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Aug 14, 2017
Article 35 A: Separatists have no right to talk about it says Omar AbdullahOmar Abdullah on Monday said separatist leaders have no business talking about Article 35A as they do not believe in the Constitution of India
Aug 08, 2017
Recruiters blame Brexit as staff shortage worsens in United KingdomA shortage of staff for British employers worsened in July, hurt by the departure of European Union workers after 2016's Brexit vote
Aug 07, 2017
India's gender employment gap will ease if working mothers are provided reliable caregiversMore mothers with young children could opt for paid work if they found reliable alternative caregivers to take care of family-related responsibilities, a survey in Rajasthan’s Udaipur district show
Aug 07, 2017
Indian students will never excel unless they question authority, try to understand need for social justiceIt is clear to me, based on the large sample size that I have encountered, that Indian children are not rebellious. They are conventional.
Aug 05, 2017
Why Indian workplaces are losing women, and the complex web of constraints that keep them awayThe trend for this year points to a continuing story of Indian women increasingly clocking out of the workplace.
Jul 30, 2017
Congress holds anti-GST protests in Delhi, claims new tax regime is robbing youth of employmentThe Congress Sunday protested the Centre's GST, claiming that the new tax regime is "robbing" employment opportunities from the youth and causing inflation
Jul 24, 2017
Scary jobs data: Of 44.8 mn aspirants, just 2.54 lakh got employment in 2015, says govtIn 2013, the placement was over 0.7 percent. In the year prior to that, however, the number is slightly better at over 0.9 percent
Jul 24, 2017
Unorganised sector jobs not growing for 5 years; note ban may have just deepened the crisisIt is clear from the survey findings that this sector and its job creation potential failed to keep up with the country’s economic growth
Jul 15, 2017
Manual scavenging is a contravention of human rights: Madras High Courtmanual scavenging was prima facie a contravention of human rights and the right to live with dignity as per the Constitution, the Madras High Court today directed the Centre and the Tamil Nadu government
Jul 14, 2017
Airbnb host to pay $5,000 for refusing Asian-American guestA racist Airbnb host has been ordered to pay a $5,000 fine and take a college-level course in Asian-American studies after she cancelled reservation because the guest was Asian.