"As the BJP government allows 100 per cent FDI in single brand retail by doing away
the requirement of 30 per cent sourcing through 'Make in India', the PM and FM's duplicity and doublespeak stand exposed," he said.
The ministry had proposed doing away
with the norm in the bill introduced in 2016 to amend the Companies Act.
"We have given three options but we are open to accept another formulation if someone suggests it." The aviation secretary, however, dismissed suggestions of linking the removal of the 520 rule and doing away
with the route dispersal guidelines, arguing that the two were not just introduced at different points in time but were also meant to serve different objectives.
OXFAM'S warning of an era of permanent food crisis, with demand outstripping supply, might just be a little more complex to resolve than doing away
with eating meat (Kelly Slade.
Says the Society's Executive Director, Sandy Krawitz, "With reckless abandon, families are doing away
with their own daughters, largely for economic reasons having to do with the high cost of marriage and dowries.
THERE is much publicity given to child poverty and old age poverty nowadays, would it not be prudent and wise, also fairly simple, to improve the old age situation by doing away
with tax on interest from banks and building societies for the over 70s, say ?
Geoff, Worcester Stupid innovations If doing away
with fractions will boost attendances, what next?
Those staff that walk about like cart horses in all weathers are the ones who are striking to try to keep a half-decent service, while managers up and down the country are intent on doing away
with as many jobs as possible and attacking our terms and conditions.
Saving the world and doing away
with poverty is tough going so who would begrudge the little fellow a few days off splashing about with his wife Ali and supermodel Helena Christensen?
with it would result in a significant increase in service quality here in The Bahamas and that would result in an immediate increase in this destination's appeal at a time when it especially needs it."
Overlooked in the news of salary cuts and layoffs at The New York Times yesterday was another cost-saving announcement: The paper is doing away
with the three-page index at the front of the "A" section that it launched just last year.