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Bharat bandh on 8 January: Trade unions claim around 25 cr people likely to participate in nationwide strike
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Bharat bandh on 8 January: Trade unions claim around 25 cr people likely to participate in nationwide strike

Ten central trade unions on Monday said around 25 crore people will participate in a nationwide strike on 8 January to protest against the government's "anti-people" policies

Trade unions to go ahead with 8 January general strike to protest against anti-labour policies of govt
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Trade unions to go ahead with 8 January general strike to protest against anti-labour policies of govt

A day after meeting the labour minister, 10 central trade unions on Friday said they will go ahead with their general strike or 'Bharat Bandh' on 8 January "to protest against anti-labour policies" of the government

Gold imports dip 7% in April-November to $20.57 bn; trade deficit narrows to $106.84 bn
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Gold imports dip 7% in April-November to $20.57 bn; trade deficit narrows to $106.84 bn

India's gold imports, which have a bearing on the current account deficit (CAD), fell about 7 percent to $20.57 billion during April-November period of the ongoing financial year, according to the commerce ministry data

At least 1,000 tonnes onions expected by month-end as private traders place orders
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At least 1,000 tonnes onions expected by month-end as private traders place orders

Private traders have placed orders for importing onions and at least 1,000 tonnes are expected by month-end, which will help ease retail prices that is still ruling high at over Rs 60/kg, a senior government official said on Tuesday

SC verdict on AGR: COAI warns of telecoms sector catastrophe; says Airtel, Vodafone Idea will face 'unprecedented crisis'
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SC verdict on AGR: COAI warns of telecoms sector catastrophe; says Airtel, Vodafone Idea will face 'unprecedented crisis'

India’s telecoms sector and leading players Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea will face an “unprecedented crisis” if the government refuses to relax its demand for $13 billion in outstanding dues, a lobby group says

Govt to seek interim dividend from RBI, says Economic affairs secretary Subhash Chandra Garg
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Govt to seek interim dividend from RBI, says Economic affairs secretary Subhash Chandra Garg

Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg on Wednesday said the government will seek interim dividend from the Reserve Bank of India.

Kerala govt to set up university exclusively for gender studies
India

Kerala govt to set up university exclusively for gender studies

Kerala government is getting ready to set up a first-of-its-kind university in the country, exclusively for research-oriented studies related to gender.

'Indian democracy cannot be a tyranny of the unelected': Arun Jaitley's 'alternative view' on NJAC verdict
Politics

'Indian democracy cannot be a tyranny of the unelected': Arun Jaitley's 'alternative view' on NJAC verdict

The key rationale behind the majority opinion appears to be that independence of judiciary is an essential ingredient of the basic structure of the Constitution. This is unquestionably a correct proposition. Having stated this, the majority transgresses into an erroneous logic.