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Govt. to introduce UWIN cards 28.5.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Govt. to introduce UWIN cards
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Indian to grow at 9-10% in medium-term: CII 28.5.2015 Sify Finance
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Indian economy poised to grow at 9-10% in medium-term, CII says 28.5.2015 DNA: Money
India's economy can grow at 9-10% in the medium-term with a multi-pronged economic strategy, industry body CII said, outlining ten areas requiring policy attention that can bring huge economic benefits for growth, investment and employment creation. The areas highlighted by the industry body for more attention include macro-economy, mining, manufacturing, land acquisition, energy, labour reforms, skill development, taxation, financial sector and Companies Act. On macro-economy, it hoped that the government would stay the course on fiscal discipline. "Setting a ceiling on subsidy expenditure would be an important step in that direction," said CII President Sumit Mazumder. The industry body suggested that all subsidy disbursal may be converted into direct benefit transfer (DBT) by linking Jan Dhan Yojana, Aadhar and mobile technology or the JAM trinity, including for foodgrains, LPG and kerosene, within two years. Welcoming the government's resolve to introduce GST, CII said the indirect tax reform would ...
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Increased taxes for UK businesses with foreign labour, says Queen Elizabeth in parliament speech 28.5.2015 FirstPost: World

Pomp met politics as Queen Elizabeth II donned a diamond-studded crown on Wednesday to read out laws planned by Britain's new government.

The post Increased taxes for UK businesses with foreign labour, says Queen Elizabeth in parliament speech appeared first on Firstpost.

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Govt. to introduce UWIN cards 28.5.2015 Hindu: News
The Ministry of Labour, Government of India, is going to introduce ‘Unrecognised Workers Identification Number’ (UWIN) to benefit people working in the unorganised sector. It will be a combination...
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Awareness programme on Shram Suvidha organised 28.5.2015 Hindu: News
The Directorate General of Mines Safety of Union Ministry of Labour and Employment Department conducted an awareness programme on initiatives and new services by DGMS including the Prime Minister’s...
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Police preparing database of migrant labourers 28.5.2015 Hindu: Thiruvananthapuram
Increased incidence of crime involving them
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'Nagara Sabai' Discusses Loopholes in Child Labour Act Amendment 28.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Former CJI: Child labour is being regularized 28.5.2015 TOI: Calcutta Times
The Centre’s proposal to bring changes in the child labour law is being slammed by activists across the country. On Wednesday, there was another voice of dissent on the issue. And it belonged to none other than Justice Altamas Kabir, the former Chief Justice of India ...
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KSRTC Pension Age: HC Vacates Interim Order 28.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
Govt to ease employee-employer dispute resolution mechanism 28.5.2015 Latest News
The move comes as trade unions have adopted a tough stance to a slew of proposed labour law reforms
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UK government confirms EU referendum 28.5.2015 Asian Age: International
British PM David Cameron (centre left) and the interim leader of the Opposition Labour Party, Harriet Harman (centre right), lead their MPs to attend the state opening of Parliament in central London on Wednesday. (Photo: AFP) Prime Minister David Cameron’s government confirmed it will hold a referendum on whether Britain should leave the EU Wednesday in a policy speech read by Queen Elizabeth II on Westminster’s grandest day. The 89-year-old monarch also set the stage for further budget austerity under Mr Cameron’s newly-elected centre-right government but promised measures for “working people” such as more free childcare. Wearing a crown and full ceremonial dress, the queen said Britain would “pursue reform of the European Union for the benefit of all member states”. She added: “Alongside this, early legislation will be introduced to provide for an in-out referendum on membership of the European Union by the end of 2017.” The queen’s speech also featured plans to hand more powers to Scotland and ...
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Cases against tea gardens 28.5.2015 The Telegraph : North East
Jorhat district administration has registered cases against tea gardens found flouting the Plantation Labour Act, 1951.
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UK government confirms EU referendum 28.5.2015 Asian Age: International
British PM David Cameron (centre left) and the interim leader of the Opposition Labour Party, Harriet Harman (centre right), lead their MPs to attend the state opening of Parliament in central London on Wednesday. (Photo: AFP) Prime Minister David Cameron’s government confirmed it will hold a referendum on whether Britain should leave the EU Wednesday in a policy speech read by Queen Elizabeth II on Westminster’s grandest day. The 89-year-old monarch also set the stage for further budget austerity under Mr Cameron’s newly-elected centre-right government but promised measures for “working people” such as more free childcare. Wearing a crown and full ceremonial dress, the queen said Britain would “pursue reform of the European Union for the benefit of all member states”. She added: “Alongside this, early legislation will be introduced to provide for an in-out referendum on membership of the European Union by the end of 2017.” The queen’s speech also featured plans to hand more powers to Scotland and ...
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Change in Bureaucratic Mindset Key to Unlock Unease of Doing Business 28.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
Himachal to set up skill development corporation 28.5.2015 Sify Finance
The Himachal Pradesh cabinet on Wednesday decided to set up a skill development corporation to provide training to the unemployed youth.
Britain's new immigration bill poses threat to Indian business houses 27.5.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Britain's new immigration bill poses threat to Indian business houses
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Indian economy poised to grow at 9-10% in medium-term: CII 27.5.2015 Oneindia.in: News
New Delhi, May 27: India's economy can grow at 9-10 per cent in the medium-term with a multi-pronged economic strategy, industry body CII said today, outlining ten areas requiring policy attention that can bring huge economic benefits for growth, investment and
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Bulletin Board 27.5.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Applications invited for PhD Bengaluru-based CMR University is inviting applications for full-time /part time PhD programme under The School of Research & Innovation for 2015-16 academic year. The PhD programs are open for Management, Economics, Commerce, Social Sciences (full time regular/part time external) and for Law, Education, Engineering & Technology; Sciences, Humanities and Inter Disciplinary (only part time external). The last date for submitting applications is May 30, 2015. For details contact CMR University at No 2, 3rd 'C' Cross, 6th 'A' Main Road, 2nd Block, HRBR Layout, Kalyan Nagar, Bengaluru -560043, India. Details can be had on phone: 080-25426977/88 or +91 7022007676. You can also visit www.cmr.edu.in. Social Work Applications are invited for admissions to BSc & MSc. Psychology, MSW, PhD in Psychology and Social Work courses offered from the Central University of Karnataka for the academic year 2015. Last date for the submission of online filled application is June 17, 2015. Common ...
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Cameron’s agenda includes EU referendum 27.5.2015 Hindu: Home
The newly elected David Cameron government has promised to hold an in-out referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU); a five-year freeze on income-tax, VAT and national insurance...
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