“Modifications have also been deliberated like strengthening the legal provisions with respect to migrant workers and enhancing the ambit of social security for the workers,” he added. Gangwar noted that current laws cater only to the 8-10 crore organised sector workers only, adding: “this asymmetrical situation has to be rectified … need to focus on the 40 crore unorganised workers.” … [Read more...] about Centre not to approve state amendments to labour laws in ‘current form’: Labour minister
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Since the start of trading in Rights Entitlement, more than 8.2 crore RE shares have been traded so far which is over 19 percent of total issue size of 42.26 crore rights shares. On an average, the value of these traded shares stood at over Rs 1,615 crore. … [Read more...] about RIL Rights Entitlement shares ends at 7% premium over intrinsic value on May 29
No matter how it plays out, however, Trump has sparked a larger debate about the responsibilities of online publishers to moderate user content—and that debate may evolve in unpredictable ways. Congress will almost certainly take up a thorough review of Section 230—especially since both Trump and Joe Biden have called for its repeal. And while Trump embracing this issue could drive sympathetic Democrats in the opposite direction, there’s a good chance that we’re seeing the beginning of the end of an era for Silicon Valley. Even if Congress takes a few years to overturn Section 230, the specter of revoking immunity alone will encourage the Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general to speed up their existing antitrust investigations into the major platforms. However you look at it, change is coming. … [Read more...] about Trump vs. Twitter: Is there a silver lining in the Section 230 fight?
Institutional investment in real estate drops 12% in FY20 at nearly $4.5 billion: Report Will place draft e-commerce policy in public domain for comments soon: DPIIT Secretary Vaccine to prevent COVID-19 will take long time to be ready: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw … [Read more...] about Coronavirus in India | Over 11,000 COVID-19 patients ‘cured’ in last 24 hours, recovery rate climbs to 47.4%
But a group of prominent Japanese academics, businesspeople and other figures has called on the government to take a much bolder step: build a capacity of 10 million tests a day and offer testing to anyone who wants it. Consecutive negative results, the group argues, could allow people to fully resume social and economic activities. … [Read more...] about Testing is key to beating coronavirus, right? Japan has other ideas