Extending workers' safety code to small enterprises will hamper job growth, CII tells govt
CII has suggested government set up common facilities for establishments in a locality to avail on cost basis. Besides, it has suggested labour ministry revisit the penalties proposed for contraventions so that the focus is on compliance and deterrence. The industry body has sent its recommendations to the standing committee on labour.
CII against proposal to lower companies welfare officer hiring threshold
Provisions in the proposed Occupational Safety, Health and Working C...
For the sake of safety: This AI sensor triggers an alarm when kids are left alone in a car
The system works by sending out radar signals that...
Markets see expensive uptrend as people search for safety: Vishal Kampani
Stocks that are very liquid, which can grow at 10-20% are trading at 40 to 50 PE.
Choose debt funds that prioritise safety, liquidity over returns, says Pankaj Pathak of Quantum Mutual Fund
The bond yield curve steepened further as the front end bond yields (up to 5-year maturity bonds) eased by 10-20 basis points, while the longer maturity bond yields remained somewhat stable.
Meghalaya adds more teeth to residents safety act, cabinet issues ordinance
The Amended Meghalaya Residents Safety and Security Bill (MRRSA) 2019 is now approved by the Meghalaya state cabinet in the form of an ordinance to keep a check on illegal immigrants. “...through this amendment, we make it applicable to everybody who are interested in visiting our state,” Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong said.
India views its privacy seriously, data imperialism not acceptable: Ravi Shankar Prasad
Prasad emphasised that any data protection law must be technology agnostic, based upon element of free consent, no abuse of consent beyond the permissible limits, requisite data protection authorities and a fair mechanism for data processing. Equally, there is a need to balance innovation, enterprise in data but with due regard to privacy, he said.
Motown queens fail to live up to top safety standards in tests
In crash tests conducted by UK-based private vehicle safety group Global NCAP, India’s top-selling hatchbacks, Maruti Suzuki WagonR and Hyundai Santro, received two stars and the Datsun RediGo got a single star. The WagonR and Santro achieved two stars for adult and child occupant protection.
Centre bans junk food in school canteens
The FSSAI has framed Food Safety and Standards (Safe food and healthy diets for Schoolchildren) regulations 2019 to clamp down on consumption of unhealthy food by school children.
NSE asks trading members to safeguard investor data
Sebi said there is a need to create awareness among investors about such incidents.
As J&K and Ladakh become Union Territories, here is what changes
Jammu and Kashmir Thursday transitioned from a state into two union territories with a wary Valley shutting down as it has for 88 days. This...
Small and midcaps provide a margin of safety but they need a growth catalyst : Nilesh Shah
If you buy quality companies run by good managers, there are better days ahead.
Coal India to switch over to mechanised coal transportation by FY'24
This initiative involves setting up of Coal Handling Plants with silos having rapid loading systems, which will have benefits like crushing, sizing of coal, quicker and quality coal loading. The system is already operational in some mines.
Air India's Hyderabad MRO eyes EASA certification
The MRO hangar at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport can accommodate two A320 family aircraft simultaneously or one wide body aircraft such as B747 or B777. The MRO facility now offers services to the captive fleet and is planning to increase shifts to two.
41% milk samples of poor quality, 7% samples unfit to consume: FSSAI survey
The milk survey was conducted with the objective of monitoring the safety and quality of liquid milk in the country. About 6,432 Milk samples were taken from across the country for adulteration concern and analysis.
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