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Japan's SMEs too weak to carry Abe's trickle-up wage plan
Himalayan Times

Japan's SMEs too weak to carry Abe's trickle-up wage plan

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reviews the troops with Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (not seen) at the start of his official visit in Luxembourg city, Luxembourg December 1, 2015. Photo: Reuters TOKYO: Japan's government hopes ... Himalayan Times, 2 months ago

National IR conference on Make-in India Initiatives and Changing Paradigms of Industrial Relations held at XUB

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Xavier School of Human Resource Management (XSHRM), Xavier University Bhubaneswar (XUB) hostedone of a kind Industrial Relations Conference on Make-in India Initiatives and Changing Paradigms of Industrial ...
 Orissadiary.com2 months ago
Millennium Post

Surprises from the northeast

4 February 2016, New Delhi, Prachi Salve and Sanjana Pandit Prachi Salve and Sanjana Pandit analyse some of the economic indicators in the region, and bring to highlight stark contrasts therein. India's fastest-growing state is Meghalaya ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago

More reports on Republic Day and visitations

NIDC Ltd. chairman Tovihoto Ayemi graced the 67th Republic Day celebration at Longkhim as the chief guest on January 26. After unfurling the national tricolour, he addressed the gathering and highlighted various important steps taken by the ...
 Nagaland Post2 weeks ago

Israel-Palestine: The Consequences Of Conflict Management Analysis

By Seth Anziska and Tareq Baconi* The recent return to violence across Israel, the West Bank and Gaza is harrowing, but sadly predictable. It comes on the heels of two events that underscore the desperate nature of the political landscape between ...
 Eurasia Review4 weeks ago

Mauritius: Waiting On a Second Economic Miracle

While high-level scandals have dominated the headlines recently, it is the island's economic performance that will define this make or break year for the government. The Christmas and New Year period is taken very seriously in Mauritius as a time ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago Waiting On a Second Economic Miracle  Equities.com1 month ago


+00:00, Science and Economic Development Canada2015-12-21T15:00:00+00:00, the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of ...
 Gouvernement du Canada1 month ago

Editorial: Engineering regression

For a country that needs to bridge significant gaps in higher education, a move to cap fees in unaided private-sector technical institutes is ill-advised. By 2020, the government hopes to increase gross enrolment ratio from 18% to 30%, which will ...
 Financial Express1 month ago

Cabinet okays Tejaswini scheme to empower women

her move towards empowering women in Jharkhand, the State Cabinet on Tuesday gave its approval for Tejaswini scheme to be funded by the Central Government. The Cabinet, during Tuesday's meeting at the Project Building Secretariat in Ranchi, also ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Relics of a religion

The birth of Christianity in India has been traced to the arrival of St Thomas in Kerala in 52 AD, and the religion is said to have been strengthened by the arrival of St Francis Xavier in Goa in 1542. However, there are a few museums devoted to the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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