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National minimum wage will vary, not fixed at Rs. 18,000/month...

[India], Sept. 5 (ANI): The Centre on Tuesday cleared the air regarding the fixation of minimum wage as Rs. 18000 per month and clarified that government has not fixed or mentioned any amount as "national minimum wage" in the Code on Wages Bill 2017. The ... Sify, 1 month ago

India needs to shoot for 10pc growth target

Policy discussions now should urgently focus on the road map for serious economic and institutional reforms to put India on a sustained high growth trajectory like the Chinese economy, says Jayanta Roy. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The recent dip in gross domestic product (GDP) growth is being taken seriously in all quarters.   The myth of a high-growth trajectory is being challenged. Policymakers, however, are attributing this fall to demonetisation and the Goods and Services ...
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Congress panel led by Manmohan Singh begins Kashmir visit

A Congress panel headed by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday asked the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir government to keep the dialogue route with separatists open. The party delegation is on a two-day visit to Kashmir to attend a series of meetings on the current situation in the valley. The All India Congress Committee’s ‘Policy and Planning’ group was formed in April in the wake of widespread violence in the state during the Srinagar Lok Sabha bypolls. The ...
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Why Indians should worry about Brexit

Flight of high-paying banking jobs to other European cities will hurt the prospects of Indian real estate developers and desis in the hospitality business in the UK, says Kunal Bose. IMAGE: An official carries a British flag ahead of a news conference by Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, David Davis, and European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, in Brussels last month.Photograph: Francois Lenoir/Reuters.   When the United Kingdom (UK) ...
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Divided by ambition, united by BJP: Haryana Cong leaders on war footing

Of late, Congress leaders in Haryana seem to be on overdrive. In a bid to consolidate and expand their spheres of influence, they're singing the same song – albeit in their own individual styles. In the process, the leaders are merely justifying the old ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Iran aircraft deals hang by thread as Trump targets Tehran

By Tim Hepher PARIS (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's hawkish new approach towards Tehran, coupled with banking worries and domestic political turbulence in both countries, are causing growing uncertainty over Iran's $36 billion deal to buy airliners from ...
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Right to Privacy and the Bhagavad Gita

The verdict in the Right to Privacy case establishes dharma, righteousness, and destroys adharma, the evil acting on behalf of the universal principal 'I' mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita, says Gopal Krishna. IMAGE: Women wait in line to get their Aadhaar card done. Photograph: Mansi Thapliyal/Reuters Having read the orders of Justices Rohinton F Nariman and Dr D Y Chandrachud on the right to privacy case, Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul authored a separate but a concurring ...
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Will PPPs in affordable housing succeed?

A. Shankar If the policy is able to regularise, monitor and encompass the all-important principles of inclusiveness, equity, environmental sustainability and transparency, they certainly will Urbanisation is central to a country’s economy – and in India, ...
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Gems & jewellery exports stare at a bleak future

The sector employs around 1 million skilled and unskilled workers directly and indirectly and decline in exports is a major worry for participants in the value chain. India's gems and jewellery exports is likely to decline by a staggering 30 per cent in the financial year 2017-18 due to unfavourable government regulations and trade restriction from the Gulf countries. The signals of the steep decline in exports were already visibile in July with over 26 per cent fall in India's gems and ...
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The only purpose note ban served

With GDP down by 2 per cent, and with 99 per cent of banned notes making their way back into the banking system, whom did demonetisation benefit? Rediff.com's Utkarsh Mishra explains. What was the objective of demonetisation, or note ban, whatever you call it? And has it been achieved? Perhaps the architects of the scheme, if there are any, themselves don't know. There are many who claim it was a success, and there are others who say it wasn't. And not all of them are economists. Although ...
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