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Flexible work schedules improve <strong>employees</strong>' health

Flexible work schedules improve employees' health

26 Jan 2015

Washington: Giving employees more control over their work schedules may help curb sleep deficiency and improve health, according to new research.

Flexible Work Schedules,   Information Technology,   Pennsylvania State University,   Sleep Deficiency,  
Anti-terror action shouldn't be on basis of vague laws: Amnesty

Anti-terror action shouldn't be on basis of vague laws: Amnesty

26 Jan 2015

Davos: Concerned over freedom of expression being hurt while acting against those violating such rights, Amnesty International has called for doing away with use of vaguely-defined provisions in the anti-terror laws and other such legislations.

Anti-terror action,   Freedom of Expression,   Amnesty International,   Charlie Hebdo,   French Government,   WEF Summit,  
<strong>Government</strong> offices to be closed early on January 25 and 29 in Delhi

Government offices to be closed early on January 25 and 29 in Delhi

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Central government offices in and around North and South blocks will be closed early on Sunday and Thursday for making arrangements for the Republic Day parade and Beating Retreat ceremony.

Government offices in Delhi,   Republic day celebration,   government employees,   Republic Day parade,   North and South blocks,  
Bank <strong>employees</strong> to go on strike from January 21

Bank employees to go on strike from January 21

19 Jan 2015

Chandigarh: Public sector bank employees have decided to go on a 4-day strike from January 21 to protest against the "rigid and callous attitude" of Central Government in resolving the long pending wage revision issue, a senior union leader said on Monday.

banks strike,   Public sector banks,   wage revision issue,   Central Government,   Jan-Dhan Yojna,  
New Lanka <strong>government</strong> looks to improve rights record

New Lanka government looks to improve rights record

25 Jan 2015

Colombo: Following new Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe's assertion that his government would get the country's human rights house in order, separate missions are to make crucial visits abroad to engage with global agencies.

Ranil Wickremesinghe,   Ajith P Perera,   President Maithripala Sirisena,   New Lanka government,   Mahinda Rajapaksa ,  
<strong>Government</strong> plans to locate beneficiaries of unclaimed Rs 27,000 crore in EPFO

Government plans to locate beneficiaries of unclaimed Rs 27,000 crore in EPFO

20 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The NDA government is planning to locate the beneficiaries through a nationwide campaign to give away an amount of about Rs 27,000 crore lying inoperative with the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO).

NDA government,   Employees Provident Fund Organisation,   EPFO,   Labour Minister,   Bandaru Dattatreya,  
<strong>Government</strong> plans more tiger habitats as population rises

Government plans more tiger habitats as population rises

25 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Buoyed by the rising number of tigers in the wild, the government has decided to create more habitats for them to ensure their long-term conservation.

Tiger,   Environment Ministry,   Wildlife Sanctuaries,   Prakash Javadekar,  
AAI <strong>employees</strong> threaten strike over privatisation move

AAI employees threaten strike over privatisation move

18 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Opposing the government’s airports privatisation plan, Airports Authority Employees Union (AAEU) has threatened to renew its agitation including a strike call if the move is not halted.

Airports privatisation plan,   Airports Authority Employees Union,   Government of India,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju ,  
Obama strongly condemns 'brutal murder' of Japan hostage by IS

Obama strongly condemns 'brutal murder' of Japan hostage by IS

25 Jan 2015

Washington: President Barack Obama has strongly condemned the killing of one of two Japanese hostages by the Islamic State group and said the US will work together to bring the perpetrators of these murders to justice.

United States,   US President Barack Obama,   Japan hostage,   IS,   US Secretary of State,   John Kerry,  
India will soon see surge in FDI inflows: Jayant Sinha

India will soon see surge in FDI inflows: Jayant Sinha

25 Jan 2015

New Delhi: India will soon see a surge in foreign direct investment, including from the US, as thecountry strengthens manufacturing sector under the 'Make in India' programme, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said on Sunday.

India,   foreign direct investment,   FDI,   Make in India,   Minister of State for Finance,   Jayant Sinha,   FDI in multi-brand retail,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama in India,  

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