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Tech students, with the latest successful test of its Scramjet engine. 2009 12:59 am Related News City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO), and bonuses. However hours reported for overtime are only reported as single hours not one and a half hours even if paid as such Should youhave anyquestions please contact: Todd Selby at 3179771440 [email protected]; Brian Jent at 3179771402 [email protected]; or David Bufford at 5025689368 [email protected] or your regular Hall Render attorney By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: June 22 2016 5:57 pm Top News Government today approved a Rs 6000 crore special package for textiles & apparel sector to create one crore new jobs in 3 years attracting investments of USD 11 billion and generating USD 30 billion in exports The measures approved include additional incentives for duty drawback scheme for garments flexibility in labour laws to increase productivity as well as tax and production incentives for job creation in garment manufacturing “Over the last few years apparel manufacturing had shifted to countries like China which had cost advantages However China’s cost advantage has been neutralised to some extent because of increase in labour wages We have advantages of economies of scale Therefore it was decided to take steps to give a boost to the sector The package will help in realising the true potential of employment generation in the textile and apparel sector” Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told reporters here The decision was taken at a meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “The Rs 6000 crore package will result in additonal investments worth USD 11 billion creation of one crore additional jobs and increase in exports worth USD 304 billion which will help boost textile and garmenting sector “We will overtake Vietnam and Bangladesh in garment exports within next three years if we properly implement the package” Textiles Secretary Rashmi Verma told reporters here Among the measures to usher in flexibility in labour laws are increasing overtime hours for workers which are not to exceed 8 hours per week in line with ILO norms and introduction of fixed term employment looking at the seasonal nature of the garment sector A fixed term workman will be considered at par with permanent workman in terms of working hours wages allowanced and other statutory dues “The package breaks new ground in moving from input to outcome based incentives by increasing subsidy under Amended-TUFS from 15 per cent to 25 per cent for the garment sector as a boost to employment generation” an official statement said A unique feature of the scheme will be to disburse the subsidy only after the expected jobs are created The majority of new jobs are likely to go to women since the garment industry employs nearly 70% women workforce Thus the package would help in social transformation through women empowerment Industry bodies welcomed the initiatives including labour reforms saying that the sector has huge potential for job creation Some said however that support for R&D was missing For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News “I strongly feel prayers are heard and the Cross is a powerful symbol, ? Central office computers are fully updated with the new software in which all the related data is pre-fed. he added. they encountered two armed youths and asked them to halt.involved in restoration and renovation of war-damaged schools.
while they have only eight plots.specially when a lot of confusion was prevailing in that state,property dispute?Bihar topped the list with 9909 deaths As many as 28145 people were killed due to betrayals in love affairs or sexual relationships.000 pilgrims left for the cave this morning from the twin base camps of Nunwan in Pahalgam area of Anantnag district and Baltal in Ganderbal district.the pilgrims would be allowed to proceed to their destinations, they said They said while 12235 pilgrims started their onward journey from Baltal base campas many as 7432 devotees were allowed from Nunwan to track the 45-km distance to the cave shrinehousing the naturally formed ice-shivlingam The officials said a total of 171582 pilgrims had visited the cave shrine and offered their prayers after having ‘darshan’ (glimpse) of the ice-lingam For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 19 2017 7:58 pm Within 24 hours of Google digital payment app ‘Tez’ being launched in India Google has seen nearly 18 crore gross merchandise volume (GMV) done with over four lakh active users (File Photo) Related News Within 24 hours of Google digital payment app ‘Tez’ being launched in India Google has seen nearly 18 crore gross merchandise volume (GMV) done with over four lakh active users “In the past 24 hours 18 crore GMV done on Tez already with 410000 active users” a Google spokesperson told IANS on Tuesday GMV is the total value of merchandise sold over a given period of time Finance Minister Arun Jaitley launched the app in the capital on Monday afternoon saying the idea of “Tez” was discussed by Google’s India-born CEO Pichai in January just after demonetisation “Google saw a great potential in Indian economy and businesses” Jaitley said adding that Google’s new digital payments app over the next few months was likely to make major advances in digital transaction volumes Replying to this Pichai on Tuesday tweeted: “We hope that the launch of @TezByGoogle will help take India one step closer to your vision of @_DigitalIndia” Built on the Indian government-supported Unified Payments Interface (UPI) Tez allows users free of charge to make small or big payments straight from their bank accounts The app was built for India working on the vast majority of the country’s smartphones and is available in English and seven Indian languages (Hindi Bengali Gujarati Kannada Marathi Tamil and Telugu) The app works in partnership with four Banks – Axis Bank HDFC Bank ICICI Bank and State Bank of India – to facilitate the processing of payments across over 50 UPI-enabled banks According to DD Mishra Research Director Gartner Tez provides promising features which are in-line with the requirements “It is too early to say whether it can be a game changer as evolution in this