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Total Employment In 9 Sectors Stood At 3.10 Cr In July-Sept 2021: Labour Ministry

The quarterly employment survey (QES) report released by Union Labour Minister Bhupender Yadav said that total employment numbers in the nine select sectors were 3.08 crore in April-June 2021.

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Budget 2022-23: Centre May Hike Agri-credit Target To Rs 18 Lakh Cr

For the current financial year, the government has set a credit target of Rs16.5 lakh crore.

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No Lockdown In Delhi, DDMA Mulls Stricter Covid Curbs To Check Virus Spread

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority decided not to impose lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19 and discussed further restrictions

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Night Curfew Back In Andhra Pradesh As Covid-19 Cases Continue To Rise

The Andhra Pradesh government on Monday decided to clamp the Covid curfew from 11 PM to 5 AM afresh in view of the spurt in number of cases over the past few days

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Why Hate Has No Place in Swami Vivekananda’s India, New India

Indeed, today, his words resonate more clearly than ever before. When some err in reading New India – either out of their ignorance, or even due to some vested interests or agenda – it is always useful to re-read Swami Vivekananda.

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Retail Inflation Likely Accelerated To A Six-Month High In December: Report

Higher telecommunications charges, along with a comparatively low base one year ago, likely drove Indian retail inflation to a six-month high in December, a Reuters poll found, keeping alive expectations for an interest rate rise by mid-year.

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Emerging Economies Must Prepare For US Fed Policy Tightening: IMF

Emerging economies must prepare for U.S. interest rate hikes, the International Monetary Fund said, warning that faster than expected Federal Reserve moves could rattle financial markets and trigger capital outflows and currency depreciation abroad.

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India's COVID-19 Cases Multiply, Vulnerable Groups Given Vaccine Boosters

India reported 179,723 new cases on Monday, most of them in the country's biggest cities - Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata - where Omicron has overtaken Delta as the most prevalent strain of the virus.

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India’s Manufacturing GDP To Grow At 9% AAGR Between 2022-2026: Forecasts GlobalData

The Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology launched the India Semiconductor Mission (ISM) on 29 December 2021, which will act as the nodal agency for the implementation of schemes on semiconductors and display ecosystem.

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No Plan To Impose Lockdown In Delhi Yet, Says Kejriwal As Covid Cases Surge

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said that there is no plan to impose lockdown as of now and there will be no lockdown if people wear masks.

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India Cuts Growth Estimates For 2021-22 Amid Surging COVID Cases

The economy has been on the mend after the government lifted mobility curbs in June to curb the coronavirus. But after a surge in Omicron cases this week, many private economists have cut growth estimates to near 9% from over 10% estimates earlier.

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Amid Covid, EC Bans Rallies, Road Shows In 5 Poll-bound States Till Jan 15

Amid a surge in Covid cases, the Election Commission on Saturday banned election rallies, roadshows and corner meetings till January 15 in the five poll-bound states.

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Piyush Goyal Gives Five Growth Mantras For Bureau Of Indian Standards

Goyal gave the Bureau of Indian Standards five growth mantras including being a facilitator and not an obstructor and ensuring that maintaining quality is not expensive

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India To Overtake Japan As Asia's 2nd Largest Economy By 2030: IHS

Currently, India is the sixth-largest economy in the world, behind the US, China, Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom

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COVID-19 Cases Set For New Highs As Omicron Spreads

Government officials have privately said they are working under the assumption that daily infections will surpass the record of more than 414,000 set in May, given what has happened in countries such as the United States where daily cases recently rose past 1 million.

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