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    BMS paper leak: Seven arrested students were allowed to appear for examination

    Mumbai: Seven students who have been arrested in the paper leak case of the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) course of the Mumbai University (MU) were allowed to appear for their examination on Monday. The Mumbai University claimed these students have the right to appear for the semester examination because they are suspects and not accused yet.

  • Mumbai exam paper leak: WhatsApp chain busted, several students held

    Mumbai: The Mumbai police have arrested 10 people, including students and prime accused Kalpesh Bagul (27) who is a computer technician of a college based in Kandivali, in connection with the Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) student paper leak case registered with the Amboli police station on Thursday night.

  • BookMyShow expands its multilingual interface

    Mumbai: BookMyShow, India’s largest online entertainment ticketing brand, has now added four more regional languages to its multilingual interface. Users now also have the option to conveniently browse and transact on BookMyShow website and Android app in Marathi, Malayalam, Gujarati and Punjabi in addition to the earlier available Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and the default English option.

  • FinMin defends 8.7% EPF rate, cites lower earnings of EPFO

    New Delhi : The Finance Ministry defended its decision to pay 8.7 % interest on EPF saying last year’s surplus would have to be used to pay this rate even as the Labour Ministry assured RSS-backed trade union BMS that it would push for 8.8 % rate.

  • Not a leak ‘technically’

    Mumbai : Though the Mumbai University has conceded that the third year Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) paper might have reached students about 30 minutes before the exam was scheduled to begin on Friday, it fell short of calling it a ‘leak’.

  • RSS-affiliated BMS opposes proposed changes in Factories Act

    New Delhi: Raising strong objections to the proposed amendments in the Factories Act, RSS affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh has demanded key changes in it including reduction in working hours of workers from the proposed 12 to six hours a day. It has also sought decrease in the “threshold limit” (of workers employed) of factories to bring them under the purview of Factories Act. Since lessor number of workers are employed these days due

  • BMS celebrates its 60th foundation day

    Ujjain : Bharatiya Majdoor Sangh (BMS) celebrated its 60th foundation day at Union Office located at Ujjain Municipal Corporation, here on Thursday. Ramchandra Korat chaired the programme while State executive president Sultan Singh Shekhawat was the chief guest.

  • RSS

    RSS writ may derail Skill India plan

    Narendra Modi’s hope that India will emerge as the world’s “human resource capital” via his “Skill India” projects, just as China has become a global manufacturing hub, may not be fulfilled if the government continues to impose a RSS-inspired writ on educational and other institutions.

  • ‘Diwali time for Nagda labourers’: Minister Gaur

    Nagda : ‘Happiness has knocked at the doors of the laborers of Bharat Commerce Industry, which was shut down years ago. The laborers will get Rs 29 crore worth cheques due to constant attempts of Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS), which is an ideal organization fighting for welfare of the laborers for years with full dedication.’

  • Resolve to annihilate castes, Ambedkar asks governments

    Mumbai : Government should resolve and actively participate in annihilating castes, senior Dalit leader Adv Prakash Ambedkar has said. Ambedkar who turned 61 was felicitated here at the Y B Chavan auditorium by the Democratic Front.

  • Trade unions slam govt’s ‘anti-labour’ policy, threaten stir

    New Delhi: Hardening their stance against what they charged was the “anti-labour” policies of the Narendra Modi government, the central trade unions today warned that they would intensify their protest over its “pro-corporate” outlook and may even hold a nationwide strike.