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Indore: Labourer falls during flyover construction work, dies

Indore: Labourer falls during flyover construction work, dies

He was working on the mobile pillar to install girder when the accident happened at about 9 am.

Labour must go back to socialism

Labour must go back to socialism

Quite the reverse. Those voting on Thursday moved in the opposite direction. Second, that Labour needs to restate the policies that almos...Read More

Mumbai: BEST to go on indefinite strike from August 6, staff demands new wages agreement

Mumbai: BEST to go on indefinite strike from August 6, staff demands new wages agreement

The BEST Workers Union have also sent and official notice about the strike to the administration, to discuss and negotiate the labour iss...Read More

Head over heels: Company dress codes must be fair

Head over heels: Company dress codes must be fair

Every so often a piece of news pops up that makes you realise, that for every step women take to go forward, there is some hurdle placed ...Read More

Preparing incentive package for exporters to address their woes: Prabhu

Preparing incentive package for exporters to address their woes: Prabhu

New Delhi: The commerce ministry is preparing an incentive package for labour-intensive sectors like leather with a view to promoting shi...Read More

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Indore: Miscreants stab man to death, injure wife

Unidentified persons attacked a couple, who were sleeping in their hut, with sickle on Thursday early morning. In the attack, 28-year-old...Read More

Mothers with male infants, take note!

Mothers with male infants, take note!

Washington: According to a recent study, women who give birth to males are 71-79 per cent more likely to develop postnatal depression (PN...Read More

Population control has only a short-term benefit

Population control has only a short-term benefit

Winds of change are blowing in China. A one-child policy was implemented in the eighties. A family had to pay a hefty fine if it produced...Read More

Gujarat: Exodus of migrant workers continues; CM Rupani hits out at Rahul Gandhi

Gujarat: Exodus of migrant workers continues; CM Rupani hits out at Rahul Gandhi

Ahmedabad: The exodus of Hindi-speaking migrants from Gujarat after attacks on them in several parts of the state showed no signs of abat...Read More

Dialogue with Guru

Dialogue with Guru

The Marma of Dharma and Karma

Solvay India MD Mukesh Malhotra: In the last five years, we have expanded our footprint in India

Solvay India MD Mukesh Malhotra: In the last five years, we have expanded our footprint in India

Headquartered in Brussels, Solvay, a multi-specialty chemical and materials company, quietly touches the lives of millions of people ever...Read More

Mumbai: MBMC set to spend nearly Rs 4 crore for its civic elections slated for August 20

Mumbai: MBMC set to spend nearly Rs 4 crore for its civic elections slated for August 20

Bhayandar: When it comes to conduct of elections, a huge amount of resources and efforts is required, be it planning, labour, vigilance, ...Read More

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Survey: UK hit by Brexit labour shortages from EU

London : The UK is being hit by labour shortage from the European Union (EU) in the wake of the historic Brexit referendum last June, acc...Read More

GST, land reforms key to boost  India’s economic growth: IMF

GST, land reforms key to boost India’s economic growth: IMF

Beijing : Structural reforms, including GST and in areas like land and labour, will be key to boost India’s economic growth potential goi...Read More

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N Korea sentences American for spying

Pyongyang : The Supreme Court of North Korea on Friday sentenced South Korean man with American citizenship to 10 years of hard labour fo...Read More

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Pope denounces ‘cancer’ of exploitation in Italian city

Prato (Italy) : Pope Francis denounced the “cancer” of abusive labour practices during a visit today to the Italian industrial city of Pr...Read More

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More kids to boost Chinese economy

The two-child policy is expected to mean over 30 mn more people in the labour force by 2050

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Cellular signal can tell when woman goes into labour

Washington: Researchers led by an Indian-origin scientist have identified a cellular signal that could tell doctors when pregnant women a...Read More

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Extreme Left Jeremy Corbyn wins Labour poll in UK

London : Extreme left-wing MP Jeremy Corbyn was today elected leader of Britain’s main Opposition Labour Party in a landslide victory her...Read More

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H1-B visa violation: Infosys and TCS get clean chit from US

Nasscom said a deliberate attempt was being made to project the Indian IT sector wrongly without considering their  commitment to complia...Read More

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