As Capt Amarinder Singh extends legal help to Republic Day rioters, Punjab police ‘controls’ protesting teachers with sticks: Details
The protestors took out a state-level rally against the government for being jobless, despite clearing the ETT and TET exams.
India Today group today announced that it is shutting down its Delhi-tabloid Mail Today.
Political callisthenics in Didi’s Poschimbanga: A tale of hollow promises, corruption, misrule, unemployment and appeasement
The tragedy in West Bengal today is that the claims of the government and the reality on the ground are often miles apart
Watch: PML-N leader Khawaja Asif slams Imran Khan for Pakistan’s brother nations voting for India at UNSC
"The destruction caused to Pakistan due to Imran Khan can only be reversed if we get rid of him," Pakistani politician Khawaja Asif
Rajasthan girls climb a water tank to protest against Gehlot govt, climb down after 2 days on CM’s request
On the afternoon of Saturday, 21 December, 5 girls had climbed on a 50 meters high water tank. As per reports, the girls had taken inflammable substances along with them, threatening self-immolation.
In contrast to Congress-friendly CMIE’s report, unemployment soars in Madhya Pradesh, rises by 7 lakh in a year
A month back CMIE had stated unemployment in Madhya Pradesh was down by 40%
Recovery in employment generation, 4 million jobs created in last one year: Reports CMIE, known for its proximity to P Chidambaram
CMIE says that there has been an increase in employment with more than 405 million employed during May-August 2019.
Supreme Court judgments have led to 23 lakh job losses in the mining sector, says Federation of Indian Mining Industries
Federation of Indian Mining Industries (FIMI) stated that some SC judgments have led to job loss of 23 lakh people, both direct and indirect, in the mining sector, excluding petroleum and natural gas
West Bengal: Left wing protest against unemployment, pelt stones at Police, Police use water cannons, tear gas to disperse crowd
The youth-wing of the West Bengal Left parties planned a mega rally from Howrah to the Secretariat over the issue of employment.
Kamal Nath made the announcement as a reply to Congress MLA Munnalal Goyal's question in the assembly yesterday.
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