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Concern in Lok Sabha over honour killings, tea garden workers' plight

Concern in Lok Sabha over honour killings, tea garden workers' plight

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Issues ranging from honour killings, plight of tea garden workers and "drastic" labour law reforms to electoral representation to people of several villages in Andhra Pradesh were raised in the Lok Sabha on Thursday during the Zero Hour.

honour killings,   tea garden workers,   labour law reforms,   Andhra Pradesh villages,   Lok Sabha,  
Government considering amendment to <strong>labour</strong> laws

Government considering amendment to labour laws

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government on Wednesday said it was "actively" considering amendments to various labour laws including the Child Labour Act, Factories Act and Minimum Wages Act.

Child Labour Act,   Factories Act,   Minimum Wages Act,   labour laws,   Child Labour,  
Supply issues, <strong>labour</strong> constraints delay NOFN project: Government

Supply issues, labour constraints delay NOFN project: Government

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government's ambitious National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) project has been delayed due to supply constraints, problems in timely availability of labour and time consuming survey work for the laying of optical fibre, Parliament was informed on Tuesday.

NOFN project,   National Optical Fibre Network,   Parliament,   broadband connectivity,   gram panchayats,   NOFN project delay,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,  
Over 3.5 crore registration on 'Shram Suvidha' portal

Over 3.5 crore registration on 'Shram Suvidha' portal

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Government has recorded over 3.5 crore registrations since the launch of 'Shram Suvidha' Portal, a mechanism to revamp labour inspection system, Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya said on Monday.

Shram Suvidha portal,   Bandaru Dattatreya,   CREDAI Conclave-2014,   Labour Identification Number,   LIN,   Aadhar Cards,   EPFO,  
Child trafficking on the rise: United Nation

Child trafficking on the rise: United Nation

25 Nov 2014

Vienna: One in three victims of human trafficking worldwide is a child, many of them subject to sexual exploitation or forced labour, a UN report said.

Child trafficking,   United Nation,   report,   crime,  human trafficking,   sexual exploitation,   labour,   UN report,  
Construction workers face difficulties in retrieving Provident Fund: Government

Construction workers face difficulties in retrieving Provident Fund: Government

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Workers in building and construction sector face difficulties in retrieving their savings with retirement fund body EPFO due to frequent job changes but steps are being taken to deal with it, Parliament was informed on Tuesday.

Provident Fund,   EPFO,   Labour Minister,  Bandaru Dattatreya,  Karnataka,   Kerala,   Tamil Nadu,   Andhra Pradesh,   Telangana,   Goa,   Union Territories of Andaman and Nicobar Islands,   Puducherry. ,  
Winter Session: Reforms Bills in trouble as Opposition planning to corner BJP

Winter Session: Reforms Bills in trouble as Opposition planning to corner BJP

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Key reforms legislations, like the bills on insurance, GST and labour, are in for trouble as opposition parties were on Monday trying to join forces to create hurdles for these in Parliament, which will have its first working day on Tuesday.

Key reforms,   Legislations,   Bills,   Insurance,   GST,   Labour,   Opposition parties,   Parliament,   Winter session,   Modi government ,  
Nobel laureate Satyarthi appeals to MPs to pass Bill banning child <strong>labour</strong>

Nobel laureate Satyarthi appeals to MPs to pass Bill banning child labour

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Ahead of Parliament's Winter Session, Nobel laureate and child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi appealed to all the MPs to ensure passage of a Bill seeking complete ban on child labour.

Nobel laureate,   Satyarthi,   Satyarthi appeals to MPs,   pass Bill,   banning child labour,   child labour,   child education,  
NDA government implementing schemes innovatively: Dattatreya

NDA government implementing schemes innovatively: Dattatreya

21 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: The NDA government is implementing schemes and programmes innovatively and with the use of modern technology, Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya said.

NDA government,   Modi government,   Modi schemes,   Modi programmes,   Labour Minister,   Bandaru Dattatreya,  
Human trafficking victims in India need greater legal support: Report

Human trafficking victims in India need greater legal support: Report

19 Nov 2014

London: Trafficking victims in India need more legal support to pursue cases against their perpetrators, while the country's police must understand that bonded and forced labour are also crimes, according to a report published on Wednesday.

Human trafficking,   Trafficking victims,   legal support,   forced labour,   2014 Global Slavery Index,   Trust Women conference,   non-legal victim assistance,  

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