User: leigh Topic: Informal Sector
Category: Informal Sector
Last updated: Jun 19 2018 09:33 IST RSS 2.0
 
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DNA Edit: PM Narendra Modi wants inclusive double-digit growth 19.6.2018 DNA: Bangalore
DNA Edit: PM Narendra Modi wants inclusive double-digit growth
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What about e-waste? 18.6.2018 Hindu: Gadgets
A look at India’s e-waste regulations and what you can do to manage your e-waste
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Domestic helps helpless for lack of rules 17.6.2018 Hindu: News
SEWA plans campaign for safe working places
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T.N. ranked 13 in hawkers’ welfare 17.6.2018 Hindu: Home
The State has achieved 71.68% of the target under the National Urban Livelihoods Mission
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Labour that we fail to see 16.6.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
On Saturday, yet another International Domestic Workers’ Day passed by. The day was largely forgotten, just as the millions who toil in homesteads as ‘domestic help,’ with pittance for pay and, often enduring physical, mental and sexual harassment, were. India is one of the countries that are yet to ratify the International Labour Organisation’s Convention on Decent Work for Domestic Workers. Although work on a draft national policy for domestic workers began years ago, nothing has happened so far.
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Congress starts campaign to protect domestic helps’ rights 16.6.2018 Hindu: News
Over one lakh workers will send in postcards to PM Modi
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Whither quality healthcare? 16.6.2018 Hindu: Fitness
India ranks 145 among 195 countries in healthcare access and quality index. Students talk about the need to improve facilities
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Beat plastic: Yes, but how? 16.6.2018 Citizen Matters
Despite rules and bans in place, attempts to beat plastic use and pollution in our cities have been hardly effective. Experts weigh in on what could be done to change that. »
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SIT says Sri Ram Sene man Waghmore had shot Gauri 15.6.2018 Hindu: Rx
‘Eyewitnesses picked him out after an identification parade’
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Cess collected for construction workers too low for their welfare 14.6.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
NCC-CL, which has moved SC, says the average amount being collected per worker per year is only ₹477.10
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Raccoon Conquers Skyscraper, Becomes Overnight Internet Sensation 14.6.2018 NDTV News - Latest
America breathed a sigh of relief on Wednesday after a scruffy brown raccoon was captured safe and sound following a perilous climb up a skyscraper in the northern state of Minnesota.
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Raccoon conquers U.S. skyscraper 13.6.2018 Hindu: News
America breathed a sign of relief after the scruffy brown animal was rescued
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Road Built Over Dog's Body In Agra. It Was Alive, Allege Residents 13.6.2018 NDTV News - Cities
Residents allege the dog was alive. According to them, the animal was howling in pain but the construction workers ignored it and continued laying the road.
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Crime Branch of Delhi Police arrests accused in murder case of juvenile hawker 13.6.2018 DNA: Money
The Crime Branch of the Delhi Police has arrested an accused for the murder of a juvenile hawker, who had refused to pay him protection money. The accused identified as Sunil Bihari alias Narender alias Shiv Shakti (40), who is also an accused in various other robbery and pick-pocketing cases on the Delhi-Mumbai railway network. Bihari had been a member of the Raju Hakkla Gang and in the quest to prove his supremacy over the Sunil Teja Gang, had brutally murdered a juvenile hawker a year ago who had refused to pay him protection money. Bihari had stabbed him with a knife and then smashed his head and other parts of the body with stones and bricks. Later Bihari left the body on platform no. 6 of the New Delhi railway station. The body was found wrapped in a blanket in multiple pieces. During interrogation, Bihari also revealed that he had now been running a gang of teenagers on the Delhi-Mumbai railway network, who would climb up trains to commit robberies. These teenagers would later jump-off the train ...
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Amritsar model catches MCK’s fancy 12.6.2018 Hindu: Cities
Area around Tower Circle, Karimnagar’s famous landmark, to be made pedestrian-only zone
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New roads, new problem 12.6.2018 Hindu: Cities
Cobblestoned stretches leading to Charminar hit by water stagnation
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HC notice to govt on fruit ripening with harmful chemicals 12.6.2018 The Assam Tribune
HC notice to govt on fruit ripening with harmful chemicals
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Young mountaineer sets sights on Seven Summits 12.6.2018 Hindu: Rx
Himmasa dedicates his achievement to his parents
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Mother Of 'Nut Rage' Korean Air Heiress Questioned Over Illegal Maids 11.6.2018 NDTV News - Top-stories
The matriarch of the troubled Korean Air dynasty was grilled Monday over allegations she used company resources to illegally hire foreign housekeepers, as a probe into the scandal-hit family widened.
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Indian cities stare at a mountain of e-waste, with little idea of how to manage it 11.6.2018 Citizen Matters
The next time you think of buying a new cell phone or television on a whim, you might want to consider the effect it has on the environment and on human health. A recent study shows how the generation of e-waste, in India, growing at around 25 percent every year, has far reaching effects on the environment and the health of workers who segregate improperly disposed e-waste. »
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