International Labour Organisation (ILO) assured 10 central unions that it has expressed deep concerns over the suspension and tweaking of labour laws by states to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Besides, the ILO has also urged the Prime Minister to send a clear message to central and state governments to uphold India's international commitments (conventions based on labour laws) and engage in social dialogue. … [Read more...] about ILO expresses deep concerns over labour law suspension, tweaking to PM Modi
The irony is that, despite this, India continues to lag many other countries in its actual military spending. Set against its gross domestic product (GDP), India’s defence expenditure remains at the bottom of the list of big military spenders. The country’s latest defence budget, in fact, hovers below the 1.6 percent mark of GDP — the lowest since the Sino-Indian conflict of 1962. It is hard to explain why a country, whose economy grew at around 7 per cent annually till recently, cannot afford to spend even 2 per cent of its GDP on national security. Tiny Singapore, with a population of about five million, has a defence budget that accounts for 5 percent of its GDP! … [Read more...] about Defence has just got more firepower, thanks to Aatmanirbhar Bharat!
"Well… it depends on the use case that varies from person-to-person. The V19 suits best for someone who likes streaming content on a vivid AMOLED display and also wants a quality set of cameras. While the ultra-wide front camera does struggle with details and colour accuracy, the 32MP primary camera is among the best in its segment. Even the 48MP quad-camera setup will not disappoint users. I wish Vivo adds that toggle at the bottom of the viewfinder for faster switching between lenses via a software update. To add to the fantastic battery life is that 33W fast charging support." … [Read more...] about Vivo V19 Review: A great camera and an excellent display overcomes the dated processor
The snowball effect of stress can be especially harmful during times of widespread negative news, such as during a global pandemic. These days, it seems that even the most benign conversations ultimately lead to COVID-19. On Zoom coffee breaks with my JotForm team, a chat about movies can quickly devolve into a discussion of the most worrisome headlines. … [Read more...] about These stress-busting techniques will help you weather chaotic times
Ever since the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019, studies have pieced together important clues about COVID-19, however, scientists believe solving some important mysteries may yield a potential therapeutic against the disease which has so far infected over 5.6 million people and claimed more than 3,55,000 lives. … [Read more...] about Possible mutations, unusual symptoms among unsolved COVID-19 mysteries: Scientists