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The court had a few days back summoned all records relating to the I-T department’s orders for transfer of the cases to Chandigarh. The fact that the Japan International Cooperation Agency has chosen only four projects from different parts of the globe for this award makes it even more memorable for Delhi Metro. Finally Rekha hatched a plan to take revenge,had divorced her on suspicion,Written by Baninder Rahi | Chandigarh | Updated: April 17 He added: ? the state government has proposed labour reforms in the Industrial Disputes Act to ease the closure of factories without any hassles of retrenching the labourers in the state. According to the officials from the labour department any factory having more than 100 employees requires government permission for closure Now it has proposed to increase that number to 300 in the Industrial Disputes Act It has also proposed to add a new section in the Act for raising any dispute related to retrenchment or dismissal from service within three years only At present there is no such bar on raising the dispute and can be raised at any time Besides it has also proposed that factories would not require any prior permission of the government for closure if the employers pay sixty days average pay for every completed year of continuous services at the time of retrenchment Currently there is no such provision in the Act It also proposes to increase the compensation to be given to retrenched labourers by three times Officials say the proposed amendments have been suggested on the lines of Central Model Act circulated by the Union government and considering the amendments made by the Rajasthan government “The amendment would attract more investment and generate more employment The provision of raising the dispute within three years have been suggested as many times it is found that the disputes have been raised 15-20 years later It becomes difficult to verify records” said Rajesh Kumar principal secretary of the labour department Kumar added that the proposed amendments would also reduce the number of contract labourers as industries may appoint labourers permanently Officials in the labour department said similar amendments were proposed in 2015 but were put on back-burner following opposition from the the RSS-affiliated Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) and Shiv Sena’s Bhartiya Kamgar Sena (BKS) “In July a committee was set up under the chairmanship of Labour Minister Sambhaji Patil to study the proposed amendments and submit a report on it The committee did have Sena’s Industries Minister Subhash Desai as its member The committee studied all the proposed amendments and submitted a report Subsequently these amendments have been proposed” said an official The proposal about the amendments is likely to be placed before the state cabinet in this week If it is cleared by the cabinet a bill would be tabled in the winter session of both the houses of legislature for passing it After it is passed by both the houses it would be sent to the President for his nod since it is a central law added the official According to the officials the amendment may add more factories that do not require government permission for closure With this amendment if it goes through more than 90 per cent of total 37000 factories would not require government permission for closure However the labour unions in the state plan to oppose the move saying the proposed amendments are anti-labour and would only worsen the labourers’ conditions “The government has been proposing these amendments for a long time These amendments are anti-labour The factory owners want to have both benefits – retrenchment without government permission and employment of labourers on contractual basis to deprive them of their benefits We will strongly oppose it” said Sukumar Damle state president of the All India Trade Union Congress Suryakant Mahadik of Sena’s BKS said they would also oppose the amendments “Though the Sena was part of the committee that approved the amendments our suggestions were ignored I have already raised the issue with party leadership and the ministers and legislators will soon be asked to oppose it” said Mahadik For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Patna | Published: July 22 2014 4:00 pm Related News Bihar government on Tuesday said that the services of 1137 fixed pay teachers in schools have been terminated as they had acquired the job on the basis of fake and invalid documents and initiated action against those responsible for their appointment This was told by state Education Minister Brishen Patel in Legislative Assembly in reply to a starred question of BJP’s Vikram Kuer The government under Nitish Kumar had recruited nearly 225 lakh fixed pay teachers in schools from 2006 to 2011 to fill in the vacancies of the teachers Patel said that the state government has initiated action against 147 mukhiyas (village headman) and 27 Panchayat sevaks in connection with such recruitments of ineligible persons as teachers A total of 35 FIRs have been lodged in different parts of the state in this connection the minister said The fixed pay teachers are recruited by panchayats The recruitments were made to fill the vacancies of teachers in schools and also provide jobs to youths as there was no recruitment for over a decade before 2005 (when Nitish Kumar had assumed power in the state for the first time) The state government had recently increased their honorarium by Rs 3000 and the education minister has favoured raising it further in view of price rise For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bangalore | Published: February 19 2015 2:40 am Related News Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Wednesday said he was waiting for Contract Negotiation Committee (CNC) report expected in March before deciding on the multi-billion Rafale aircraft agreement “I will not make comments till the CNC gives me a detailed report I will ensure that they put it (the report) to me in March I don’t want to comment because I do not want to prejudice” he said The Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft deal that involves procurement of 126 fighter from French aircraft major Dassault has been stuck over three years The contract involves buying of 18 aircraft in flywaway condition from the firm while the remaining 108 will be manufactured in India by state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Limited under licensed production The French manufacturers were tight lipped about the programme saying “the negotiations are on” but the two sides it is learnt have some disagreement over who would take the guarantee of those manufactured by HAL The French are also banking on the forthcoming visit of PM Narendra Modi to their nation in April Meanwhile commenting on depleting squadron