business is going to continue but yes it has the capabilities to bring some disruption as of now” Mishra said in a statement Moreover Google’s information about an individual’s preferences can play a good role in enabling business to know their preferences and provide offers with interesting options “The mobile wallet industry too is evolving and we are at an interesting stage in this competition Eventually UPI payments will have an upper hand if it continues to remain free and provide better security convenience and add more Value Added Services” Mishra informed Google also announced “Tez for Business” which offers businesses new ways to unlock the potential of digital payments and engage their customers “Google will need to keep adding new innovative services on top of it to continue to differentiate and build an ecosystem quickly to succeed It is expected to face competition from UPI and wallet applications who are also working on similar initiatives” Mishra added For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: October 21 2010 1:22 pm Related News The newly-appointed interlocutors of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday said their talks are a “difficult” exercise but they would approach all with an “open mind and a big heart” Eminent journalist Dileep Padgaonkarwho along with noted academician Radha Kumar and former CIC member M M Ansarimet Prime Minister Manmohan Singhsaid their talks would be comprehensive and they would engage in dialogue with all shades of opinion “The Prime Minister reiterated support at the highest level The Prime Minister said talk particularly with youth and women” he told reporters after the meeting Padgaonkar said the way of looking at Kashmir has been different from region to region and the three-member panel would be sensitive to all aspects “These are difficult talks We will be talking with an open mind and a big heart It will be comprehensive” he said Padgaonkar said the interlocutors would be going to Srinagar at the earliest and the Prime Minister conveyed to them that they were welcome to share their insights with him anytime “We are hugely impressed with the depth and sincerity of the Prime Minister to ensure that a solution is found…We are planning to visit Jammu and Kashmir once every month We will be submitting interim reports after every visit with suggestions and recommendations We have a mandate of a year” he said Another interlocutor Radha Kumar said the Prime Minister stressed on the importance of finding a political solution which is comprehensive “He (the Prime Minister) said it (talks) must take into account aspirations of people Dialogue should take into account previous dialogues as well those involving dissident groupsincluding Pak-related processes that were part of it” she said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | South Korea | Updated: August 21 2014 1:32 pm In this Sunday Aug 17 2014 photo a Chinese boy eats instant noodles at the waiting lounge of the south train station in Beijing (Source: AP) Related News Kim Min-koo has an easy reply to new American research that hits South Korea where it hurts — in the noodles Drunk and hungry just after dawn he rips the lid off a bowl of his beloved fast food wobbling on his feet but still defiant over a report that links instant noodles to health hazards “There’s no way any study is going to stop me from eating this” says Kim his red face beaded with sweat as he adds hot water to his noodles in a Seoul convenience store His mouth waters wooden chopsticks poised above the softening strands his glasses fogged by steam At last he spears a slippery heap lets forth a mighty noodle-cooling blast of air and starts slurping “This is the best moment — the first bite” Kim a freelance film editor who indulges about five times a week says between gulps “The taste the smell the chewiness — it’s just perfect” Instant noodles carry a broke college student aura in America but they are an essential even passionate part of life for many in South Korea and across Asia Hence the emotional heartburn caused by a Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital study in the United States that linked instant noodles consumption by South Koreans to some risks for heart disease In this Aug 19 2014 photo Han Seung-youn 36 eats “ramyeon” instant noodle at a Ramyeon restaurant in Seoul South Korea (Source: AP) The study has provoked feelings of wounded pride mild guilt stubborn resistance even nationalism among South Koreans who eat more instant noodles per capita than anyone in the world Many of those interviewed vowed like Kim not to quit Other noodle lovers offered up techniques they swore kept them healthy: taking Omega-3 adding vegetables using less seasoning avoiding the soup Some dismissed the study because the hospital involved is based in cheeseburger-gobbling America The heated reaction is partly explained by the omnipresence here of instant noodles which for South Koreans usually mean the spicy salty “ramyeon” that costs less than a dollar a package Individually-wrapped disposable bowls and cups are everywhere: Internet cafes libraries trains ice-skating rinks Even at the halfway point of a trail snaking up South Korea’s highest mountain hikers can refresh themselves with cup noodles Elderly South Koreans often feel deep nostalgia for instant noodles which entered the local market in the 1960s as the country began clawing its way out of the poverty and destruction of the Korean War into what’s now Asia’s fourth-biggest economy Many vividly remember their first taste of the once-exotic treat and hard-drinking South Koreans consider instant noodles an ideal remedy for aching alcohol-laden bellies and subsequent hangovers In this Aug 19 2014 customers eat “ramyeon” instant noodle at a ramyeon restaurant in Seoul South Korea (Source: AP) Some people won’t leave the country without them worried they’ll have to eat inferior noodles abroad What could be better at relieving homesickness than a salty shot of ramyeon “Ramyeon is like kimchi to Koreans” says Ko Dong-ryun 36 an engineer from Seoul referring to the spicy fermented vegetable dish that graces most Korean meals “The smell and taste create an instant sense of home” Ko fills half his luggage with instant noodles for his international business travels