Secretary General Indian Medical Association, Dr. RV Asokan has the pulse of the medical profession in his hands. He knows the issues that affect the heart and soul of the medical profession and exactly how and why medical ethics are being compromised. Excerpts from an interview:

‘Indian Army needs the Base Workshops to win wars’

The Gen Shekatkar Committee made some 168 recommendations but the Government accepted only 68 and ordered the whole report to be kept confidential. The manner in which the government has selectively accepted some recommendations and swept a large part of the study under the carpet has raised many eyebrows.

Gen Jacob’s last interview before his death

Lt Gen Jacob had only one regret while others like Sam Manekshaw were hailed as heroes of 1971 war - he who convinced Gen Niazi to surrender wasn’t even recommended for a war medal.

Today we’ve to be better than our juniors: Salman Khan

"The challenges (of our profession) changes with time. So at every given point it's going to change," Salman

I’m more comfortable behind the camera: Ajay Devgn

Ajay's film will face competition from Karan Johara’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, and Anushka Sharma, which will release alongside “Shivaaya” on Diwali 2016.

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