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Joint Forum of Tea garden trade unions rejected state governme...

The Joint Forum has rejected the state government's proposal to accept the three years agreement on Tea wages. The meeting that was concluded today at Siliguri passed a resolution and send to the state Labour commissioner signed by the leaders of 23 ..., 13 minutes ago
Tea garden unions reject Bengal's proposal on wages Business Standard, 3 hours ago
Unions reject tea wage draft The Telegraph, 2 days ago

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Government committed to improve medical infrastructure: Rajnath Singh

Lucknow, Dec 20 (IANS): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Saturday said the government was committed to improving India's medical infrastructure while stressing the need for an integrated healthcare system. Speaking at the convocation of the King ...
 Daijiworldcom2 days ago India can use traditional systems to device a holistic approach to medicine: Shripad Naik  India Infoline9 hours ago NDA committed to strengthening healthcare infrastructure: Rajnath  Prokerala2 days ago IS banned in India, says Rajnath Singh  Deccan Herald5 days ago

Bank staff to go on 5-day strike in January!

The bank unions had expressed its displeasure over the government’s lack of response The United Forum of Bank Unions has decided to intensify its agitation programmes with a five-day strike in January and an indefinite strike from March 16, seeking an early and reasonable wage settlement. The All India Bank Employees’ Association said a meeting of the UFBU held at Mumbai on December 17 had expressed its dissatisfaction on the casual attitude of the Indian Bank’s Association to ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago Bank unions to intensify stir for wage settlement, strike work on 7 January  Domain-B5 hours ago Bank unions call for strike on Jan 7  Hindu Business Line1 day ago Wage pact: bank unions for long-haul agitation  Hindu Business Line4 days ago
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Centre Will Chalk out Coir Policy Soon Union Minister

ALAPPUZHA: Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Kalraj Mishra said on Sunday that the Central Government would soon release the coir policy and vision 2025 soon. He was speaking after inaugurating the launch of new coir products ...
 New Indian Express20 hours ago On Gujarat CM's meeting with Union Health Minister  DeshGujarat3 hours ago Centre to hold meeting for security in border areas  Jagran Post2 days ago Centre to hold meeting of NE chief ministers on terror: Rijiju  Prokerala3 days ago

Neither Government, Nor BJP Involved in Conversion: M Venkaiah Naidu

File photo: Union minister Venkaiah Naidu (Press Trust of India) New Delhi: Facing opposition attack over the conversion issue, Government today said in Lok Sabha that neither it nor the BJP was involved in such acts and the state governments ...
 NDTV10 hours ago Opposition harming people's interests by blocking bills: Naidu  Business Standard10 hours ago Opposition parties harming people's interests by blocking Bills: Naidu  IBN Live9 hours ago
India TV

Government Initiates Pilot Project For ...

The project was initiated by M Venkaiah Naidu, union urban development minister and Piyush Goel, union power, coal and new and renewable energy minister in Naraina Vihar area, North Delhi. With an aim to transform Delhi in to a smart city, the Union ...
 EFYTimes.com10 hours ago Government for conversion of streetlights to LED  Asian Age1 day ago Government launches pilot project on conversion of streetlights to LED  Economic Times2 days ago

Moily accuses govt. of betraying people on black money issue

Congress party leader and former union minister Veerappa Moily on Monday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Government at the Centre has betrayed the people of the country by backtracking on the black money isuue. "By saying that they will get ...
 Sify6 hours ago
Times of India

Govt promoting indigenous technologies for tuberculosis diagnosis

In an effort to encourage research projects undertaken for diagnosis of tuberculosis, the Union government has stepped in to provide funds for work that are approved by an expert committee set up by it.
 Times of India10 hours ago

Withdraw coal mines bill or face strike at CIL: Trade Union

Talcher, 21 December: The coal trade union of Bharatiya Majdoor Sangh (BMS) urged upon the central government to withdraw the coal mines (special provisions) bill currently in parliament or face five-day cease work from 6 January across Coal India ...
 The Statesman19 hours ago Mineworker unions declare plan to strike  Morning Star Online3 days ago Indian coal unions plan 5-day strike to protest end of monopoly  Livemint.com4 days ago Coal India on sticky wicket as union serves strike notice  Business Standard India5 days ago

Many government projects proposed for Himalayan region: Rijiju

Reiterating the fact that the Himalaya region has always been strategically important for the nation, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju emphasized over the weekend that there is a need for preserving the region's age-old culture and traditions, ...
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