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By Third Quarter Of Current Fiscal, Job Market Set To Revive

With all the macroeconomic parameters being favorable the economy has bottomed up. GDP growth figures will significantly improve in the coming quarter

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Indus Water Treaty Can Be Resolved Within Its Agreement: Pakistan PM

Abbasi, who was responding to a question on the Indus Water Treaty, said there were provisions in the treaty on how to resolve the disputes

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No Agreement Reached At Indus Water Treaty Talks: World Bank

While an agreement has not been reached at the conclusion of the meetings, the World Bank will continue to work with both countries to resolve the issues in an amicable manner and in line with the Treaty provisions

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We Have Seen An Increase In Our Number Of Employee Engagement: World Bank

The World Bank has made significant strides to improve the flexible working toolkit to make sure 16,000 employees know the options available

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When The Chips Are Down, Focus More On Your Existing Employees: VP HR, World Bank

How one can make bold and transformational leadership commitments to move towards a future that redefines one’s relationship with collaborative winning? In an email interview with BW Businessworld, Sean McGrath, HR Vice-President - The World Bank, talks about talent management skills and how to keep employees happy.

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Key Focus Areas For Indian Agriculture Sector

It is important to mention here the key areas which are and can further help Indian agriculture to grow and achieve the estimated figures

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India Do Not Use Excessive Crop Protection Chemicals

Global production of major crops has increased significantly and it is somehow driven by plant science innovations like pest control products

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World Bank Assures 'Neutrality' In Indo-Pak Talks Over Indus Waters Treaty

World Bank's Vice President for South Asia region Annette Dixon said, "We are pleased both parties have confirmed their participation in the meeting hosted by the World Bank in Washington, DC"

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Subhash Garg Takes Charge As Economic Affairs Secretary

He succeeds Shaktikanta Das, who retired after an extended tenure on May 31. Corporate Affairs Secretary Tapan Ray was given additional charge of DEA secretary after Das' exit.

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IFC Invests Rs 667 Crore In L&T Infrastructure Finance

L&T Infrastructure Finance Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of L&T Finance Holdings, will use this money to give loans to solar power projects, it said

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'Around 25% Of Worldwide Deaths Linked To Environmental ill health'

In particular, the report notes, environmental threats are posing an increasingly acute danger to human health - especially in major emerging markets such as China and India.

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India At Crossroads With Increasing But Unskilled Workforce

With World Bank clearing $250 million fund to make Indian workforce more skilled, BW Businessworld analyses the criticality of shortage of unskilled labour in the country

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Public Transport, E-Mobility Could Be Game-Changers: Experts

The India centre of Manila-based global NGO Clean Air Asia has brought together experts from various domains to create a capacity building forum for air quality management and strategise funding options.

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