As many as 1,82,000 jobs were created in these eight sectors including textiles, IT and automobiles during April to June 2014.
In February this year, the department also sent letters to 50,000 such cases. SURABHI
The demand for a change in the present taxation regime will be addressed in the Union Budget 2015-16.
The EPFO estimates that a large part of the Rs 27,000 crore lying with it in inoperative accounts belongs to workers from these two sectors.
Payments of Bonus Act to be amended; eligibility ceiling to be raised to Rs18,000.
Subramanian has also co-authored papers with his predecessor in the finance ministry and now Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan.
The NHAM is expected to provide healthcare facilities including 50 essential drugs.
The economists expressed concern over plans to restrict the ambit of the scheme to just 200 districts.
The letter argues that capping it to 200 districts and restricting state spending will dilute MNREGA's benefits.
Plans to do away with outdated provisions for labour welfare
Shrameva Jayate Plan includes UAN for EPFO subscribers, revamped inspection method.
The official said that big spending items like fuel subsidy is expected also to be taken up towards the end of the fiscal.
The committee, which includes top officials from nearly two dozen ministries was set up last December to rationalise skill development and training schemes.
The issue of intellectual property rights especially in pharmaceuticals have been a constant bugbear in the bilateral trade relations.
The labour ministry is set to launch the National Career Service Portal, which is on the lines of a similar service provided by the UK government.
What New Delhi wants the states to do on Swachchha Bharat Abhiyan.
The bank has now submitted a fresh proposal seeking post -facto confirmation of its foreign investment of 74 per cent.
Deal would help Indians send back social security contributions.
Over Rs 26,000 crore is lying in inoperative accounts of PF members where in the subscriber has not claimed the savings and is untraceable.
Lower crude prices, delay in rollout of Food Security Act likely to help.
This is part of a larger exercise by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) for feedback from its field offices on how to make these reports more efficient and targeted.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to leave for the US on September 26 for a five day visit.
Zainulbhai succeeds former Planning Commission member Arun Maira as the full-time chief of QCI.
India is also expected to take up issues of black money stashed abroad as well as the issue of finding a permanent solution on food subsidies in the WTO.
At present, 35 per cent of the shares in IPOs and FPOs are reserved for retail investors up to a cap of Rs 2 lakh.
The finance ministry too is getting into action to ensure that all insurance claims are processed swiftly.
Union Budget had allocated Rs 63,427 crore as fuel subsidy in 2014-15. But over the last two months.
The Select Committee is expected to submit its report to the Parliament during the Winter Session. It is chaired by BJP MP Chandan Mitra and comprises 15 members.
The New KVP is expected to have relaxed know-your-customer norms but will continue with its earlier tax treatment.
Ministry plans to repeal the Employees’ Liability Act, 1938, the Personal Injuries (Compensation Insurance) Act, 1963, and the Personal Injuries (Emergency Provision) Act, 1962
Each of the accounts under the Jan Dhan Yojana is also linked to direct benefit transfer of subsidies and is seeded with the 16 digit Aadhaar number.
FinMin says clear case for upgrade as economy on strong footing.
Those workers whose starting salary is Rs 15,000 or less will be eligible to become members of the EPS.
The panel is also expected to seek views from public sector and private sector insurers.
Under the MPLADS, each MP can recommend works to the tune of Rs 5 crore annually to the district collector.
The passage of the Apprenticeship Amendment Bill is widely seen as one of the biggest successes in steamrolling labour reforms.