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REMUNERATION. Reward; recompense; salary. Dig. 17, 1, 7.

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New Delhi: Thousands of farmers from across the country, who have been camping at the Ramlila ground here since Thursday, began their march to Parliament Street on Friday amid heavy policy deployment, to press for their demands, including debt relief and remunerative prices for their produce.
'For workers to improve their employability so they get more remunerative jobs or a job that gives decent wages, the way to do that is by human capital investments.
The legislator's view on the enterprise highlighted by the Civil Code is an extended one in comparison with the previous one from the Commercial Code, as it has a view at the same time on the remunerative and non-remunerative scope.
ONGC Videsh does not find this remunerative and wants more, the newspaper said.
The protesters urged Labor Minister Sejaan Azzi to draw up policies aimed at creating remunerative and durable jobs for the Lebanese youth.
The country cannot aspire to be prosperous unless its vast rural economy prospers, urban and rural poverty are eliminated, and agriculture turns remunerative and profitable enough to sustain and support the growth ambitions of India's teeming rural population.
The report outlines governing bodies, governing laws, licenses and key fiscal terms which includes royalty, corporate income tax, remunerative fees, surface fees, depreciation and value added tax (VAT)
Demanding fair remunerative price (FRP) for sugarcane, the farmers from western Maharashtra (sugar growing belt), have intensified their protest and also resorted in vandalising the sugar commissioner's office in Pune.
The fundamental error that made WHI's multitude of errors possible was the notion that we can dispense with the difficult work of considering "the totality of the data" by placing our faith in "statistical significance" derived from a single "randomized controlled trial." That fundamental error is too deeply entrenched, too highly remunerative, and too propitiously useful to those seeking a world concordant with their fantasies.
Nimesh Shah, MD & CEO of ICICI Prudential AMC said: 'The ICICI Group, through its CSR and business initiatives, has worked towards building a social infrastructure that can help every person engage in productive and remunerative economic activity.
In addition, it is alleged that she did not have the required permission to perform external remunerative work, the statement read.
In a statement unveiling its 2013-2017 industrial plan, Pirelli said it will consider partnerships for the particular division in an effort to maximise return on investments by focusing resources on more remunerative operations.