Showing posts from March, 2012

Positive outlook for India's job market: Survey

The next three months are likely to offer solid opportunities for job seekers as 39 per cent of Indian employers are expected to increase their headcount, says a survey. According to the survey by recruitment tendering platform, the country's net employment outlook – an indicator of recruitment intentions -- stood at a healthy 39 per cent, reflecting solid opportunities for job seekers in the upcoming quarter.

BRICS boost foreign aid spending on health

Some of the so-called BRICS countries, which include Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, have traditionally received aid, but fast economic growth over the past decade is turning them into new donors to the world's poor.

Sensex in free fall as UPA-II faces another crisis

Top ten stories of the day 22-03-2012 1) Coal field allocation under scanner; a new scam on anvil? 2) Markets tank; Sensex plunges 400 points 3) China manufacturing disappoints; world markets down 4) Oil falls $1 a barrel, headed for biggest drop in 10 weeks 5) NBCC IPO, the last govt listing for the fiscal year, opens today MOre @   NDTV

Will do the same again if I get a chance: Dinesh Trivedi

NEW DELHI: His proposal for hiking passenger fare led to his ouster as  railway minister  but TMC MP  Dinesh Trivedi  today said he would do it again if given an opportunity, soon after his successor announced a rollback.  "I will present the same budget which I presented in parliament on March 14, if I am asked to do it again," Trivedi said when asked about the decision by Railway Minister  Mukul Roy  to roll back the fare hike.  TOI

Navroz Mubarak

On the happy occasion of Navroz Mubarak , I wish all Happy New year , With lots of Prayers Padaniya family

Don't mind losing my job, says Trivedi after Mamata rejects rail fare hike

Strongly opposing the hike in rail passenger fare, Trinamool Congress on Wednesday demanded a roll-back. A team of Trinamool Congress MPs met Railway Minister and party colleague Dinesh Trivedi soon after he presented the Railway Budget in which he proposed to hike fares across all classes.Minister of State for Health Sudip Bandopadhyay said that the TMC MPs asked the Railway Minister to roll-back the fare hike.

Now, book your Rail ticket 120 days in advance.

New Delhi: Indian Railways’ new advance ticket booking rules came into force on Saturday. Under the new rule, you can book your rail ticket 120 days in advance.