- Education NewsIndia lost 50 lakh jobs since demonetisation: Report
Over the time frame, major loss of jobs is seen among the people who are less educated. The sharp decline in job opportunities clearly suggests why opposition is pushing hard on the matter during the election.8 months agoSourcesRSS-backed trade union says Modi government causing 'extreme labour exploitation'
RSS-affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) will launch a nationwide agitation on Sep 6 against the Modi government's reforms that it says have led to "extreme exploitation and harassment" of the labour sector and led to increasing unemployment in the country.1 year agoSourcesBangladesh approves draft law banning child labour
The Bangladeshi government on Monday approved the draft of a law banning child labour in the country with provisions for stringent punishment to offenders.1 year agoSourcesIs normal delivery possible after caesarean? Yes, say doctors (Health Feature)
It is said that "once a cesarean, always a cesarean". It is commonly believed that a woman who has undergone a c-section delivery will have to opt for the same method while giving birth to her next child. But medical experts are trying to dispel this myth.1 year agoSourcesDebunking myths about pregnancy
Pregnancy brings a lot of changes in a woman's life and also inhibitions around myths related to delivery day. Experts debunk many such myths for a woman to enjoy this beautiful phase.1 year agoSourcesCITU to hold march in Kolkata on Aug 29
Pushing for a 10-point charter of demands, including social security, standard minimum wages and annulling certain changes in labour laws, the West Bengal unit of Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) on Monday said it will organise a march to the state labour department on August 29.1 year agoSourcesLabour pain relieving drug may cut need for epidural: Lancet
Prescribing women a new drug called remifentanil to help manage their labour pain may halve the need for an epidural than the traditional pethidine, claims a study.1 year agoSourcesUS jobless rate drops to 3.9%. in July; 157,000 new jobs created
The United States' headline unemployment rate dropped to 3.9 per cent in July, a month in which nonfarm payrolls in the world's largest economy rose by 157,000, the Labour Department said on Friday.1 year agoIndia NewsEach input cost to be considered while fixing MSP: Modi on 'Mann Ki Baat'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that each and every expense incurred by a farmer will be considered, including his labour, while fixing the minimum support price (MSP) at 1.5 times the input cost.2 years agoHealthExercise during pregnancy reduces labour time: Study
A study made by the Technical University of Madrid and quoted by The Independent came up with the discoveries that work out can determine the time an expectant mothers spend in labour room.2 years agoTop Stories