New Delhi: The maximum working hours in offices could be increased to 12 hours. The new rule could kick in from April 1. The central government is bringing a slew of new rules which would affect the working population. It is all part of the changes introduced in the Wages Code Bill which was passed in
7th Pay Commission latest news: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has made it clear that the center is looking to implement New Wage Code Bill 2021 from 1st April 2021. If the central government manages to do this, it will have a direct impact on the central government employees and also the private sector employees. As per
If you have an account in India Post Office, then this news may disappoint you. India Post Payment Banks has decided to impose a charge on depositing and withdrawing cash. The new charges will be effective from April 1, 2021. The charges have been fixed according to account type. Charge on basic savings account There is
The government will soon introduce a Bill in Parliament that will explicitly ban private cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, as it concurs with the central bank that enabling private parties to toy with currencies can potentially threaten the stability of the financial sector. But the Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2021, will facilitate
The tunnels are aimed at ensuring less disruptive security protocols for VVIPs like the prime minister and vice-president than when the processions move in and out of the complex, The Times of India reported. The tunnels, built underground, will make VIP movement easier. They are likely to be single lane and golf carts can be
RBI Credit Policy: The Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das today made the bimonthly policy announcements. Know the top 10 announcements made by the Governor after days of deliberation by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC). See highlights here! RBI Credit Policy Highlights: RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das announcements 1. RTGS system will soon be made 24×7.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The tax office in Nueces County is reporting an increase in the number of property owners who are delinquent in paying their tax bill for last year. Nueces County’s Tax Assessor-Collector Kevin Keischnick said while they are still calculating the specific number of delinquent accounts, it amounts to about two-percent of