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BJP will win despite JD(U)-RJD-Congress alliance: Smriti Irani

BJP will win despite JD(U)-RJD-Congress alliance: Smriti Irani

01 Sep 2015

Patna: Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani said the 'Secular Grand Alliance' of JD(U), RJD, Congress and SP will not work in the forthcoming Bihar Assembly elections and BJP will win despite all their efforts.

BJP,   JD(U),   RJD,   Congress,   Smriti Irani,   Lok Sabha polls,   health workers,   Primary Health Centres,   latest state news,  
Seventh pay panel gets time till December to submit report

Seventh pay panel gets time till December to submit report

26 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The Cabinet today extended by four months the term of the Seventh Pay Commission, which was set up in February 2014 to revise remuneration of some 48 lakh Central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners.

Seventh pay panel,   Cabinet,   Seventh Pay Commission,   Pay Commission report,   Revise remuneration,   Central government employees,   Pensioners,   Latest Nation News,  
 Bollywood 'Queen' Kangana Ranaut says she deserves high <strong>remuneration</strong>

Bollywood 'Queen' Kangana Ranaut says she deserves high remuneration

20 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Amidst reports that she has emerged as the highest paid actress in Bollywood, Kangana Ranaut says it is justified to ask for more remuneration as she deserves it.

Bollywood Queen,   Kangana Ranaut,   Bollywood actress,   Deepika Padukone,  Bollywood,   Latest entertainment news ,  
More hiring, more salary in coming months: Survey

More hiring, more salary in coming months: Survey

21 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Indian employers have a bullish recruitment outlook for the coming months as they plan to hire more workers and increase salary levels , a survey says. According to CareerBuilder India's Midyear Job Forecast Study, 73 per cent of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent staff over coming months while 60 per cent plan to hire temporary or contract workers. New Delhi: Indian employers have a bullish recruitment outlook for the coming months as they plan to hire more workers and increase salary levels , a survey says. According to CareerBuilder India's Midyear Job Forecast Study, 73 per cent of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent staff over coming months while 60 per cent plan to hire temporary or contract workers.

Indian employers,   Recruitment,   Hiring,   Workers,   Job Forecast,  
Ask AIDMK <strong>workers</strong> to end protest against Elangovan: Congress to Jayalalithaa

Ask AIDMK workers to end protest against Elangovan: Congress to Jayalalithaa

22 Aug 2015

Chennai: The Congress today asked Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to direct her party cadres to end the agitation against TNCC president E V K S Elangovan over his alleged remarks against her.

AIDMK workers,   Elangovan,   Congress,   Jayalalithaa,   Chief Minister,   J Jayalalithaa,   TNCC president,   E V K S Elangovan,   Latest States News,  
Connect with co-<strong>workers</strong> with new LinkedIn app

Connect with co-workers with new LinkedIn app

20 Aug 2015

New York: Business-oriented social networking service LinkedIn has launched a free app to help you find your co-workers and learn more about their background.

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Rajasthan civic poll result has shown 'mirror of truth' to Congress: Amit Shah

Rajasthan civic poll result has shown 'mirror of truth' to Congress: Amit Shah

21 Aug 2015

New Delhi: BJP President Amit Shah today congratulated party workers, office-bearers and Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje for the party's victory in the civic body polls in Rajasthan which, he said, has "shown the mirror of truth to Congress".

BJP President,   Amit Shah,   BJP workers,   Vasundhara Raje,   civic body polls,   Congress,  
Nine rights activists killed in Guatemala this year

Nine rights activists killed in Guatemala this year

15 Aug 2015

Guatemala City: Nine human rights activists have been killed since the beginning of the year in Guatemala, mainly in indigenous communities opposed to infrastructure and mining projects, civil organisations have said.

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New labour policy for Rs 9,000 pay, social security for house helps

New labour policy for Rs 9,000 pay, social security for house helps

16 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Those hiring a full-time domestic help may soon have to pay them a minimum salary of Rs 9,000 per month, compulsory paid leave of 15 days a year, and maternity leave to boot.

Salary of Domestic help,   Compulsory paid leave for Domestic help,   maternity leave for Domestic help,   domestic workers,   NDA government,   Latest News ,  
At least 12 dead as Mali siege ends, some UN <strong>workers</strong> freed

At least 12 dead as Mali siege ends, some UN workers freed

09 Aug 2015

Bamako: At least 12 people were killed during a nearly 24-hour siege of a hotel in central Mali seized by suspected Islamist gunmen that ended on Saturday as security forces stormed the building and released some of the United Nations workers trapped inside.

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