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  • AGM: Battling tough time Kribhco emerges stronger

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    There was optimism on the occasion of the 37th Annual General Meeting of the fertilizer behemoth Kribcho as the future prospect of growth looked bright. Delegates were hugely relieved as soon as the KRIBHCO Managing Director Nannapaneni Sambasiva Rao informed that after three years of tough time, the cooperative behemoth is inching towards growth and prosperity in the AGM held at NCUI auditorium i ......
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  • RBI restricts us from giving optimum dividend: Chairman, VCB

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    Addressing the 102nd General Body meeting of Visakhapatnam Cooperative Bank it Chairman Chalasani Raghavendra Rao said the UCB has earned a profit of Rs. 31.29 crore and declared dividend of 12% on share capital for the 2016-17. Rao said the bank is strengthening its position by acquiring more and more assets every year. The bank had Rs. 117.41 crore reserves for the year 2016-17. The AGM was h ......
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  • Singh is serious about ending power-grabbing by proxy

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    “Several leaders have been controlling cooperative societies since years and thus denying ordinary members an opportunity to work for the cooperative movement”, said Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh while addressing the Valedictory Function of the Birth Centenary of Laxmanrao Inamdar in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Singh warned that if this situation would not change, the number of ......
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  • NAFED AGM pays condolences to delegates killed in accident

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    The three delegates of NAFED from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu were killed when their SUV fell from a flyover after hitting a Tamil Nadu government bus at Thekkalur in Tirupur district on Friday. NAFED Board Members and delegates paid condolence to the departed souls in the Annual General Meeting held on Saturday in Delhi. The deceased were coming to the city from Pallipalayam in Namakkal when the mi ......
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  • Govt prepares to snatch PMCH off co-op fold

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    Paying the liabilities and the loan taken from HUDCO by Pariyaram Medical College Hospital (PMCH), Kerala govt has indicated its intention to control the medical institution working in the cooperative sector, reports Times of India. The state govt will pay Hudco Rs 262 crore in two years, says a source. Official sources say the government would take over the medical college and retain it as an ......
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  • Sholinghur Milk Co-op Secretary arrested

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    Anti-corruption police have arrested the secretary of Sholinghur Milk Cooperative Society in Tamil Nadu on the charge of demanding and accepting bribe. Police have also seized unaccounted cash of Rs.1,70,000 from the office of the society’s president, reports Hindu. Police action followed a complaint from a person employed as a clerk in the society. The society's secretary was taking a bri ......
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  • A vocabulary of ‘co-operative keywords’

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    By Anca Voinea The Co-operative College is collaborating with Manchester Metropolitan University to produce a vocabulary of co-operative keywords. The idea for the Co-operative Keywords Project came from a shared interest between Dr Cilla Ross (a work historian, sociologist and vice-principal at the Co-operative College) and philosophers Dr Keith Crome (Manchester Metropolitan University) an ......
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  • Housing Manual-Empty Mandate to Maha CHS Law - 2

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    By I C Naik The study of scarcely known Housing Manual was commenced notwithstanding it’s an empty legal rhetoric for the management of housing societies. It still exists as a binding document in the form of “97A Directions” issued for proper management of housing societies, pursuant to the power conferred by the State Lawmakers. For non-compliance, the office bearers could face a 2 term ......
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  • Housing Manual-Empty Mandate to Maha CHS

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    By I C Naik Hardly known provisions of Section 79A of the M C S Act 1960, virtually vest the power of the State legislature to the bureaucracy to legislate on housing societies. If the State Government (the bureaucracy) is satisfied that It is in the public interest or to secure the proper management of the business of the society generally, or for preventing the affairs of the socie ......
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  • Want to succeed, think regional first

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    By RS Sodhi, MD GCMMF So many people ask me that why is it that no other brand is able to succed in the dairy segment? The reason is simple, the business goals or the objectives are diagonally opposite. As a CEO for a co-operative I have to buy my raw material, of which 90% of the cost is of milk, which is high. And I have to sell my finished product at such a price, that I can buy all the raw ......
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