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  • Huawei says owning over 80,000 patents worldwide
  • Punjab Edu Dept gives jobs to 65 on compassionate grounds
  • Security threat forces Air India plane to land at Stansted
  • National Policy needed to save Sanskrit lang from extinction, say Elders in RS
  • Congress flays Govt for adopting Ordinance route to frame new laws
  • 'UN should lead criminal investigation into Khashoggi killing'
  • Palaniswami laids foundation stone for sea water desal plant at Nemmeli
  • Petrol rates up by 7 p/l & diesel in range of 4-6 p/l
  • Efforts underway to recover bodies of Chinese climbers in Pakistan
  • Commemorate martyrdom of J&K policemen, name prominent places after them: Shah
  • Hockey India congratulates Dr Batra on being elected as IOC member
  • Hockey India congratulates Dr Batra on being elected as IOC member
  • Rajanikanta Singh elected as Deputy Speaker of Odisha Legislative Assembly
  • Cong hits out at Khattar Govt for murder of party leader Vikas Chaudhary in Haryana
  • India-Japan enhanced cooperation augurs well for world, says PM Modi

Logistics sector to create 1.96 lk jobs in Hyderabad during next 4 yrs: TeamLease Report

Hyderabad, June 19 (UNI) According to TeamLease report ’Indian Logistics Revolution – Big Bets, Big Jobs’, the Logistics sector in India will see a growth of 10.5 per cent CAGR due to GST implementation and the subsequent investment, coupled with the infrastructure status.
A positive growth of the industry will result in the sector creating around 1.96 lakh new jobs in Hyderabad and three million jobs across the country in the next four years. The impact will reflect across all seven sub sectors-Road Freight, Fail Freight , Warehousing, Waterways, Air Freight, Packaging and Courier Services.
Economic growth, high infrastructure investment and rising outsourcing will contribute to 1,45,307 incremental jobs in Road Freight.
Similarly, the evolving regulations are improving ease of doing business and resulting in growth of cargo, which will aid in creating 26,000 incremental jobs in Air Freight.
Further, the report also highlighted that Rail Freight sub-sectors will create 4,000 incremental jobs, over the next four years (2018 through 2022).
The warehousing, courier and packaging sub-sectors will see a major growth with urbanization, growing customer segments, packaging innovations and IT adoption. The courier services sub-sector will see a growth of 11,000 incremental jobs over the next four years, while the warehousing division is set to create 7,000 incremental jobs. The packaging sub-sector will add 3,000 incremental jobs over the next 4 years (2018 through 2022), the report said.
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Punjab Edu Dept gives jobs to 65 on compassionate grounds

27 Jun 2019 | 3:45 PM

Chandigarh, June 27 (UNI) The state Education department has given jobs to 65 candidates on compassionate grounds, as one of their family members had died, while in service of the department.

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Punjab: 2,600 kgs of banned plastic carry bags seized

27 Jun 2019 | 3:44 PM

Chandigarh, Jun 27 (UNI) As part of the ongoing statewide raids, 2600 kgs of banned plastic carry bags have been seized in Punjab from those storing, transporting and selling them.

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Minister inaugurates online facilities in Transport Department

27 Jun 2019 | 3:42 PM

Puducherry, Jun 27 (UNI) Puducherry Revenue and Transport Minister M O H F Shajahan on Thursday inaugurated online facilities in the transport department here.

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Strong punitive action against those polluting water sources in Hamirpur

27 Jun 2019 | 3:41 PM

Hamirpur (HP), Jun 27 (UNI) Those found polluting water sources in the district will now face strong punitive action, district Magistrate Harikesh Meena said here on Thursday.

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Three of a family, including a TV journo, killed in fridge blast

Three of a family, including a TV journo, killed in fridge blast

27 Jun 2019 | 3:35 PM

Chennai, June 27 (UNI) In a shocking incident, three members
of a family, including a private TV channel reporter, died after a
refrigerator in their house exploded at suburban Selaiyur near
Tambaram on Thursday morning.

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