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Modi's remarks in 'bad taste', lower <strong>dignity</strong> of Prime Minister's office: Congress

Modi's remarks in 'bad taste', lower dignity of Prime Minister's office: Congress

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Congress on Thursday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his remarks in Canada about the "mess" left behind by others, saying they were in "poor taste" coming on foreign soil and show that he still carries the "hangover of the election campaign".

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   PM office,   Congress,   BJP,   Germany,   Canada,   Latest Political News,  
Aishwarya slammed over 'racist' advertisement, actress says image changed

Aishwarya slammed over 'racist' advertisement, actress says image changed

22 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has earned the wrath of activists for an "offensive" advertisement for a jewellery brand that shows a child carrying an umbrella over her head but the actress said the actual image was changed by the brand.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,   Racist Ad,   Advertisement of Jewellery,   child labour,   Kalyan Jewelleres,   National Commission for Protection of Child Rights,   Latest Nation News,  
AIUEC slams introduction of contractual employment

AIUEC slams introduction of contractual employment

22 Apr 2015

Aligarh: The All India University Employees Confederation (AIUEC) has strongly criticised the recent move by the Centre and some state governments for introducing contractual appointments in different universities and some other government departments.

AIUEC,   All India University Employees Confederation,   Contractual employment,   Centre,   State governments,   NDA,   labour laws,   University,   Latest State News,  
 Scottish nationalists say ending austerity key to post UK election deal

Scottish nationalists say ending austerity key to post UK election deal

21 Apr 2015

LONDON: Scottish nationalists will set out plans on Monday to bring an end to state spending cuts in Britain if they hold the balance of power after the May 7 general election.

Scottish nationalists,   UK election,   Breat Britain,   general elections,   Prime Minsiter David Cameron,   Labour party,   Latest world news ,  
Government plans to bring law for welfare of domestic workers

Government plans to bring law for welfare of domestic workers

20 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Government is contemplating bringing a law to regulate the working conditions of domestic workers and providing them social security benefits,  Lok Sabha was informed on Monday.

Labour Law,   domestic workers,   Bandaru Dattatreya,   Lok Sabha,   Budget Session,   Latest news on Budget session,   latest India News,  
EPFO updates 15.54 crore PF accounts for 2014-15 on 1st April

EPFO updates 15.54 crore PF accounts for 2014-15 on 1st April

07 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Retirement fund body has achieved another milestone in the process of digitising its operations by updating 15.54 crore PF accounts for 2014-15 in a day.

EPFO,   PF accounts,   Labour Minister,   Bandaru Dattatreya,  
Government adopting 'unfair <strong>labour</strong> practices': Congress

Government adopting 'unfair labour practices': Congress

23 Mar 2015

Puducherry: Opposition Congress has charged ruling AINRC with adopting unfair labour practices, as seen in delay in disbursing pending wages to temporary staff of the Civil Supplies Corporation (PAPSCO) and initiating action against staff seeking wages.

Congress,   BJP,   AINRC,   unfair labour practices,   Civil Supplies Corporation,   PAPSCO,  
<strong>Labour</strong> starts campaign after British election TV contest

Labour starts campaign after British election TV contest

27 Mar 2015

London: Neither David Cameron nor his rival Ed Miliband landed a knockout blow during the first TV contest of Britain's election race, experts said on Friday, as the centre-left opposition prepared to launch its campaign.

Labour,   Campaign,   British election,   TV contest,   David Cameron,   Ed Miliband,   Centre left opposition,  
Ahead of IMF meet, Christine Lagarde says India 'growth bright spot'

Ahead of IMF meet, Christine Lagarde says India 'growth bright spot'

10 Apr 2015

Washington: Ahead of the next week's IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings, IMF chief Christine Lagarde on Thursday described India as "growth bright spot" and said New Delhi should focus on labour and product market reforms.

Christine Lagarde,   India economic growth,   IMF,   IMF Spring Meetings,   Delhi labour reforms,   Delhi product market,   product market reforms,   latest news,  
Equality and <strong>dignity</strong> women's sacred right: President

Equality and dignity women's sacred right: President

08 Mar 2015

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee Sunday said women’s empowerment, their dignity and equality should not be made a “distant goal or fond aspiration” but should be bestowed on them as one of their “sacred” rights.

President Pranab Mukherjee,   women empowerment,   International Womens Day,   Rashtrapati Bhavan ,  

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