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Labour commission to look into staff unrest at Coke plants
The maker of Coca-Cola, Thums Up and Sprite aerated drinks and Maaza mango drink is learnt to have sold off 10% of its companyowned bottling operations in four markets in North India to its existing franchise bottlers.
Air India stops issuing tickets on credit to government agencies that owe it over Rs 10 lakh: Official
"Various agencies, including the Centr...
Each vote cast for BJP is a vote against free electricity, education and healthcare: Sisodia
Claiming that the BJP is insulting the people of...
Wrong to say DeMo, GST & bank mergers not working; but there are teething troubles: FM
Problems do come up as all of us are getting into a formal system, into a technology driven system. I can understand the difficulties but I would not reject moving forward with the system which is in place and which benefits all of us. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on India attaining a $5-trillion economy, GST, failure of reforms and more.
Boris Johnson heads north to celebrate crushing election win
Johnson's campaign mantra to "get Brexit done" and widespread unease with the leadership style and socialist policies of opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn combined to give the ruling Conservatives 365 seats in the House of Commons, its best performance since party icon Margaret Thatcher's last victory in 1987.
UK Inc cheers Johnson win, but Brexit still looms
Johnson’s win laid to rest concerns about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s radical plans to nationalise swathes of British industry and impose onerous rules on business, such as handing workers as much as 10% ownership in companies. Still, for many companies Brexit remains a worry, and executives urged Johnson to take his time and strike a business-friendly deal with the EU.
UK PM Johnson visits Hindu temple, vows to partner with PM Modi to build new India
Prime Minister Johnson vowed to partner with his Indian counterpart Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his mission to build a new India.
More reforms needed to boost jobs, incomes: OECD
Restoring growth to the higher levels needed to provide ample jobs and ease inequality will require accelerating the pace of structural reforms to revive investment and exports.
Boris Johnson promises Australian-style visa policy from January 2021
In a speech on the General Election campaign trail, Johnson called for people to vote for the Conservative Party to get Brexit done by the January 31 deadline and put all related changes in motion thereafter. The party has pegged its post-Brexit skills-based visa plans as one that would be equally applied to nationals of all countries.
ISIS claims London Bridge attack, says PoK-linked terrorist was one of its fighters
The group claimed the responsibility for Usman Khan's knife rampage on the streets of London. The news emerged as former schoolmates of the 28-year-old terrorist, who was shot dead by armed police officers, revealed he had been seen preaching under the ISIS flag as a young teenager after he dropped out of school in Stoke-on-Trent in central England.
India mulls 'One Nation, One Pay Day': Labour Minister Santosh Gangwar
"There should be a pan-India single wage day every month across various sectors to ensure that workers get timely payment of salaries. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keen on this legislation to get passed soon. Similarly, we are also looking at uniform minimum wages across sectors which will safeguard better livelihood of workers," he said.
Keith Vaz retires after 32 years as UK MP
Vaz had been the Labour Party's MP for Leicester East since 1987 but announced in a statement overnight on Sunday that he would not be seeking re-election in the December 12 General Election. "I have decided to retire after completing 32 years as the Member of Parliament for Leicester East. In that time, I have won eight general elections," Vaz said.
View: Maharashtra drama, the only ‘ism’ that matters in Indian politics is opportunism
On Friday evening, Sharad Pawar claimed there was consensus over Uddhav Thackeray as chief minister of the Shiv Sena-NCP alliance. On Saturday morning, even before 8am, Devendra Fadnavis was sworn in as chief minister with NCP’s Ajit Pawar as deputy chief minister. The drama has a name: grab power at any cost. What conclusions emerge?
Indian-origin MP in race to replace Jeremy Corbyn after Labour's "shattering" poll defeat
The 40-year-old MP won her Wigan seat in the north-west of England, holding on to one of the key bricks in the so-called "red wall" which collapsed as Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party won over traditional Labour Party voters across the region.
Boris Johnson calls for closure on Brexit in first speech after landslide poll win
The 55-year-old was driven to Buckingham Palace for his audience with Queen Elizabeth II for the formal government formation protocol as the final results tally handed him a solid 80-seat majority - the party's largest since 1987 under Margaret Thatcher.
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