strength of the IAF Parrikar said steps are being taken to increase availability of the existing aircraft He said that steps are being taken to increase the number of Sukhoi aircraft that are being rolled out of HAL annually and soon Light Combat Aircraft Tejas will also be contributing to enhancing the existing fleet of the IAF Parrikar also said that a requirement of additional 388 choppers has been opened for “making in India” wherein foreign original equipment manufacturers have to tie-up with Indian companies to ensure the choppers’ development He also said a separate policy on “Make in India” is likely to be rolled out For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Hyderabad | Updated: March 24 2016 7:58 pm Kanhaiya Kumar addressing the media outside Hyderabad Central University in Hyderabad on Wednesday PTI Photo Top News JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar on Thursday vowed that he would keep up his fight against casteism and economic inequalities but ruled out him campaigning in the coming Assembly polls Kumar who was denied entry into the Hyderabad Central University (HCU) yesterday when he came to express solidarity with the students fighting on the Rohith Vemula issue had to face unpleasant moments today when a man threw a shoe at him in a seminar on “Constitutional rights” A man sitting in the audience threw a shoe at Kumar but it missed the target and fell just ahead of the stage The seminar was organised at Sundrayya Vignana Kendram (SVK) at Baghlingampally here a building run by Left parties Police took away the man even as commotion prevailed in there for sometime The meeting continued after the incident The HCU which witnessed violence after Vice Chancellor Appa Rao Podile took charge two days ago remained peaceful today The HCU non-teaching staff who had gone on a strike protesting vandalisation of VC’s lodge on March 22 allegedly by a group of students resumed their duties today Members of HCU Non-Teaching Staff Union had boycotted duties from Tuesday afternoon in protest against ransacking of Appa Rao’s official residence (VC’s lodge) allegedly by the group of students who were opposing the VC resuming his duty Kumar who resumed his speech after the shoe-throwing incident alleged that democracy is under attack in the country “Today whoever it is be it Marxists Ambedkarites Socialists Lohiaites or Centrists today all types of people are under attack Because democracy is coming under attack today” he said Stressing that he criticised Narendra Modi only because he is the Prime Minister Kanhaiya recited a poem which talks about BJP’s promises including bringing back black money controlling price rise and providing employment Alleging that he was highlighted to divert attention from the Rohith Vemula issue Kanhaiya expressed support to the demand for bringing in a ‘Rohith Act’ to end discrimination in universities Claiming that ‘nationalism’ was brought as the development promised by BJP could not materialise Kanhaiya said nationalism is not about one language one religion one caste or one gender “India is the nation of nations and we should respect all kinds of nationalities in the context of Indian nationalism precisely where we should stand in the support of nationalism not in the support of casteist Brahminical Hindu nationalism This is our position” he said Speaking about the saffronisation allegations he said “You cannot hegemonise ‘Bharat Mata’” Kanhaiya who is on a two-day visit to the city and Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh told reporters earlier that universities are under attack under the NDA government “Are we doing politics or is the government is doing politics The government has a pre-planned script to destroy autonomy of universities… The precise work of universities intellectuals is to promote critical thinking” he said The struggle in JNU is an extension of the campaign in HCU for justice to Vemula There is a similarity between HCU and JNU in the context of alleged attack on students’ activism and autonomy of universities he said Whether it was coincidence or conspiracy that Appa Rao assumed charge ahead of his visit he claimed Maintaining that students were instigated into violence regarding the attack on VC’s office in HCU Kanhaiya said he condemned violence in any form The truth would come out in the incident he added Citing examples of FTII Aligarh University HCU and JNU he claimed the campuses are becoming war zones because some students’ groups are working for government Replying to a query he said his organisation has nothing to do with the anti-national slogans raised in JNU in February “There is a difference between sedition and (being) anti-national” he added He also said he would not campaign in the electionscoming up in different states The development agenda of NDA government has taken a backseat during the last two years of its rule Kanhaiya alleged “There is a difference between ‘desh bhakti’ and ‘Modi bhakti’ Some people are trying to establish ‘Modi bhakti’ as ‘desh bhakti’” he said Charging that there was a conspiracy to pit soldiers against the students he said soldiers farmers and students like Rohith Vemula are martyrs and that they cannot be fought against each other Asked if he compared Vemula with Bhagat Singh as he compared Vemula’s mother with Bhagat Singh’s mother he said Vemula became a “martyr” because he was a target of ‘manuvad’ “Crony capitalism should be fought by striving for productive capital that generates employment” he said Kanhaiya said the path advocated by great Indian personalities for the “liberation of people” should be followed Noting that Constitution talks about “true patriotism” he said the slogan to be raised is ‘Jai Jawan’ ‘Jai Kisan’ and ‘Jai Samvidhan’ “There should be azadi (freedom) from Manuvadand untouchability” he said Meawhile police said those who threw shoe at Kumar during the seminar have been identified as Naresh Kumar and Pavan Kumar and they belonged to ‘Gomatha Rakshaka Committee’ Last evening Kumar was not allowed to enter the HCU campus where he was scheduled to address students agitating over the suicide of the Dalit scholar in January this year Kanhaiya who came with Rohith’s mother and brother to express solidarity with the students was greeted yesterday with slogans for and against him at the gate after the University issued a notification banning entry of outsiders including political parties media and other social/student groups besides police keeping a strict security at the main gate preventing non-students from entering For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News 2017 5:32 am Besides, others had sticks in their hands. we as an industry body we have advised the industrial units in and around Naliya to shut all production activities 12 hour prior to the cyclone.

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