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Govt to link e-courts with land records

Centre government has planned to link e-court with land records and registration base in order to help bonafide buyers know if land is under any legal dispute. Key Points As of now, pilot project on linking eCourt with land records and registration database has been completed in states of Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Haryana. Department ..

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World Bank sanctions funds for Andhra’s SALT programme

According to Education Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Adimulapu Suresh, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) has sanctioned funds of Rs 1,860 crore to implementation of SALT programme. What is SALT Programme? SALT programme stands for “Supporting Andhra’s Learning Transformation” programme. This programme was launched with the aim of improving learning outcomes, quality of teaching ..

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World Bank’s Global Economic Prospects Update

According to the Global Economic Prospects Update released by World Bank, global economy is expected to expand 5.6 per cent in 2021. This would be the fastest post-recession pace in 80 years because of strong rebounds from a few major economies. Key Findings of prospects As per latest edition, many emerging markets & developing economies ..

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World Bank approves program to boost MSME sector

World Bank has approved a USD 500 million program to boost MSME sector in India. World Bank Programme World Bank programme called “USD 500 million Raising and Accelerating Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) Performance (RAMP) Program” aims to improve performance of five lakh 50 thousand MSMEs. It was announced because out of 58 million ..

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World Bank: Recent data on Global Remittance

The World Bank recently released its “Migration and Development Brief”. The report said that the remittance flows to the low-income and middle-income countries were 1.9% lower in 2020 as compared to that of 2019. It was 540 billion USD in 2020 and 548 billion USD in 2019. Key Findings The reduction in remittance inflows were ..

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