04 Mar 2015
Dubai: India has decided to revise the minimum wage for its workers in Kuwait with immediate effect after analysing the labour market situation in the country.
02 Mar 2015
New Delhi: In a market friendly move, the government will make it mandatory for non-government Provident Funds (PFs) to invest a minimum of 5 percent of their investible funds in equity or equity related instruments.
26 Feb 2015
New Delhi: PDP and BJP have ironed out their differences and reached a consensus on a Common Minimum Programme (CMP) that will form the basis of their unique coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir to be sworn-in at 11 AM on Sunday next.
24 Feb 2015
Nagpur: A national co-ordination committee comprising all trade unions in the country for Employees Retirement Pension Benefits (1995) has strongly opposed the raising of retirement age from 58 to 60 years.
18 Feb 2015
New Delhi: Calling for the participation of private sector in developing infrastructure like roads, tunnels and bridges along the border, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday said the use of modern techniques and materials can help in overcoming the challenges involved in the task.
21 Feb 2015
Srinagar: Srinagar and most other parts of Kashmir witnessed dry weather after five days of intermittent rains and snowfall, with the minimum temperature across the division, including Ladakh region, appreciating, even as the MeT Department predicted a fresh western disturbance early next week.
18 Feb 2015
Chandigarh: The Haryana government has increased the minimum monthly wage for industrial labourers and those engaged in brick-kilns by Rs 173.25.
20 Feb 2015
Chandigarh: Light to moderate rain along with strong winds swept several parts of Punjab and Haryana even as the minimum temperatures in the region on Friday hovered above normal levels.
18 Feb 2015
New Delhi: As BJP and PDP grapple over a Common Minimum Programme (CMP) for government formation in Jammu and Kashmir, RSS raised questions over Article 370 that grants special status for the state causing unease in the Kashmir-based party.
18 Sep 2011
Coming as good news for those who wish to qualify for teaching in primary and secondary schools, the state government has approved that any graduate who clears one year of Bachelor of Education (BEd) is also eligible for the Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) along with the BA, BCom and BSc aspirants.