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Working Journalists (Conditions of Service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Rules, 1957


9.Interval for rest. -

Subject to such agreement as may be arrived at between a newspaper establishment and working journalists employed in that establishment, the periods of work for working journalists shall be so fixed that no working journalist shall work for more than four hours in the case of day shift and three hours in the case of night shift before lie had had an interval of rest, in the case of day shift for one hour, and in the case of nigh shift for half an hour.





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