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Male nurse ends 8-day strike over colleague's ouster

The eight-day-long hunger strike by Rakesh Verma, a male nurse at the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences — after his colleague, Anil Lamba's services was terminated by the hospital — finally..
DNA

Shettar demands Santosh Lad's resignation

Leader of the Opposition in Legislative Assembly Jagadish Shettar on Tuesday said Labour Minister Santosh Lad has lost the moral right to continue in his post after a city court directed him to pay Rs..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Gopal Rai To Take Over As New Delhi AAP Convenor

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Delhi Labour Minister is likely to be the next convenor of AAP in the capital. News is just coming in that the move comes after Dilip Pandey quit from the post.
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Dattatreya's job remark didn't factor in tourism, aviation

BJP national president Amit Shah said today that Union Labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya did not take into account details of job creation through tourism and aviation sectors while making comments on..
DNA

Amit Shah side-steps Labour Minister's 'jobless growth' remark, says latter hadn't factored in tourism and aviation

Amit Shah tries to diffuse labour minister's comments.
DNA

India ratifies key global conventions to combat child labour

 India today ratified two fundamental global conventions on combating child labour which a top ILO official described as a "positive step" on the country s path towards full respect for fundamental..
DNA

Govt will inspect industries causing pollution: Minister

Puducherry Welfare and Labour Minister M Kandasamy today said a committee under his leadership would soon inspect industries on the outskirts to check if they were adhering to statutory provisions to..
DNA

Karnataka will be free from child labour in 5 years: Lad

Karnataka will get rid of the child labour problem in five years, Labour Minister Santosh Lad said at a World Day Against Child Labour programme held at Vidhana Soudha here on Monday. "The state..
Deccan Herald

Delhi HC has not stayed minimum wage hike notification: Rai

Labour Minister Gopal Rai today claimed that the Delhi High Court has not stayed the notification of the Kejriwal government hiking the minimum wages, which came into effect from April 1.
DNA

Current growth not translating into more jobs: Labour Minister

Labour and Employment Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has said, government's initiatives such as 'Skill India' aim to address the jobless growth. Talking to reporters in Mumbai, Mr Dattatreya said, current..
All India Radio

40 crore workers from unorganized sector to be covered under social

Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has said that 40 crore workers from unorganised sector will be covered under social security schemes such as Employees State Insurance and Employees Provident Fund...
All India Radio

40 crore informal sector workers to get social security

Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya today said that 40 crore workers from unorganised sector will be covered under social security schemes such as Employees State Insurance and Employees Provident Fund.
DNA

AIITEA mulls IT employees united front

Members of All India IT Employees Association (AIITEA) are planning to organise a united front of IT employees associations to hold talks with the Karnataka government to resolve various problems,..
Deccan Herald

EPFO approves hike investment in exchange traded funds to 15%: Dattatreya

Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has said that the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has approved hike in investment limit in exchange traded funds to 15 per cent from the existing..
All India Radio

EPFO gives nod to hike in stock investment to 15 per cent

The Employees Provident Fund Organisation has approved hike in investment limit in exchange traded funds (ETFs) to 15 per cent, from the existing 10 per cent, Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya..
DNA

Proposal to reduce PF contribution rejected

The Central Board of Trustees (CBT) of retirement fund body EPFO on Saturday turned down the proposal to reduce the mandatory contributions from workers and employers to 10%. Presently, employees..
Deccan Herald

DNA Evening Must Reads: Indian woman returns from Pakistan, Tejas Express vandalised, Babri demolition case and more.....

*1). Overjoyed to see Indian soil: Uzma hails Sushma Swaraj's motherly attitude after returning from Pakistan* Indian woman Uzma Naheed, who said she was forcibly kept in Pakistan by a man she met in..
DNA

Bickering in state Congress comes to fore at interactive meeting

The Congress' move to interact with the district-level leaders appears to have proved that all is not well in the state unit of the ruling party. A factional feud and a rift among the party leaders..
Deccan Herald

'G20 Labour Minister's meet praised policies of Modi govt'

The Labour and Employment ministry at the Centre is marching ahead with the principle of providing employment security, social and wage security to working people, Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya..
DNA

Dattatreya to attend G20 Labour Ministers meet on May 18-19

Labour Minister Bandaru Duttatreya will lead the Indian delegation to the G20 Labour & Employment Ministers Meet scheduled to be held on May 18-19 in Germany.
DNA

EPFO meet to discuss hike in ETF investment to 15%: Bandaru Dattatreya

Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya on Monday said the board of retirement fund body EPFO will deliberate on raising investment limit in exchange traded funds (ETFs) to 15 per cent at its meeting later..
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