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Assam Tea workers worst-hit as industry faces hard times: Study 14.10.2019 The Shillong Times
GUWAHATI:  The workers in Assam Tea estates are the worst hit because of the lean phase that is being faced by the tea industry at this juncture. It has been revealed in a research study carried out recently by Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) and Oxfam India. Assam government’s commitment to increase the minimum […]
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PM holds meeting with Netherlands King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima 14.10.2019 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday met the visiting Netherlands King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima and held talks on bilateral and global issues. During their six-day stay in India, the King and the Queen will also travel to Maharashtra and Kerala. The King will also hold discussions with President Ram Nath Kovind. The […]
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Brexit deal 'possible this week': Irish minister 14.10.2019
Luxembourg: A Brexit deal could be possible as early as this week, Ireland's Deputy Prime Minister said Monday, after a weekend of intense talks between Britain and the EU. With time running out before a crucial EU summit on Thursday, diplomats are warning the two sides are still some way apart on the vital question of how to manage trade and customs on the island of Ireland. As talks between officials restarted in Brussels, Irish Deputy PM and foreign minister Simon Coveney urged caution but said a deal to avoid Britain crashing out without divorce arrangements in place could be reached. "A deal is possible and it's possible this month. It may even be possible this week, but we're not there yet," Coveney told reporters as he arrived for talks with EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg. "As (EU negotiator) Michel Barnier said yesterday, there's still a lot of work to be done so I hope that we can make more progress today." "On Brexit the less we say now the ...
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Shahid Kapoor to star in Hindi remake of Telugu film 'Jersey' 14.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The Hindi remake will be helmed by director Gowtam Tinnanuri, who also directed the original Telugu movie, which starred actor Nani.
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Over 10,000 HAL employees launch countrywide indefinite strike over wage revision 14.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The union leader also said the employees have hit the streets in protest.
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Brand helping SMEs to multifold their Business this festive season 14.10.2019
The festive season is here and most brands, especially those in the e-commerce sector, are expecting business to pick up pace after a period of lull because of the economic slowdown in the last five months. Businesses are going more on mobile, and this year most of the festive shopping will be done on smartphones than ever before. E-commerce companies, which see a large chunk of their sales during the festive season, starts preparing for festive sales months in advance — ramping up logistics and hiring thousands of temporary workers to ensure timely delivery of products. But to increase the sales this festive year than before there are companies helping e-commerce sector to multi-fold their business. Shopmatic International e-commerce company Shopmatic is gives small businesses a chance to set up their digital shops. Despite e-commerce being the sunrise sector in India, not all SMBs, hobbyists, craftspersons, artisans and businesses have embraced ...
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FPIs pull out over Rs 6,200 crore in October so far 14.10.2019
New Delhi: Foreign portfolio investors withdrew over Rs 6,200 crore from Indian capital markets in the first two weeks of October, as global recession fears and trade war concerns weighed on sentiments. Foreign investors pulled out a net amount of Rs 4,955.2 crore from the equities and Rs 1,261.9 from the debt segment, taking the total net withdrawal to Rs 6,217.1 crore during October 1-11, as per latest depositories data. Overseas investors were net buyers in the preceding month and had infused a net sum of Rs 6,557.8 crore in the domestic capital markets (both equities and debt), according to the data. The foreign portfolio investors (FPI) in October went back in "hibernation mode" after remaining net sellers in September when the inflows were driven by slew of economic reforms announced by the government, said Himanshu Srivastava, senior analyst manager research at Morningstar Investment. "However, things have remained muted after that, as FPIs have turned risk-averse with fears of ...
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'There's a way forward for Brexit that could secure interests,' says Boris Johnson 14.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Britain said the latest talks had been 'constructive' and there would be more talks on Monday.
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UP man digs pit to bury daughter, finds infant girl alive in pot three feet below 14.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The details of the girl's parents, who had attempted to bury her alive were yet to be ascertained, police said.
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SBI customers lament lack of facilities in Kharkutta 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
SBI customers lament lack of facilities in Kharkutta
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20 model fruit villages to come up across NE 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
20 model fruit villages to come up across NE
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Arunachal to form panel to safeguard indigenous people’s rights: Khandu 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Arunachal to form panel to safeguard indigenous people’s rights: Khandu
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Conservationist attends world youth wildlife summit in SA 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
Conservationist attends world youth wildlife summit in SA
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World Bank slashes India’s growth rate 14.10.2019 The Assam Tribune
World Bank slashes India’s growth rate
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UP man digs pit to bury daughter, finds infant girl alive in pot three feet below 14.10.2019
Bareilly: In a bizarre twist of fate, a trader here in Uttar Pradesh found a newborn girl in an earthen pot, which was buried almost three feet below the ground, while he had gone to inter his daughter, who died minutes after being born prematurely. Hitesh Kumar Sirohi, the trader, rescued the girl and fed her milk using cotton. The girl is currently admitted to a private hospital. According to Superintendent of Police (city) Abhinandan Singh, Sirohi"s wife Vaishali is a sub-inspector posted in Bareilly.  "She was admitted to a private hospital after she complained of labour pain on Wednesday. On Thursday, she gave birth to a seven-month premature girl, who died within a few minutes," Singh said on Sunday. Sirohi had gone to bury his daughter on Thursday evening, the officer said, adding, "As the pit was being dug, at a depth of three feet, the spade hit an earthen pot, which was pulled out. There was a baby girl lying in it." The girl was alive and breathing heavily, ...
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Row forces Ravi Shankar Prasad to backtrack 14.10.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Minister says Oppn 'twisted out of context' remarks on films and economy.
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State MP highlights India’s achievements in gender neutrality 14.10.2019 The Shillong Times
Intl Parliamentary Union session NEW DELHI: Wansuk Syiem, Rajya Sabha MP from Meghalaya, on Sunday highlighted various issues in gender neutrality in the session of the International Parliamentary Union at Belgrade. Over 1700 parliamentarians, UN officials and society partners from around the world started the five-day 141st IPU Assembly at Belgrade. Under the overarching theme of Strengthening international law: […]
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FM Sitharaman to meet CEOs of PSU banks on Monday 14.10.2019 PTI: All news
FM Sitharaman to meet CEOs of PSU banks on Monday
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FPIs pull out over Rs 6,200 cr in Oct so far 14.10.2019 PTI: All news
FPIs pull out over Rs 6,200 cr in Oct so far
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USD 60 bn investment coming in gas infrastructure: Pradhan 14.10.2019 PTI: All news
USD 60 bn investment coming in gas infrastructure: Pradhan
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