Speaking during a briefing organised by Students Islamic Organisation (SIO) here, the outfits asked why political parties, otherwise vocal on issues of minorities, are silent at a time when the tag of the two prestigious institutions is “being played with”.
A renewed funding squeeze may undermine MGNREGA’s recent revival, fear civil society activists.
The seeming revival over the last two quarters reverses the trend of declining employment under MGNREGA seen during the first year of the Modi government.
Centre must take up strategic disinvestment with vigour.
The Congress, it is learnt, is keen that the credit for the NDA climb-down goes to Rahul Gandhi.
The move comes days before the ordinance is set to lapse on August 31, following which provisions of the 2013 Act would have prevailed.
The objective is to ensure that a standard minimum wage rate exists for all kinds of occupations.
On June 15, Rehmani had written a letter to Imams and the heads of Muslim outfits urging them to unite against the agenda of the Modi government.
Has the Naga insurgency, India’s oldest, really ended? It is too soon to say.
What’s more worrying is that private investments — on skid row since the last couple of years —are expected to decline another 8 per cent this fiscal, it said.
The Act stipulates that wages be paid within 15 days of the work being completed. According to ministry data, over 50 per cent of the wages so far this year have not been paid on time.
Planting fruit-bearing trees specific to the region can aid revenue generation.
Going against the grain of entrenched pacifism in Japan, Abe is making the case that Tokyo should respond to the rapidly unfolding geopolitical changes in the region.
According to a report prepared by the CBDT, in more than 30 per cent cases, appeals are filed mechanically “without appreciation of the maintainability of the issue involved”.
As per the earlier proposal, the Centre was to provide for 75 per cent of the construction cost of rental units.