05 Jan 2015
New Delhi: As many as 500 companies have approached the Ministry of Labour to consider revamping of the laws governing salary payment and granting employees a choice in how they are paid their salary.
23 Jan 2015
New Delhi: More than 60 percent of LPG customers in the country have joined the ambitious PAHAL scheme for receiving cash subsidy so that they can buy cooking gas (LPG) at market price.
25 Jan 2015
New Delhi: As poll campaign nears a crescendo, BJP's CM candidate Kiran Bedi is counting on heradministrative experience of over three decades as an IPS officer to deliver on her promise of strong governance that can ensure women security, employment and welfare initiatives.
31 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Leading fund house Reliance Capital Asset Management Company has got government approval for first ever equity-oriented pension scheme giving tax benefits to investors.
26 Dec 2014
Panaji: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday said that 'one-rank one-pension' policy would be implemented in the defence forces before the next budget.
22 Jan 2015
Panipat: The Centre is planning to amend the SABLA scheme, introduced by the UPA government for empowerment of adolescent girls, with the consent of state governments,Union Minister Maneka Gandhi said.
24 Jan 2015
New Delhi: The HRD Ministry has put a spoke in Delhi University's plans to introduce the choice based credit transfer scheme from the coming academic session, raising questions about the preparations made, even though it had itself directed all central varsities to implement it from the said period.
20 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (HUPA) Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday launched an online monitoring system to check progress on skill development and enhancing livelihood opportunities for urban poor under Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana (DAY).
17 Aug 2012
With the Congress-led UDF Government in Kerala sticking to its decision to introduce Participatory Pension Scheme (PPS) in state services, pro-Left employees unions have threatened to strike work on August 21.
15 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Going against the advice of his own babus, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has decided not to pursue nearly 4,000 disability pension cases pending against his ministry in courts, a move which will benefit thousands of soldiers waging a long legal battle.