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Will discuss EPF interest rate issue with finance minister: Bandaru Dattatreya
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Will Discuss EPF Rate Issue With Finance Minister: Bandaru Dat...

New Delhi: A day before nationwide protest by trade unions against lowering of EPF interest rate, Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya on Thursday said that he will discuss the issue with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Trade Unions will go on a day ... NDTV, 19 hours ago
Will discuss EPF interest rate issue with FM: Dattatreya Press Trust of India, 20 hours ago
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Dattatreya presses for 8.8 per cent EPF payout

The Finance Minister has advised secretary-level talks before a final decision Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday to press for the payout of 8.80 per cent on Employees Provident Fund (EPF) ...
 The Hindu13 hours ago
Hindustan Times

Pushing finance ministry to uphold 8.8% EPF rate: Dattatreya

Union labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya assured Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) that his ministry is pressing upon the finance ministry with all justifications to uphold 8.8% interest rate decided by the EPFO. Dattatreya gave his assurance to a ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago Will give 'all justifications' for 8.8% EPF rate: Dattatreya  Business Standard1 day ago Will give all justifications for 8.8% EPF rate: Bandaru Dattatreya  Financial Express1 day ago Rollback redux  The Hindu1 week ago
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EPF rate tussle reaches PMO

The move to cut rates on EPF deposits evoked strong reactions from trade unions Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya justified his decision to declare an 8.8 per cent return on EPF savings saying it cannot be compared with PPF or other small ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
Financial Express

Lower rates on PF: Minister seeks PM Modi's intervention

Labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya has sought PM Narendra Modi 's intervention to address the trade unions concerns over the finance ministry's decision to prune interest rates on employees provident fund (EPF) to 8.7% for 2015-16 from 8.8% ...
 Financial Express2 days ago CTU concerns over EPF: Labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya seeks PM Narendra Modi'sintervention  Yahoo! India2 days ago SBI most trusted bank in country : Dattatreya  HT Syndication5 days ago Centre Taking Steps for the Division of High Court: Bandaru  Siasat Daily1 week ago
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DNA

PF withdrawal: Protests, violence forces govt to roll back stricter norms

Labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya said employees and workers need not have any misconceptions in the wake of the cancellation of the notification. (PTI) Buckling under protests, the government today revoked the order tightening rules for ...
 Financial Express1 week ago New PF withdrawal norms will be kept in abeyance for three months  AndhraNews.net1 week ago NEWSALERT-EPFO 2 - The notification tightening PF withdrawal norms cancelled: Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya. PTI SJR RS KRK  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Provident fund withdrawal allowed for housing, health, child education and marriage  Economic Times1 week ago
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Govt hikes minimum wage for contract workers to Rs 10,000

The minimum wage for contract workers has been increased to Rs 10,000 per month, Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya said today. The Minister of State for Labour and Employment informed Lok Sabha that the wage hike has been done based on a Supreme Court verdict. Asserting that the government is committed towards the betterment of the working class, he said workers are being protected through all the rights. ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Govt hikes minwage for contract workers to Rs 10k  Press Trust of India3 days ago Government hikes minimum wage for contract workers to Rs 10,000  ZeeNews.com3 days ago Minimum wage for contract workers to be made Rs 10,000  Business Standard1 week ago
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EPFO proposal rejected, EPF interest rate cut to 8.7%

Labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya said the EPFO's CBT proposed an interim interest rate of 8.8% to be credited to the account of EPF subscribers for the year 2015-16 New Delhi: The finance ministry has set the interest rate offered to employees ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago FinMin approves 8.7% interest on EPF for 2015-16: Dattatreya  Deccan Herald3 days ago Finance Ministry approves 8.7% interest on EPF for 2015-16, says Bandaru Dattatreya  Siasat Daily2 days ago FinMin Approves 8.7 Per cent Interest On EPF For 2015-16: Dattatreya  Oneindia3 days ago
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Maternity leave will be increased to 28 weeks, says Bandaru Dattatreya

Hyderabad Union Minister for Labour Bandaru Dattatreya said today tht maternity leave would be increased to 28 weeks from the existing 12 weeks. Bandaru Dattatreya inaugurated the two day general body meeting of All India State Bank of India ...
 AndhraNews.net5 days ago ‘Maternity leave will be increased to 28 weeks’  The Hindu5 days ago

Panel to submit white paper on ESI hospitals in six months: Dattatreya

Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya today said a high-power committee will be submitting a White Paper on the functioning of ESI hospitals in six months. Addressing a media conference in Hyderabad, he said the panel will visit various centres in the ...
 News on Air6 days ago PTI - DATTATREYA (BES19) - Panel to submit white paper on ESI hospitals in six months  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
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