City cab services to be hit in Bengaluru today
The protestors are unhappy over the minimum charge of Rs 6 per km fixed by app-based companies.
Unions asked to call off protests over reforms
Dattatreya appealed to trade unions to call off protests against govt's labour reforms, saying he will call a tripartite meeting to discuss issues.
Nokia India staff take to the company's gates hoping for employment
This follows a tour of the facility by representatives of a Chinese phone maker that’s a contract manufacturer for Lava, said sources inside the factory.
Trade unions to hold joint protest against labour laws reforms
Union leaders said with the end of the inspection raj, companies who are not implementing the labour laws will stand to benefit the most.
Government amending labour laws without consulting us, say trade unions
In another proposed amendment, any employee can move court against its termination from the service within 3 years from the date of termination, it said.
Strike by 10 trade unions begins; transport, banking to be hit
"Around 90 per cent workers at BHEL's plant in Tiruchirapalli have not reported at work in the morning shift," CITU General Secretary Tapan Kumar Sen
Trade unions to go ahead with strike on Friday
All trade unions barring BMS had observed a similar strike on September 2 last year protesting against government's anti worker policies.
HC to rescue as state withers away in Kerala
The Kerala High Court has ordered police protection for V-Star Creations, a part of the Rs 500-crore V-Guard group, for the company's loading and unloading operations at its godown in Kochi.
Industry and unions hope for a revamp in labour rules
Industry bodies like the Ficci have already sent the government their versions of the 100-day agendas for the government, including several proposals on labour laws.
Madras HC vacates interim stay on deducting six day wages of CITU NLC union members
"The fact remains that the workmen went on strike in spite of the prohibitory order," said Justice TS Sivagnanam, who vacated the interim stay restraining the NLC management from deducting the wages.
Unions call strike historic, government says impact minimal
Unions claimed that 18 crore people joined the protest on Friday, a 20% increase over 15 crore people who went on strike on the same day last year.
Nokia India's tax woes spill over to Foxconn’s India unit
CITU is trying to get recognition as the representatives of the Foxconn employees and the next hearing is likely to be held in August.
Widespread violence in Bengal before April 18 civic elections
The CPIM has called a 10-hour bandh at Kamarhati in North 24-Parganas district on Wednesday in protest against attacks on their leaders.
RBI employees to join September 2 industrial strike
Reserve Bank employees all over the country will participate in September 2 industrial strike in support of the demands of the country's working class.
CITU begins 2 day fast in support of demands
The CITU wing in Tamil Nadu Transport Corporation has commenced a two day fast in support of their various demands.
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