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Cabinet Secretary will be biggest beneficiary
Pay Commission for performance-related incentive scheme

Increase maternity leave to 6 months: Pay Commission
NEW DELHI: Keeping in view the dual responsibilities of the working women and increasing practical difficulties in balancing work and family responsibilities, the Sixth Central Pay Commission has recommended enhancement of maternity leave up ...

Personal law no bar to maintenance demand
Cr.PC applicable to all religions, says Supreme Court

Pay hike recommended for regulatory bodies
NEW DELHI: In a first-of-its-kind move aimed at attracting expertise from outside the government, the Sixth Pay Commission on Monday sought to de-link regulatory bodies from the Central pay structure and recommended a marked increase in the ...

‘Anti-youth,’ says CPI
HYDERABAD: The Communist Party of India has criticised some of the recommendations made by the Sixth Pay Commission terming them “anti-youth.” Veteran CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta said on the sidelines of the party’s ...

BJP seeks speedy implementation
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has welcomed the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations and demanded their speedy implementation. Party spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy said the country was facing two major problems — one, the ...

At 173, Assam Rifles geared to face any emergency
Oldest paramilitary force participated in World Wars

Autonomy: Farooq Abdullah rejects Advani’s remarks
Says National Conference did not give up the autonomy demand

Will expose BJP’s doublespeak: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress Party on Monday said that former Home Minister L.K. Advani should have resigned for being kept in the dark about the release of hardcore terrorists in the IC 814 hijacking case as he has claimed in his recently released ...

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