EQUAL REMUNERATION ACT
VIEW: All migrants are equal, but some migrants are more equal than others
CAB is a sort of double-entrendre. As the BJP leadership is at pains to explain to anyone with a dour look on his or her face, this is not an anti-Muslim law, but a ‘pro-non-Muslim’ one, with the original provisions of the Citizenship Act allowing anyone, non-Indian Muslims included, to apply for Indian citizenship.
Chief of Defence Staff to come under RTI Act; NSA-led panel submits report
The main task of the CDS will be to ensure jointmanship among the ...
Ajit Pawar's resignation a face-saving act: Khadse
Senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse on Tuesday dubbed Ajit Pawar's resignation as deputy chief...
Is there a way to ensure that will is not challenged in court of law?
It is optional to register a will, however, it can be challenged in a court of law if it has errors even if it is registered. Keep in mind that there are 7 grounds on which a will can be challenged.
Women allowed to work in night shifts in all factories in Karnataka
The state government has in the notification cited Madras High Court judgement striking down Section 66(1)(b) of the Factories Act, 1948, which prohibited employment of women to work in night shifts, and certain conditions laid down by it. Currently, women are allowed to work night shifts only in the IT and IT-enabled service sectors.
Vista Spaces enters into partnership with DMI Alternative Investment
Both firms are jointly evaluating six projects to co-invest under the equity partnership. They have already signed memoranda of understanding for two of those projects.
Industrial Relations Code: Non-renewal of contract won’t be retrenchment
The labour code on Industrial Relations 2019, cleared by the cabinet last week, also says that fixed-term employees will get all statutory benefits like social security, wages, etc. on par with the regular employees who are doing work of same or similar nature. The Bill is expected to be introduced in parliament on Wednesday.
PSUs losing out on best possible service providers: mjunction ltd
mjunction has bagged contracts for e-auction of telecom spectrum for the Department of Telecommunications, e-bidding of oil and gas blocks and more recently, contracts to deploy its e-procurement system at Ordnance Factory Board under the Ministry of Defence and also for all departments of the Government of Bihar – all through open bidding.
Equal sharing deal can not exclude CM's post: Sena mouthpiece
Adopting a harsh tone, the Shiv Sena accused BJP of enacting "second act" of the "use and throw" policy while dealing with its ally. Whatever was decided when the two parties stitched up alliance before the Lok Sabha elections should be implemented, the Sena mouthpiece `Saamana' said in an editorial. It has been almost a week since results were declared.
Code on Wages 2019 becomes a reality; minimum wage for 50 crore workers on the anvil
The government has notified the Code after it received assent from the President of India on August 8.
India’s RCEP call won’t hit Act East Policy: Jaishankar
Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday assured ASEAN and RCEP members that its absence from the block in its present form in no way impacts India’s Indo-Pacific vision.
Don’t want to thrust wage rates on any state: Santosh Gangwar
Union Labour Minister says the Code, in no way, compromises equality in wages.
Ayodhya verdict: Balancing while condemning the 1992 demolition
The balancing done by the Supreme Court needs to be seen in the backdrop of the already enacted Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991.
RBI doesn’t relent, chiefs of private banks need to retire at 70
RBI is of the view that 70 years is a reasonable age for a private bank chiefs to retire.
Aparna Popat talks about gender pay disparity in sports, says women qualify for equal pay as men
Popat says that Indian women have also given a good account of themselves in non-Olympic sports.
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