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Govt hospital staff suspended for ‘rude’ behaviour with patients

Thiruvananthapuram, Nov 12, Govt hospital staff suspended for ‘rude’ behaviour with patients : A woman employee of a government hospital in Idukki district has been suspended, after she was caught on camera behaving ‘rudely’ with patients and bystanders.Health Minister, K K Shylaja, suspended the woman yesterday after a video purportedly showing her behaving rudely with

Ludhiana Ryan school Class 4 student beaten by staff

Class 4 student ‘ beaten’ at Ryan school

Ludhiana Ryan school Class 4 student beaten. In yet another incident of harassment of school students, a class fourth student alleged that he was brutally beaten by the staff of Ryan International School, Jamalpur on Thursday. The parents of victim have lodged police complaint at Police station Jamalpur and the medical examination of victim was

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Need of Rules for Air india staff too.- says mp Shivsena Ravinder Gaikwad

Shiv Sena Ravindra Gaikwad, who was banned by domestic airlines said today after the centre  issued a no-fly list for unruly fliers that a list is also  needed  for the AirIndia staff too that teach them how to treat passengers. Centre  proposed a list that has drafted the rules for unruly fliers and recommended a

Surprise raids will be conducted by railway catering staff in Shatabdi Express

Ludhiana: The surprise raids would be conducted by the railway catering staff in the Shatabdi Express in coming days to check food quality as from the last one month number of complaints were registered by the passengers on New-Delhi Amritsar route and vice versa. The passengers travelling in the Ludhiana-New Delhi Shatabdi Express complained about

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Kejriwal hails SC ruling on temporary staff wages

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday announced that he will immediately implement the Supreme Court direction saying wages of temporary staff should be on par with regular ones. He demanded that Punjab government should “immediately” implement the ruling as well.”Landmark judgment by Supreme Court. Will immediately implement it in Delhi and simultaneously

HC unhappy over non-payment of pension to retd judicial staff

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has expressed unhappiness over non-payment of pension and arrears to retired judicial officers and warned that if they are not paid their dues, it would summon state government officials concerned and deprive them of their pension for two years. “We are most unhappy at this state of affairs. We expect the payment of pension and arrears to commence within four weeks,” said a bench of justices

Govt may regularise contractual staff

Patiala: The Punjab Cabinet may decide the issue during its meeting on October 19 regarding the regularisation of contractual staffers in the state. It has been learnt from the sources in the government that the ruling alliance wants to clear this issue as it may help in boosting their impetus in the coming Assembly polls. Regularisation

Staff didn’t steal information from customers’ phones: Apple

Sydney:Hit by a photo- sharing scandal with reports claiming that Apple staff lifted information from customers’ phones that came for repair, the company on Friday denied that any such episode happened at the Carindale store in Queensland. Courier Mail reported on Thursday that employees at the store were fired after they were found sharing photos

PM to brainstorm with rail staff over roadmap for railways

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak to around 400 railway staff in person, and around 20,000 over video conferencing to firm up a road map with innovative ideas to ensure the national transporter meets the aspirations in a fast changing scenario. In a first in railways, Modi will attend ‘Rail Vikas Shivir’ —

Despite staff crunch, we have kept tab on crime: CP

The Indian Police Service is a job like no other. You have to constantly be on your toes, ready to fight criminals and, if required, give up your life at any moment. The police play a significant part in the society; it is the instrument of law and order and also plays an incredible role.

RBI on lookout for new premises for office, staff in Shimla

New Delhi: The Reserve Bank is looking for new premises for its office and residential complex in Shimla near the famous Ridge on Mall Road. Currently, the central bank functions from SDA Complex Basement–1, Kasumpti, in Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. RBI has invited expression of interest (EoI) for acquiring land or premises (with or without

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Flipkart to hire 10k temporary staff ahead of festive season

New Delhi: E-commerce major Flipkart expects to hire over 10,000 temporary staff to ramp up its delivery and logistics service to meet the festive demand. The move comes as part of the preparations being made by e-commerce companies as they launch offers to boost sales during the upcoming festive period. “With the festive season coming

Diesel & electric shed suffers from shortage of equipment & staff

Ludhiana: The diesel and electric shed is facing shortage of the equipment and staff at the Ludhiana railway station. Infact, shortage of the railway employees from the last one decade in Asia’s biggest diesel and electric shed of Ludhiana railway station the work is getting affected. More than 50 posts are lying vacant in both diesel

Park Plaza hotel staff plea dismissed as withdrawn

Chandigarh: The petition filed by employees of the Hotel Park Plaza seeking quashing of the order passed by UT District Magistrate and notice on taking over the hotel’s physical possession was dismissed as withdrawn on Wednesday. It is mentioned that a Division Bench comprising Justice S S Saron and Justice Lisa Gill on the previous

Haryana to bar candidates carrying phones to exam centres

Chandigarh: To curb unfair means in examinations, the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) decided that any candidate found possessing mobile phone or any other aiding material in the examination room will be debarred from future examinations, a commission spokesman said on Sunday. “Candidates for written examinations have been warned not to carry any mobile phone

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Must Watch: Culture minister apologises for staff thrashing watchman

New Delhi: Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma on Friday apologised after his personal staff was seen thrashing a society watchman, captured on a CCTV footage. The video, which has gone viral on social media, showed Sharma’s security personnel thrashing the society watchman. According to reports, Sharma was visiting his sister in Ghaziabad and was stopped at

Shimla civic body reeling under fund cruch, staff shortageshimla,

Shimla: The civic body in this erstwhile summer capital of the Raj — the oldest in the country after Chennai and Kolkata — is facing a grave financial crisis and acute shortage of staff. The first and probably the last Communist mayors of the Shimla Municipal Corporation (SMC) blame successive governments for eroding autonomous character

HP HC restrains 108, 102 ambulance staff from going on strike

Shimla: The High Court of Himachal Pradesh has restrained the Himachal Pradesh 108 (emergency ambulance) and 102 Contract Workers Union, Shimla from going on strike. The Court has further directed Deputy Commissioner concerned to convey order to the Union. The Court also issued notice to the Union. Today during the hearing of petition, it was

Himachal roadways staff to go on strike

Shimla: Employees of Himachal state roadways have threatened to go on a two-day strike starting from Monday night. About 8,000 Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) employees will go on a two-day strike over demands such as regularisation of contract staff and protection of pension benefits. HRTC has over 2,500 buses that ply within and outside

Malaysia fires immigration staff for aiding criminals

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia has sacked 15 immigration department officers and suspended 14 others after an investigation found staff had colluded with criminal syndicates to manipulate systems that track entry and exit, the government has said. The subterfuge was centred at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and had begun in 2010, the department’s director-general, Sakib Kusmi,