Daily Archives: September 5, 2017

The Code on Wages Bill 2017

Bandaru Dattatrey

As part of labour law reforms, the Government has undertaken the exercise of rationalisation of the 38 Labour Acts by framing 4 labour codes viz Code on Wages, Code on Industrial Relations, Code on Social Security and Code on occupational safety, health and working conditions.

1. The Code on Wages Bill 2017 has been introduced in Lok Sabha on 10.08.2017 and it… Read More

Santosh Sharma takes charge as CMD | Hindustan Copper Limited

santosh sharma HCL

Shri Santosh Sharma presently Director (Operations) Hindustan Copper Limited, Kolkata has taken charge as CMD in Hindustan Copper Limited (HCL) for a period of five years vice Shri K D Diwan .

Shri  Santosh Sharma has been a Director of Operations at Hindustan Copper Ltd. since March 1, 2016 and serves as its Executive Director. Mr. Sharma served as an Executive… Read More

Odisha set to host Mega Hockey Events

Odisha to host mega hockey

The Odisha government has decided to start making arrangements for the Men’s Hockey World League this year and the Hockey World Cup 2018 to be held in the state. Odisha Chief Secretary Shri A P Padhi, after presiding over a meeting, said all arrangements will be made for the grand success of both the events in the state capital.

This will be done to make Bhubaneswar… Read More

Deadline for filing of GST returns for July and August extended

Income Tax Returns

Businesses will have more time to file the final GST returns as the government has extended the last date for filing of sales and purchase data as well as payment of taxes for the months of July and August.Now sales return or GSTR-1 for July will have to be filed by September 10 instead of September 5 earlier and purchase returns or GSTR-2 would be filed by September… Read More

Health Ministry launches two new contraceptives- Antara and Chhaya

Health Ministry launches

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has launched two new contraceptives, an injectable contraceptive MPA under the ‘Antara’ programme and a contraceptive pill, ‘Chhaya’, in the public health system to expand the basket of contraceptive choices to meet the emerging needs of couples. The contraceptives, which are available for free in Medical… Read More

Modi holds bilateral talks with Xi Jinping on sidelines of BRICS Summit

Modi holds

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a bilateral meeting a short while ago on the sidelines of the Xiamen BRICS summit. The meeting is first substantive and structured bilateral between the two leaders after Doklam standoff. Both sides expressed willingness to work together for mutual good. Mr Modi told Mr Xi that India and … Read More

Sameera Saurabh appointed as Director | Intelligence Bureau

Ministry Of Home Affair

Ms. Sameera Saurabh IES(2003) presently Director in Department of Rural Development has been appointed as  Director, Intelligence Bureau, Ministry of Home Affairs.

IndianBureaucracy.com wishes Ms. Sameera Saurabh the very best.

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UP Government to send high level team to probe children deaths

UP Government

Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to send a high level team to investigate deaths of 49 children at a Farrukhabad hospital allegedly due to lack of oxygen. Earlier on Monday, the state Government had transferred District Magistrate, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Medical Superintendent of Farrukhabad district where death of 49 children was reported… Read More

Naveen Patnaik inaugurates SLN Medical College in Koraput | Odisha

Odisha CM

In Odisha, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday inaugurated the fourth Government Medical College in Koraput. The Medical College has been named after Saheed Laxman Naik, the famous freedom fighter of Koraput.

Mr Patnaik said that with the inauguration of this Medical College, the long standing demand of people of Koraput has been fulfilled.

The Admission… Read More

Assessing India Progress in Various Fields

Anshuman Bhargava

We are celebrating 70 years of our Independence.  But looking back at the history of these seven decades, what are the things which we should be proud of? Have we really progressed much and reached the level we should have in all these years?

The verdict will be divided. India is a land of a diverse population, with great variations in economic standards, having… Read More