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May 02, 2018
Walmart's looming acquisition of Flipkart will be a game changer for e-commerce in India; merger to boost job creationGoing by the recent news reports, US retail giant Walmart may soon foray into the e-commerce sector by acquiring a stake in Flipkart.
Mar 23, 2018
Global study suggests tourism in India will contribute more to economy, employ more people by 2028Happy tidings may in store for India's travel and tourism sector in the years to come, a global report released recently suggests.
Mar 07, 2018
International Labour Organisation projects India's unemployment at 18.6 million in 2018: GovtThe International Labour Organisation (ILO) has projected unemployment in India at 18.6 million in 2018, higher than 18.3 million in 2017 in its report, Parliament was informed on Wednesday
Jan 09, 2018
Budget 2018: Employment generation must figure high on Narendra Modi govt's agendaWhen both endogenous and exogenous factors conspire to prevent industrial and employment revival, the only course left for the Modi government to announce a big bang reform that can take off without much resistance if the BJP ruled states show the way
Dec 08, 2017
Ensure employment creation with special focus on rural unemployed, says Pranab MukherjeeMukherjee said recent figures suggest a "marked improvement" in the reduction of unemployment ratio in urban areas but the rural areas continue to face troubles
May 25, 2017
Pakistan defence spend may rise 30% but its real enemies are Chinese debt trap, povertyA steeper-than-expected rise in defence spend wouldn’t be good news for a crippled economy like Pakistan, largely running on Chinese aid.
Apr 25, 2017
Union minister Kalraj Mishra says involvement of people in khadi can uproot terrorismUnion minister Kalraj Mishra on Tuesday said that involvement of people through the khadi industry could help uproot terrorism.
Jan 08, 2014
More jobs? Forget IT, look at healthcare insteadBetween 2004-05 and 2011-12, education, health and recreation services added even more employment than the fast growing financial, real estate, business and IT services sector.