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PTI
Doha, June 6, 2016
PM Modi said due to his government's efforts to clean the system, Rs 36,000 crore have been saved annually by stopping leakages and theft in government schemes.


Team BT
Delhi, April 16, 2016
HR leaders from Delhi discussed the need for newer strategies to prepare for the future.


Rajeshree Sabnavis
February 17, 2016
'Inclusive growth' is high on agenda for every economy including India, and developing a roadmap for attaining inclusive growth is the foremost task dominating the minds of leaders and academicians alike.


PTI
New Delhi, August 16, 2015
Domestic servants, who stare at an uncertain future when they grow weak with age and are thrown out of their job, will now have the cushion of a social security scheme under which the employer will have a mandatory contribution.


T Muralidharan
July 23, 2015
The key will be the ability to mobilise the right students; students who want to make a career in the field they pursued during their undergraduate studies.


Sarika Malhotra
May 24, 2015
Cut to Kailash Nagar in East Delhi where some 50,000 children are engaged in thread cutting of jeans. They get 40 paisa per piece for thread cutting and 75 paisa for packing. These children don't work in any factory or production unit, neither do they go to fetch work.


Dilip Piramal
March 5, 2015
It is imperative that we promote that sector of industry which has the maximum potential for employment, namely manufacturing.


Rafael Nam and Abhishek Vishnoi
Mumbai, December 30, 2014
India has too few skilled labourers thanks to decades of neglect in training and it desperately needs electricians, bricklayers and plumbers.


Sanjiv Kataria
November 21, 2014
Is this the India that prides itself in launching the Mars Orbital Mission? Is this the home of the Taj Mahal -the most wonderful piece of architecture through great craftsmanship and little technology built?


Rajesh Kumar Singh
New Delhi, June 30, 2014
With the benefit of a single party majority in Lok Sabha for the first time in 30 years, laws that date back to just after the end of British rule are set for an overhaul. Officials at the labour ministry say this is a top priority in the government's first 100 days in office.


Reuters
Gurgaon, December 27, 2013
Despite little evidence that interest rates can control food prices, RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has raised rates twice since taking over to prevent food-price inflation from spilling over into the wider economy. He has warned of another hike next month if prices don't cool significantly.


PTI
Washington, April 20, 2013
India topped the list of countries receiving remittances, followed by China ($60 billion), the Philippines ($24 billion), Mexico ($23 billion) and Nigeria and Egypt ($21 billion each), the World Bank said.


Shamni Pande
March 13, 2013
The skills shortage is costing India dear, yet remedies remain uncoordinated and young people's aspirations do not match reality.


www.businesstoday.in
October 22, 2012
By getting industry status, the real estate sector will get access to easier finance and this would bring down home prices so that come within the reach of the middle class, says Amrapali Group CMD Anil Kumar Sharma.


Manasi Mithel
September 1, 2012
TJ's, the multi-product brand from Tihar Jail, is a brand with a diverse product portfolio. The mix includes everything from bread, apparel, furniture and mustard oil to paper products. It is now looking to hit the big time through tie-ups with mainstream retail stores.


Nilav Bose and Sanjeev Mehra
March 28, 2012
This case study, by the London School of Business, explores the problems the company faced and how it continues to tackle the challenges.


Pritam P Hans
February 24, 2012
Conventional brick-and-mortar construction technology is giving way to modern methods. You may be able to buy a ready-made home in a few years from now.


Sunny Sen and Anand J
July 16, 2011
Contiuous strikes at auto factories over contract workers being paid far less than permanent employees has become a common feature and unless this growing problem is speedily addressed, widespread labour unrest, which seemed to have been laid to rest, may rise again.


Rahul Oberoi/Money Today
July 6, 2011
You can add some spices in your investment portfolio since they are likely to give good returns during the coming months due to supply constraints.


www.businesstoday.in
May 26, 2011
Draft proposals of working group for consideration of NAC-II with regard to land acquisition.


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