Reddy said that Economically
weaker sections in the upper-caste population lost out during the recent recruitments of village and ward volunteers by the state government.
The trend of older people working longer is expected to continue into the second half of this century - with more than half of 65-69 year olds expected to be economically
active by 2067.
Women aged 35-39 years have been the most economically
active with percentage of 49.9 percent for the past 12 months, relative to other
The petitioners told the apex court that CBSE published an advertisement on January 23, 2019 for conducting CTET in which benefit of ten percent reservation has not been given to candidates belonging to economically
weaker sections of society.
The Bill, cleared by the Union Cabinet on Monday with an eye on the upper castes vote in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, seeks to amend Articles 15 and 16 under whose present provisions the benefits of the existing reservations are generally not available for the economically
weaker sections of the forward castes.
The indigenous enterprisers who are engaged in foreign trade are usually better off, economically
and materially, than those of their fellow-citizens who are engaged in domestic economic activities.
She cautioned the beneficiaries against selling the items, because they are meant to empower them economically
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