Delhi: Swati Maliwal continues indefinite hunger strike against rape incidents
Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Maliwal is being ...
Pact between HAL management & striking unions likely on December 5: Defence Minister
The workers had gone on a strike from October 14 to Octo...
Companies hope to strike gold on Black Friday
Black Friday, or the Friday after the Thanksgiving Day in the US, is regarded as the beginning ...
View: Surgical strike in Maharashtra
The NCP stares at the beginning of its end. This is regardless of whether Ajit Pawar defected to the BJP’s side with the blessings of Sharad Pawar, or not. If he took the plunge on his own, he has split the NCP and weakened the party. If he went with Sharad Pawar’s silent blessings, the NCP forsakes the non-sectarian space it had vied with the Congress to occupy.
KCR relents, Telangana bus strike called off after nearly two months
Ending an impasse over Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) workers' strike that lasted for nearly two months, Chief Minister ...
BPCL workers to go on strike on November 28
The move to sell the government’s entire majority stake in Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) has stoked fears that a change of ownership could lead to job losses and a sharply different working climate unsuitable for many current employees, prompting protests from company workers and executives.
Audi strikes deal with workers to slash 9,500 jobs
"The resulting savings of around 6 billion euros will secure the strategic operating profit margin corridor of 9 to 11% and will be invested in projects of the future such as electrification and digitalisation," the company said in a statement. Audi said that the cost savings would be achieved by 2029.
Mahesh Singhi cycles to keep stress at bay, says bike rides help strike work-life balance
The Singhi Advisors MD never plans his cycling trips in advance.
Government proposes to make 14-day prior notice mandatory for employees to go on strike: Santosh Kumar Gangwar
Labour minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar informed the Rajya Sabha that if there is a strike in any unit, they (employees) would have to inform at least 14 days in advance. He said this is part of the new labour law which the government is bringing and the ministry is in touch with the various state governments.
Odisha’s distressed cold storage operators on strike
The Odisha Cold Storage Association, a body of 35 cold storage owners, is seeking incentives to revive its ailing units, waiver of loans and easier credit linkage. It has urged chief minister Naveen Patnaik to intervene, claiming that it is no longer able to run these units, which were set up at an averaged investment of about Rs 7 crore.
Centre aims to strike a balance between wishes of Nirmohi Akhara and VHP
The Nirmohi Akhara, which SC said should be assigned “an appropriate role in the management” of the proposed trust, has sought an appointment with PM Modi to put forth its view. “We want achche se achcha (best possible) post in the trust – of the chairman or the secretary. We have sought a meeting with the PM,” Mahant Dinendra Das of the Akhara told ET.
ABVP withdraws support to JNU students' union strike over fee hike
The ABVP also attacked the students' union for "holding hostage and manhandling a woman faculty for more than 28 hours". Professor Vandana Mishra, an associate dean of the university, had alleged that the students had confined her for close to 29 hours and demanded that she reject the hostel manual.
Cybersecurity a major chink in India Inc armour
The revelations come at a time when India is witnessing a spate of cyberattacks on its institutions.
After Balakot show, government to have more desi eyes in the sky
The ‘eye in the sky’ project — an aircraft-mounted radar that can look deep into enemy territory and direct combat assets for a strike — is set to get a boost with the defence ministry likely to clear next week the acquisition of two Airbus A330 platforms that will be modified by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
Lawyers' strike to continue in Delhi district courts
Mahavir Singh Sharma, chairman of the All District Courts Bar Association said the decision was taken in a meeting held on Monday wherein the lawyers stuck to their demand that the police personnel, who fired at advocates, be arrested. On Monday, the lawyers abstained from work in all the district courts. The courts will remain closed on Tuesday.
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