No need to worry: Minister on reports of government withdrawing Rs 2000 note
The government had in November 2016 demonetised Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 denominations notes.
SFIO begins probe against CG Power and Industrial Solutions, 15 group firms
The company had in August said that an investigation instituted b...
UK PM Johnson visits Hindu temple, vows to partner with PM Modi to build new India
Prime Minister Johnson vowed to partner with his Indian co...
UK General Election to throw up good result for Indian-origin candidates
"The next Parliament looks set to be our most-diverse ever - with more ethnic minority candidates likely to be elected whichever way the political pendulum swings on election night," says an analysis by the British Future think tank. The ethnic minority surge in the no. of MPs is expected to include all the Indian-origin MPs from the last election, except Labour's Keith Vaz.
Fiat Chrysler, UAW reach tentative labour deal
Both sides declined to offer details on the deal, but it includes a $9,000 bonus for workers when the agreement is ratified, a promise not to close any factories where vehicles are assembled for the next four years, and a commitment to keep making vehicles at a plant in Belvidere, Illinois.
View: US economy set fair for 2020, provided trade truce holds
Nonfarm employment was up by 1.46% in the three months between September and November.
Citizenship Amendment Bill: India terms USCIRF comments as 'unwarranted'
India on Tuesday termed the comments made by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) on the Citizenship (Amendment) Bi...
It has no locus standi: MEA on USCIRF's citizenship bill statement
In a statement issued on Monday, the US Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) alleged that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill enshrines a pathway to citizenship for immigrants that specifically excludes Muslims, setting a legal criterion for citizenship based on religion.
Keep small companies out of safety compliance: Indian Staffing Federation
“It would be practically difficult for small establishments to get registered and comply with the code engaging additional administrative and other personnel to monitor the health and safety parameters as envisaged in the code,” said Indian Staffing Federation president Rituparna Chakraborty.
More reforms needed to boost jobs, incomes: OECD
Restoring growth to the higher levels needed to provide ample jobs and ease inequality will require accelerating the pace of structural reforms to revive investment and exports.
Strong US job growth highlights economy's resilience
Nonfarm payrolls increased by 266,000 jobs last month, with manufacturing recouping all the 43,000 positions lost in October.
Wall Street jumps after bumper jobs data, upbeat tone on trade
The S&P index recorded 47 new 52-week highs and no new low, while the Nasdaq recorded 78 new highs and 18 new lows.
Labour ministry drops the plan to corporatise EPFO
The ministry’s proposal to corporatise the EPFO had faced severe criticism. In its latest draft code released in September, it had proposed a corporate structure to be headed by a CEO.
RSS-affiliate trade union urges withdrawal of anti-labour provisions
Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh, the RSS-affiliate trade union has urged the government to withdraw the anti-labour provisions of the Industrial Relations Code, 2019. BMS said, casualisation and contractualisation of workforce will lead to below quality productive activities in industrial sector and create an India of “casualised” labour.
With renewable energy, Rail ministry to transform Indian Railways into 'Green Railways'
Through the Power Sector Reform (PSR) programme, the MoU with DFID envisages to include co-operation for energy efficiency and energy self-sufficiency for Indian Railways.
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