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Social norms biggest challenge in child rights: UNICEF

Social norms biggest challenge in child rights: UNICEF

23 Nov 2014

Kolkata: Prevailing social norms such as early marriage and child labour are the biggest challenge in implementing child rights in the country, a UNICEF official said.

UNICEF,   State of the World's Children Report,   David Mcloughlin,  Convention on Rights of The Child,   CRC,   ,  
Government introduces Aadhar enabled bio-metric attendance system

Government introduces Aadhar enabled bio-metric attendance system

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Centre on Friday decided to phase-out manual attendance system and use an Aadhar enabled bio-metric attendance system (AEBAS) in all its offices.

Manual attendance system,   Aadhar,   Bio-metric attendance system,   AEBAS,   Government offices,   Government employees,   Modi government ,  
Government to increase <strong>dearness</strong> <strong>allowance</strong> to 107 percent, up from 100 percent

Government to increase dearness allowance to 107 percent, up from 100 percent

31 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Government is likely to approve a hike in dearness allowance (DA) to 107 percent from the existing 100 percent, benefiting around 30 lakh Centre's employees and its 50 lakh pensioners including dependents.

dearness allowance,   DA,   Centre's employees,   pensioners,   hike in dearness allowance,   Labour Ministry,  
Indian women should document their achievements: Sitharaman

Indian women should document their achievements: Sitharaman

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Asserting that Indian women have a significant role to play in nation building, Minister of State for Commerce Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said women should start "documenting their achievements".

Minister of State for Commerce,   Nirmala Sitharaman,   documenting their achievements,   World Hindu Congress,   activist Kiran Bedi ,  
'Extremism can be more deadly when abetted by sovereign <strong>State</strong>'

'Extremism can be more deadly when abetted by sovereign State'

21 Nov 2014

United Nations: The "sophisticated" 2008 Mumbai terror attacks highlight that violent extremism can become even more dangerous when "abetted by the capacities of a sovereign State", Canada has said, a veiled reference to Pakistan where LeT, the perpetrators of the attack, is based.

Mumbai Terror Attacks,   Pakistan,   LeT,   UN Ambassador,   Michael Grant,   UN Security Council,  Oberoi Trident Hotel,   Taj Mahal Hotel,   Leopold Cafe,   ,  
Government looking to plug shortcomings in tax system: Sudhir Mugantiwar

Government looking to plug shortcomings in tax system: Sudhir Mugantiwar

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Maintaining that there was an urgent need to improve the economy of Maharashtra, State Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar said the state government is trying to remove the loopholes in the existing taxation system and bring in evaders into the tax net.

Maharashtra,   State Finance Minister,   Sudhir Mungantiwar,   Indian tax system,   vacant posts,   financial policies,  
Government approves seven percent hike in <strong>dearness</strong> <strong>allowance</strong>

Government approves seven percent hike in dearness allowance

04 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Government on Thursday approved 7 percent hike in dearness allowance (DA), taking it to 107 percent of basic pay, a move that will benefit around 30 lakh central employees and 50 lakh pensioners including dependents.

dearness allowance,   DA,   Union Cabinet,   Narendra Modi,   dearness relief,   Central Pay Commission,  
Indian <strong>employees</strong> more engaged than their global peers: Report

Indian employees more engaged than their global peers: Report

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indian employees are more engaged than their global counterparts but still 54 percent of them remain somewhat dissatisfied in their jobs signaling an urgent need for companies to take proactive steps, says a report.

Indian employees,   global peers,   India,   job satisfaction,   Dale Carnegie Training,   Pallavi Jha,  
Government to consider retiring <strong>employees</strong> for promotions

Government to consider retiring employees for promotions

17 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The government employees must be considered for promotions in case meetings of the Departmental Promotion Committees (DPCs) are held after their retirement, the Centre has said.

government employees,   retiring employees promotions,   Departmental Promotion Committees,   DPC,   pension,   retirement,   promotion,   DoPT,  
Fadnavis asks Maharashtra MPs to pursue <strong>state</strong> issues with Centre

Fadnavis asks Maharashtra MPs to pursue state issues with Centre

20 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Maharashtra MPs should take up development-related issues with the Centre, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said here on Thursday. Fadnavis, who addressed a meeting of MPs from all parties from the state ahead of Parliament session beginning from November 24, said the state government will soon operationalise a mechanism at Delhi and in the state to ensure follow up of Maharashtra-related issues at the Central level.

Chief Minister,   Devendra Fadnavis,   Maharashtra,   Mps,   Centre,   state government,   Delhi,  

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