Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya in a written reply informed the Rajya Sabha that Second National Commission on Labour has recommended that the existing labour laws should be broadly grouped into four or five labour codes on functional basis.
Key proposals were approved and discussed in the Union Cabinet meeting that took place on Wednesday in New Delhi. The meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved key trade, commerce, health and foreign cooperation proposals. Here is an account of all the things that got the nod from PM Modi’s Cabinet.
The policy would enable India to achieve clean power capacity of 225 GW by 2022
The approval will facilitate entry of foreigners for tourism, business and medical purposes.
The strategic importance of a project, to deserve financing under this scheme, will be decided, on a case by case basis.
The proposal will be put online and a second person can give suggestions to improve and beat that proposal.
Government’s amendments to the child labour law are pragmatic. But more remains to be done.
Without better quality schooling, attempts to curb child labour can only go so far.
The Cabinet also approved that suitable enabling provisions should be made in the Recruitment Rules by police forces of all UTs.
The Bill also provides repeal of 111 State Appropriation Acts enacted by Parliament between 1950 and 1976.
Sources in the Urban Development Ministry said the decision has been circulated to all Ministries and to the PMO.
In 31 other bands different users like telecom firms, broadcasters, civil aviation and space would co-exist.
The 15 MHz of spectrum that the defence ministry had agreed to swap with the telecom ministry in the 2,100 MHz frequency band will be auctioned later.
Insurance Bill has been passed by Lok Sabha during current session, but could face hurdles in Rajya Sabha.
The Cabinet also approved the signing and ratifying of the SAARC Regional Railways Agreement by India, as a member state of SAARC.