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Title: Labour Gazette Vol LIX, No. 5, January 1980
Issue Date: 1980
Publisher: Labour Office, Government of Bombay
Abstract: January 1980. INCOMPLETE. MONTH IN BRIEF. CURRENT NOTES: India has largest child labour force in world; Cancer-Causing agents in rubber factories; Tus and women; 40-hour week gal eludes majority of workers; More jobs needed to fight rural poverty; 60 M. in rich countries are below poverty line; Developing countries face employment crisis; Job accidents in Europe. ARTICLES REPORTS, ENQUIRIES ETC.: The right to job, by Kanti Metha; Annual report on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) number for the working classes for the State of Maharashtra, 1979. LABOUR LEGISLATION: Inter state migrant workmen (Regulation of employment and conditions of service) Act, 1979. GIST OF IMPORTANT NOTIFICATIONS UNDER LABOUR LAWS-CPI FOR WORKING CLASS IN MAHARASHTRA STATE: Bombay, Sholapur, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Nanded, Jalgaon, Pune. STATEMENT SHOWING CPI NUMBERS FOR WORKING CLASS BY GROUPS FOR SEVEN CENTRES OF MAHARASHTRA. ALL INDIA AVERAGE CPI FOR INDUSTRIAL WORKERS. LABOUR INTELLIGENCE: Industrial relations, Maharashtra; Industrial disputes, Maharashtra; Benefits under the Employees State Insurance Scheme.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1317
metadata.dc.place: Bombay
metadata.dc.pages: 325-338
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