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Govt's labour report cites major unemployment despite economic growth
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Govt's labour report cites major unemployment despite economic...

A labour report released by the labour bureau shows that while the economy is growing a 7%, jobs increased by 1.1% last year, which means that the government has been facing a growing employment crisis across the country. As per reports in The Telegraph, ... DNA, 1 month ago

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Task force set up to get reliable, timely data on employment

Some data is collected and published by certain agencies including the Labour Bureau, but the coverage is very small as it covers only a few sectors and the methodology is not based on updated panel of survey respondents. The net result has been that both ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Centre bats for timely data on employment  Sify1 month ago

Govt Panel set up to develop a model to use construction cess in rental house for labourers

By Accommodation Times Bureau To utilize properly the construction cess of Rs 20,000 crore on the development of the rental houses for labourers, the housing ministry has set up a panel, which will develop a suitable model to suggest how the ministry can ...
 Accommodation Times2 weeks ago
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Job creation: Time is running out for Modi

Three years after the prime minister's election promise that his government would create 10 million jobs, the emerging picture is not pretty. Employment HAS TO take on a critical status in the government's agenda, says Shyamal Majumdar. IMAGE: Data compiled from the Labour Bureau's quarterly report on changes in employment in selected sectors reveals that employment creation even in the most labour-intensive sectors in 2015 plummeted to 135,000 jobs, compared to 930,000 jobs that were ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Mr Modi, where are the 10 million jobs you promised?  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
DNA

The Universe in One Tangerine: A Politics of Inter-being

I have always been a fan of salted cashewnuts—a very expensive treat anywhere in the world. When I was a child, the canteen of Metro Cinema in Bombay had them and if we were very good and very lucky, we might get to eat them during the interval. Those ...
 DNA1 week ago
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Agri sector spoils Modi's achche din dream

While overall employment rose from 456 mn to 463 mn between FY11 and FY15, with farm employment falling by 26 mn over the same period, the net addition to employment over the entire four year period was a mere 7 mn. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The labour market in India is undergoing a structural transformation. A staggering 33 million jobs were created in the non-farm sector between 2010-11 and 2014-15 finds a new study by McKinsey Global Institute. This implies that roughly eight ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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37% fall in H1-B visas for top 7 Indian cos in 2016

The top seven India-based outsourcing companies in the US received fewer H-1B visas in 2016 as compared to 2015, and as a group their numbers dropped 37 per cent, according to a new report. The companies experienced a drop of 5,436 approved petitions (37 per cent) in 2016 as compared to previous year, a report by the National Foundation for American Policy, a Washington-based non-profit think-tank, said. It said the 9,356 new H-1B petitions for the top seven Indian-based companies ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago 7 Indian companies receive less H-1B visas in 2016: Report  Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago

PRECIOUS-Gold steady as UK goes to polls; ECB meeting in focus

* Gold prices could see strong intraday volatility - analyst * Ex-FBI director testimony, ECB meeting set for later inthe day * Gold previously slipped as written testimony from ex-FBIdirector showed a few surprises (Updates prices, adds quote) By Vijaykumar ...
 Sify3 weeks ago PRECIOUS-Gold inches down ahead of UK polls, ex-FBI's chief's testimony  Sify3 weeks ago REFILE-PRECIOUS-Gold inches down ahead of UK polls, ex-FBI chief's testimony  Sify3 weeks ago
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Gold holds near seven-month high as political worries buoy safe-haven demand

By Vijaykumar Vedala BENGALURU (Reuters) - Gold edged lower on Wednesday, although still holding near its highest in seven months, supported by a weaker dollar ahead of key political and economic events that are expected to stoke bullion's safe-haven appeal.
 Sify3 weeks ago PRECIOUS-Gold holds near 7-mth high as political worries buoy safe-haven demand  Sify3 weeks ago REFILE-PRECIOUS-Gold holds near 7-mth high as political worries buoy safe-haven demand  Sify3 weeks ago
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H-1B visas see drop of 37% for 7 Indian firms: Report

Top seven India-based IT companies in the US collectively experienced a whopping 37 per cent drop in approved H-1B visa petitions in 2016 as compared to the previous year, according to a new report that comes amid the Trump administration's crackdown on the ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Drop of 37 pc in H1B visas for 7 Indian firms in 2016: report  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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