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Delhi-NCR leads as India creates 1.36 lakh new jobs in second quarter

job market is improving. New jobs are being created all over, but are more concentrated in the metros. Over 1.36 lakh new jobs were generated during the quarter, registering an increase of 8.9% over 1.25 lakh new jobs that were generated during the first quarter. Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi-NCR, Kolkata and Mumbai alone account for 61% of these new jobs, says a study Job Trends Across Cities & Sectors...
Source : DNA |
Category : Headlines | City : Bangalore

Mumbai continues to be the dream destination for job seekers in India

city is the most loved by village folk when it comes to an urban place to seek a job.As India's financial capital Mumbai has over the past 50 years attracted migrant workers in search of jobs.With the rise and growth of other cities - Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Kolkata, etc there has been a gradual rise in the number of people going to these cities for jobs but Mumbai still continues to occupy...
Source : DNA |
Category : Headlines | City : Mumbai

Mumbai No Shanghai as Metro Masks Cruel Commute: Corporate India

cookies.Mumbai's metro train moves along the track during a trial run in Mumbai on May 1, 2013.Mumbai's metro train moves along the track during a trial run in Mumbai on May 1, 2013.Mumbai's metro train moves along the track during a trial run in Mumbai on May 1, 2013., Raghavendra Deshpande took a 20percent pay cut for a job nearer home. The city’s newThe metro, Mumbai’s first, is due to start fe...
Source : The Money Times |
Category : Business

Final Three Mirrors For James Webb Space Telescope Arrive At NASA

These two Webb telescope mirror segments (the sole secondary mirror and a primary mirror) arrived at Goddard on Nov. 5, 2012. Credit: NASA Goddard/Chris GunnOnce on orbit, the 18 hexagonal mirror segments will work together as one 21.3-foot (6.5-meter) primary mirror, the largest mirror ever flown in space and the first to deploy in space.“Having the final mirror segments at Goddard is an exciting...
Source : Red Orbit |
Category : Science N Technology

GCC to act against Hezbollah (Lead)

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) will meet in Saudi Arabia Sunday to discuss action against Hezbollah affiliates in the Gulf region....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Gulf Air asked to pay Rs 20 lakh to man who lost job

District consumer forum has asked the Gulf Air to pay a compensation of Rs 20 lakh to the man.NEW DELHI: Six years after he lost a "well-paying job" in Doha because Gulf Air did not allow him to board their flight as they failed to understand his visa documents because they were in Arabic, a district consumer forum has asked the airline to pay a compensation of Rs 20 lakh to the man.Holding that this...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Patna

Revival of corals in Gulf of Kutch begins

GANDHINAGAR: There is a ray of hope for the fast depleting corals in the Gulf of Kutch.. The initiative is touted to be the first major one to save the corals on a large scale.Half of this highly technical job, undertaken by Gujarat Ecology Commission (GEC), would be carried out this year as a pilot phase.GEC has embarked on an ambitious plan to regenerate corals in the Gulf of Kutch where corals had...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Gandhinagar

Have accepted BJP's proposal for UP governors's post: Ram Naik

"It is a challenging job and I am accustomed to doing challenging jobs," Naik said.MUMBAI: Veteran BJP leader Ram Naik on Sunday said that the party leadership had approached him to accept the post of governor of Uttar Pradesh, to which he agreed."I was asked by my party to accept the position of the governor of UP and I said yes. It is a challenging job and I am accustomed to doing challenging jobs,"...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : National

Gulf jobs prove death for migrants

Dream jobs in the Gulf countries are turning into nightmares for thousands of Indian expatriates. In an alarming scenario, two Indians commit suicide every week on an average in the gulf region. Moreover, several others are dying at a young age due to heart attacks or other ailments. With a chunk of these migrants hailing from south India, especially Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, experts say it is high...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Hyderabad

Delay in certificate verification costing genuine people

high number of Indians caught in several Gulf countries with fake education certificates has spurred the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to insist on genuineness certificates from Indian universities and other educational institutions.While this has brought down the number of fake certificates in the past couple of years, it has also resulted in many genuine people losing jobs because of the delay on...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Chennai
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