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Delhi odd-even: Private drivers put on half pay, another side to this war on pollution

Jan 06, 2016

Delhi odd-even: Private drivers put on half pay, another side to this war on pollution

Perhaps the goal is worth that risk of losing jobs but really, you cannot suddenly pay your driver half a salary, that is just not done. #ConnectTheDots #Salary #South Delhi #fuel stations #odd-even #Private drivers
New top dog: Kohli's IPL 'actual salary' higher than MS Dhoni's

Jan 02, 2016

New top dog: Kohli's IPL 'actual salary' higher than MS Dhoni's

Kohli's actual salary in Royal Challengers Bangalore was listed as Rs 15 crore while the purse deduction amount was Rs 12.50 crore in the list put up by BCCI in its website, just days ahead of the Lodha Committee's reform report on January 4. #Indian Premier League #IPL #Royal Challengers Bangalore #Virat Kohli #MS Dhoni #Pune #RCB #CSK #IPL 9 #IPL retention list #IPL salaries
Delhi Assembly passes bill to effect 400% hike in MLA salary

Dec 03, 2015

Delhi Assembly passes bill to effect 400% hike in MLA salary

The basic monthly salary of Delhi MLAs and ministers is all set to go up by a whopping 400 per cent besides significant hike in a slew of allowances with the assembly on Thursday approving a bill to effect the increase considering rising cost of living. #NewsTracker #Pension #salaries #MLA #Allowances #AAP #Delhi
Saving innocent undertrials: How Airtel's Nyaya Bharti programme falls short of the CSR benchmark

Dec 01, 2015

Saving innocent undertrials: How Airtel's Nyaya Bharti programme falls short of the CSR benchmark

In the event, Airtel would be giving Rs 5 crore as donation that alas would beget it neither tax deduction nor pro tanto relief from CSR obligation mandated by the company law. #HowThisWorks #Sunil Mittal #Tax #Ministry of Corporate Affairs #Airtel #Corporate social responsibility #Companies Act #Nyaya Bharti #Voluntary Surrender of Salaries Act #section 80G
Delhi Cabinet approves salary hike of MLAs

Nov 28, 2015

Delhi Cabinet approves salary hike of MLAs

The AAP government today approved a hike in salary and allowances of Delhi MLAs. The decision was taken at a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at his residence. #NewsTracker #Salary #Kejriwal #MLAs #Delhi
Bonanza for govt staff: 7th Pay Commission recommends 23.55% hike; OROP for civilians too

Nov 20, 2015

Bonanza for govt staff: 7th Pay Commission recommends 23.55% hike; OROP for civilians too

In a big bonanza to central employees and pensioners, the seventh Pay Commission today recommended a 23.55 per cent increase in salary, allowances and pension along with a virtual one-rank-one-pension for civilians, involving an additional outgo of Rs 1.02 lakh crore a year. #NewsTracker #Salary #government employees #7th Pay Commission #civilians #OROP #India
7th Pay Commission Report: Salary to go up by 16%; allowances by 63%; pension up by 24%

Nov 19, 2015

7th Pay Commission Report: Salary to go up by 16%; allowances by 63%; pension up by 24%

The report recommends a minimum basic pay for Central government staff of Rs 18,000 with a maximum pay of Rs 2.25 lakh per month. #GDP #NewsTracker #Arun Jaitley #Salary #Pension #7th Pay Commission #Justice AK Mathur #Economy
BJP Cong accuse AAP of being 'khaas aadmi ki sarkar' after salary hike move

Oct 07, 2015

BJP Cong accuse AAP of being 'khaas aadmi ki sarkar' after salary hike move

The recommendations of a committee constituted by the Delhi Assembly Speaker to allow a whopping two-and-half fold increase in the salaries of Delhi MLAs, were on Wednesday slammed by the BJP and Congress who accused the AAP government of being "khaas aadmi ki sarkar". #Congress #BJP #NewsTracker #Delhi government #Kejriwal #AAP #salary hike #Delhi Assembly speaker
Three-member panel recommends a 400% hike in basic salary of Delhi MLAs

Oct 07, 2015

Three-member panel recommends a 400% hike in basic salary of Delhi MLAs

Salary and allowances of Delhi MLAs may see a whopping two-and-half fold hike from current Rs 88,000 per month to Rs 2.10 lakh if recommendations of an expert panel are accepted. #NewsTracker #Aam Aadmi Party #AAP #salary hike #Delhi MLAs #India #Delhi