a lesson he learned after assuming on his first trip that three packages would suffice for six days “Man was I wrong Since then I always make sure I pack enough” The US study was based on South Korean surveys from 2007-2009 of more than 10700 adults aged 19-64 about half of them women It found that people who ate a diet rich in meat soda and fried and fast foods including instant noodles were associated with an increase in abdominal obesity and LDL or “bad” cholesterol Eating instant noodles more than twice a week was associated with a higher prevalence of metabolic syndrome another heart risk factor in women but not in men The study raises important questions but can’t prove that instant noodles are to blame rather than the overall diets of people who eat lots of them cautions Alice Lichtenstein director of the cardiovascular nutrition lab at Tufts University in Boston In this Aug 19 2014 photo a cook prepares “ramyeon” instant noodles for Han Seung-youn left during an interview at a ramyeon restaurant in Seoul South Korea (Source: AP) “What’s jumping out is the sodium (intake) is higher in those who are consuming ramen noodles” she says “What we don’t know is whether it’s coming from the ramen noodles or what they are consuming with the ramen noodles” There’s certainly a lot of sodium in those little cups A serving of the top-selling instant ramyeon provides more than 90 percent of South Korea’s recommended daily sodium intake Still it’s tough to expect much nutrition from a meal that costs around 80 cents says Choi Yong-min 44 marketing director for Paldo a South Korean food company “I can’t say it’s good for your health but it is produced safely” By value instant noodles were the top-selling manufactured food in South Korea in 2012 the most recent year figures are available with about 185 trillion won ($18 billion) worth sold according to South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety China is the world’s largest instant noodle market according to the World Instant Noodles Association although its per capita consumption pales next to South Korea’s The food is often a low-end option for Chinese people short of money time or cooking facilities In this Monday Aug 18 2014 photo Japanese instant noodle lover Miyuki Ogata a 33-year-old director for films and TV shows eats an instant cup noodle in Tokyo (Source: AP) Japan considered the spiritual home of instant noodles boasts a dazzling array Masaya “Instant” Oyama 55 who says he eats more than 400 packages of instant noodles a year rattles off a sampling: Hello Kitty instant noodles polar bear instant noodles developed by a zoo black squid ink instant noodles In Tokyo 33-year-old Miyuki Ogata considers instant noodles a godsend because of her busy schedule and contempt for cooking They also bring her back to the days when she was a poor student learning to become a filmmaker and would buy two cup noodles at the 100 yen shop Every time she eats a cup now she is celebrating what she calls “that eternal hungry spirit” In South Korea it’s all about speed cost and flavor Thousands of convenience stores have corners devoted to noodles: Tear off the top add hot water from a dispenser wait a couple minutes and it’s ready to eat often at a nearby counter Some even skip the water pounding on the package to break up the dry noodles adding the seasoning then shaking everything up “It’s toasty chewy much better than most other snacks out there” Byon Sarah 28 who owns a consulting company says of a technique she discovered in middle school “And the seasoning is so addictive — sweet salty and spicy” Cheap electric pots that boil water for instant noodles in one minute are popular with single people Making an “instant” meal even faster however isn’t always appreciated In this Sunday Aug 17 2014 photo a child eats instant noodle at a train station in Beijing (Source: AP) At the comic book store she runs in Seoul Lim Eun-jung 42 says she noticed a lot more belly fat about six months after she installed a fast-cooking instant noodle machine for customers “It’s obvious that it’s not good for my body” Lim says “But I’m lazy and ramyeon is the perfect fast food for lazy people” A recent US study linking instant noodle consumption by South Koreans to some risks for heart disease has prompted a passionate response throughout Asia where the noodles are not just a cheap treat but an essential part of life Some comments from noodle lovers across Asia: “Eating instant noodles is like smoking cigarettes” said Han Seung-youn a 36-year-old photographer and daily instant noodle eater in South Korea “Everyone knows that cigarettes are bad for you but some smokers live to be 100 while others die at 30 … I think it’s worse to have hamburgers and pizza as your daily meals like in the United States” Yang Lu a college student in the northeast Chinese city of Daqing said her residence hall bans cookware but instant noodles only need hot water — making them a food of convenience for students “Our dining hall has delicious food but whenever we are lazy everyone in the dormitory gets the instant noodles and seeps them in hot water” Yang said “We are too lazy to go downstairs” Yang says she loves instant noodles but only eats them about once a week partly because of health concerns “They are not good for your liver” Yang said “Sometimes I eat it every day It’s tasty and convenient to cook I don’t need my wife to help me make it” said Cho Hwang-ho a 70-year-old retiree who was shopping for instant noodles with his wife in Seoul The health study didn’t worry him “Don’t I look fit” he asked “Instant noodles every once in a while won’t kill you” “The kids love it but I have to admit that I feel guilty that I’m feeding them unhealthy stuff” Park Hyung-ki 42 said in a park along Seoul’s Han River as he wound instant noodles around his chopsticks and fed his son who opened his mouth wide like a baby bird in a nest But he added “The price is so cheap; tonight’s dinner costs less than 10000 won ($10) for all four of us” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News After the merger,25, Patan said that harmonisation of international arbitration practices for speedy disposal of corporate disputes.t schools in Himachal have adequate number of teachers? 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