CONSUMER FORUM: Apparel store told to pay over Rs 2,000 as compensation

The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum directed an apparel store to give a resident of Mohali compensation of Rs 2,000 for deficiency in service on Monday. The forum also asked the store — Aurelia Women’s Wear, Sector 17 — to refund the excess charged VAT of Rs 39.96 to the complainant Nipun Ansal, along with … Read more CONSUMER FORUM: Apparel store told to pay over Rs 2,000 as compensation

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Bosses of charities handed millions in British foreign aid to fight poverty in poor nations are creaming off huge six-figure salaries and hefty bonuses, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. An investigation by this newspaper has discovered that charity chiefs are taking home astonishing pay packages worth up to £618,000 a year and ramping up … Read more Meet the begging bowl barons: How YOU are helping to fund international charity chiefs whose eye-popping pay is bankrolled by BRITISH aid Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4044686/Meet-begging-bowl-barons-helping-fund-international-charity-chiefs-eye-popping-pay-bankrolled-BRITISH-aid.html#ixzz4TCW9HOQI Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Myanmar garment manufacturing facility up for public sale to pay off workers

as a way to compensate 178 workers and pay the withstanding salaries, the Taiwanese-owned UniPolar factory based in Myanmar will be up for auction on June 29. The decision has come publish the workers of the garment facility filed a complaint with the nearby government towards the proprietor of the company, who has reportedly been … Read more Myanmar garment manufacturing facility up for public sale to pay off workers