The comments come at a time when the Narendra Modi-led government is preparing a clean cooking strategy for the country.
Skills development minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy on Monday urged industry to partner with the government to achieve the robust target of imparting skills.
NITI Aayog said India is close to achieving 8 per cent GDP growth on the back of satisfactory progress on infrastructure development.
A central model legislation in this regards will be unveiled soon giving states the option to adopt the model act and legalise land lease, sources in NITI Aayog said.
Move will benefit the estimated nine crore inoperative accounts of subscribers switching jobs. Over Rs 30,000 crore is stuck in these accounts.
“There is no complaint available on record either from members/Union regarding non-payment of EPF dues by the company,” ministry said.
We do not follow 'beggar thy neighbour' macro-economic policies, PM Narendra Modi said taking a jibe at China
“Amid global problems, India is a haven of macro-economic stability and a beacon of hope, dynamism and opportunity,” PM Narendra Modi added.
"While some legislative changes that allow women to work in night shifts is happening in some states, most important thing to bridge the gap is education," Panagariya said.
India's merchandise exports in January shrank for the 14th straight month on continued weak demand from Europe, the south Asian nation's biggest market.
The call comes as policymakers the world over are struggling to revive their economies, which have been buffeted by slowing productivity and high debt.
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