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Mitchell Johnson secures bumper CA pay-rise close to 1 mln dollars

Australian pace sensation Mitchell Johnson has reportedly secured a bumper increase in pay close to one million dollars.

Saudis take to Twitter to demand better pay

Despite their country boasting the world`s greatest oil wealth, many Saudis complain their salaries are not enough to make ends meet, and are taking to Twitter to demand more money.

85,000 PAY beneficiaries registered in Haryana

The Haryana government has identified and registered 85,000 beneficiaries of Priyadarshini Awaas Yojana (PAY), a scheme under which they will get financial aid of Rs 81,000 to construct houses.

Bangladesh govt plans pay rise for garment factory workers

After the world`s worst garment industry disaster, the Bangladesh Government has decided to raise the income of garment factory workers.

Resident doctors seek better pay, strike work

Doctors in 14 medical colleges participated in the one-day "mass bunk" stir, including around 1,500 from Mumbai colleges like KEM, Sion, Nair and JJ hospitals.

Services chiefs discuss pay, pension with panel

The three services Chiefs took part in deliberations of the high-level committee set up by PM to address anomalies in pay and pension-related issues.

Pay the f*** up for Haiti relief, says Sean Penn

Sean Penn stunned guests gathered for Haiti Relief benefit at Cannes with his expletive-ridden speech.

Teachers` pay can’t be governed by labour laws: HC

The Madras HC has held that
salaries of school teachers could not be governed by labour
laws and quashed two Tamil Nadu Labour department orders.

Narendra Modi pays obeisance to Lord Jagannath

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra
Modi on Saturday visited the 400 year-old Lord Jagannath temple here
on the eve of 134th Rathyatra (chariot journey of the Lord)
and paid obeisance to the deity.

Honour killing: Haryana to pay compensation

Punjab and Haryana HC has directed Haryana government to pay a compensation of Rs 6 lakh to the mother of a youth who was killed on the diktat of khap panchayat for marrying a girl belonging to the same `gotra` (lineage).

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s to sell Bel Air house to help pay for her health care costs

Zsa Zsa Gabor has listed her Bel Air mansion on the real estate market for 15 million dollars to help pay for her health care costs.

Delhi HC asks traders to pay NDMC for free parking at Khan Market

Delhi HC ordered Khan Market traders` association
to either agree to pay a monthly license fee of Rs 5.34 lakh
to NDMC before June 6 to ensure free parking of vehicles or
the civic body would be allowed to charge for the same.

NHRC asks Delhi govt to pay Rs 1L in medical negligence case

The National Human Rights
Commission has asked the Delhi government to pay Rs one lakh
as monetary relief to the family of a youth who died due to
"medical negligence" at a state-run hospital here.

Courtney Love ordered to pay $35,000 to former maids

Courtney Love has been ordered by a court to hand over more than USD 35,000 to two former maids who accused her of failing to pay their wages.

MNC executive asked to pay Rs 15,000 a month to estranged wife

An executive of a
multinational firm has been ordered by a Delhi court to pay Rs
15,000 every month as maintenance to his estranged wife.

Arnie paid $65K down payment as ‘gift’ for his baby mama’s home

Arnold Schwarzenegger reportedly contributed 65,000 dollars for a home bought by his former housekeeper who gave birth to his lovechild.

Gujarat to pay compensation for Narmada land as per new rates

In a bid to hasten the land
acquisition for laying of canals of the Narmada dam project,
Gujarat government has decided to pay compensation to farmers
whose lands are being acquired as per new jantri rates.

ND Tiwari ordered to pay Rs 75,000 to Rohit Shekhar

The Delhi High Court on Friday
ordered veteran Congress leader ND Tiwari to pay Rs 75,000
to Rohit Shekhar, who claims to be his biological son, in
compliance with the court`s previous order on his paternity
suit.

Workers demand better jobs, pay on May Day

Most of the annual May Day workers` rights marches were peaceful.

SC frees rapists, agrees they can pay victim

In an unusual order, the Supreme Court on Wednesday let off three gang rapists after they claimed a "compromise formula" with the victim and agreed to pay her a fine of Rs 50,000 each for their offence.