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Online Recruitment Increased 14%

Underlining a steady revival of the job sector, a survey by Naukri.com this week unveiled that online recruitment activity posted a 14% growth as compared to previous year in January. The study claimed that the index of Naukri Job Speak for January 2018 at 1,951 clocked a 14% increment from the same month a year ago, with both tier II markets as well as major urban cities seeing good increment

Book An Ola Cab Straightly From Hike

Hike, the home-based messaging app, has made an entry into joint venture with Ola. As fraction of the alliance, the messaging app is incorporating Ola service. Hike consumers will now be allowed to book Ola autos or cabs all over the nation without coming out of the app. In addition to this, Hike consumers will also be allowed to pay for the ride employing the Hike cash and wallet. Consumers

Farmers In The Limelight, Spending Boost For Rural Poor

Ahead of the national election, 2019 and a number of state elections, Mr. Arun Jaitley, the finance minister announced huge allocation of budget of Rs. 14.34 trillion for extra support to farmers and rural infrastructure. He also presented the largest healthcare scheme in the world to be funded by the government. The scheme would provide coverage to 50 crores population in India that belongs to the poorer section, it will

Startups Want Extended Tax Exemption In 2018 Budget

New businesses are popping up in every corner. What makes them unique is the office set up and space. Such a vibrant office setup with bean bags, conceptual furniture and a workspace that is free of dividers is TechJockey. This startup venture is initiated by Arjun Mittal and Akash Nangia. TechJockey adopted a niche in assisting SMEs; medium and small enterprises adopt a right mix of technology to boost productivity

Compensate Farmer’s Income Instead Of Waiving Loans—SBI

While replying to his Budget speech last week Finance Minister Arun Jaitley informed that while calculating the crop price for a farmer not only the original cost incurred to produce the crop will be taken into consideration but also the cost of labor involved in the complete farming process will be considered. This additional support is being given by the government and the price of crops can go up to

Pakoda Vendors Can Have A Flourishing Business—Anadiben Patel

Madhya Pradesh governor Anandiben Patel made this comment when the central government and the opposition went into a battle of words regarding a comment made by the Prime Minister. The governor of Madhya Pradesh, Anandiben Patel decided to intervene into the ‘pakoda’ debate raised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the eve of the state elections at Madhya Pradesh, PM Narendra Modi made a comment that it is better to

RSS Hit Rahul Gandhi Following His Remarks On Women’s Role In RSS

Rahul Gandhi was hit back by both the RSS and BJP for his snide remarks on those women who are under the RSS. Currently, the three states of the North-East; Nagaland, Tripura, and Meghalaya are about to face election. During his stop at Shillong, he claimed that RSS is nothing but an organization that is empowered by the concept of women disempowerment. In order to respond to the statement given

First Of Its Kind Underground Metro Corridor For Mumbai

A huge man-force has been quietly digging a tunnel of about 100 feet underground for the Metro-3 corridor. Till now, 220 meters of the 33.5 km-long corridor, connecting Colaba to SEEPZ has been dug up with the help of boring machines. The metro would make halts at 27 stations, out of which 26 will be underground. The corridor is expected to pass around 2,000 buildings and would be more of

Uber Claims That It Is Fully Pledged To India

Uber, the ride-hailing San Francisco-based company, has declined report of its way out from the market of India as “unjustified rumor.” “Our commerce in India is stronger than before and we are fully pledged to catering to our driver partners and riders in the country,” a spokesperson of Uber claimed to the media in an interview this week. A top official at SoftBank, which lately turned out to be biggest

Modi Recalls 1997...When Birds Tweeted, Amazon Referred To Jungle

Narendra Modi, PM of India recalls the time when Harry Potter was not a household name, only birds used to tweet, and Amazon was just a dense forest. He referred to that time when life was a lot simpler without much networking and big data. The world has witnessed great changes since 1997 and is expected that it will be witnessing changes in the coming years. During the Annual Meeting