SBI likely to remain operational on 2-day strike
All India Bank Employees Association and Bank Employees Federation of India have called the strike among the banking unions.
Banking, railways, postal, medical services may be hit due to trade union strike on January 8-9
The strike is against what unions call anti-national and anti-workers policies of the BJP-led NDA government.
4 Coal India unions call for 2-day strike from January 8
“Although this is a national strike called by four central unions including INTUC, we are asking CIL union members to participate in order to make sure the strike is observed in Coal India as well,” said S Q Zama.
NGT panel report stirs fresh protest against Sterlite Copper factory
In their petitions to the Collector, residents urged the state government to convene the state assembly to pass a “special resolution” to disallow operations of the Sterlite Copper factory in the state.
Labour trouble in Motown: Court orders police protection for Yamaha plant
Yamaha in its petition sought police protection for “ingress and aggress of vehicles and people from in and out of the factory premises and to further vacate the trespassing workmen .
Panel suggests pension cap for coal workers at Rs 45,000/Month
A panel set up by the Coal Mines Provident Fund Organisation has recommended that the monthly pension for retired workers be capped at ₹45,000 because the poorly managed fund is running out of money.
Trade unions snub social security labour code talks
As per the letter, the non-serious and ill-motivated attitude of the government towards these so-called consultations was also evident in the extremely short notice for consultations.
Trade unions boycott labour ministry’s tripartite consultation process
The central trade unions, in the letter, have accused labour ministry of ignoring all suggestions in the past and going ahead with the proposed bills in Parliament.
Workers' wage issue: Bengal tea sector to face huge loss due to bandh
Conglomeration of trade unions have announced a month-long agitation and 3- day strike. The entrepreneurs are apprehending unprecedented loss due to the movement in this peak season.
PM Narendra Modi's government is pro-corporate: Centre of Indian Trade Union
Criticising the policies of the centre, M Y Tarigami alleged that the Modi government was in a hurry to settle his debt of the corporate friends who supported his election campaign through finances.
General strike: Banking services hit, normal life affected in Kerala, WB, Assam
Most of the lenders had informed their customers in advance about the strike call given by All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA), All India Bank Officers' Association (AIBOA), BEFI, INBEF, INBOC and Bank Karmachari Sena Mahasangh (BKSM), and its impact on banking services.
Bharat Bandh: Banking, transport services may be hit due to strike today
Nearly 25 cr people are likely to take part in the strike to protest against govt's "anti-people" policies.
CITU opposes move to allow 49 per cent FDI in Air India
The Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) today denounced the decision of the government to allow 49 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in Air India.
CITU protests EPFO's move to suspend minimum pension scheme
The retirement fund body's has decided to suspended the minimum monthly pension scheme from this month, which will hit about 32 lakh pensioners.
Centre of Indian Trade Unions opposes move for 100% FDI in defence production
It said that the move would provoke demands for disinvestment or privatisation of the defence PSUs and Ordinance factories establishment.
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