Bharat Bandh 2019 Updates: French tourists stranded in Kerala's Alappuzha amid protests; shikaras, hotels bear deserted look in tourist town
Bharat Bandh LIVE Updates: The West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Right has sent a show cause notice CPM leader Sujan Chakraborty and other party office bearers. The commission is aggrieved over the attack on school bus in Barasat. The commission said that "such dangerous and unconstitutional move by a political party is a violation of child rights under the juvenile justice Act.
Employment regulations: Full-time jobs will be a thing of the past; it's time to hail the one-man corporation
For today’s generation entering the job market, the only certainty is uncertainty. You have only your own wit, vision and resources to rely upon.
Trade Unions want the government to allocate more funds in the Union Budget 2018 for employment generation and claimed that opening up the retail market to foreign players would lead to further loss of jobs
The government has promised that a committee will look into the concerns of the coal mine workers.
Uttar Pradesh MoS for Power, Yasar Shah said the state may face electricity crisis if the strike by Coal India extends longer
The 5-day strike call has been given by all five leading trade unions of the country, including the BJP-backed Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS)
Coal India Ltd had earlier said that it has already stepped up supplies of the power plants, which have been facing fuel shortages, to tide over the likely disruption of supplies due to the strike.
The Supreme Court had in September cancelled allocation of 204 coal blocks, including 42 operational mines and another 32 ready-to-start blocks.
According to Modi, the old system harassed businesses while the new one will bring in transparency and ease in dealing with the government.
Sesa Sterlite will move court on the issue of suspending the services of 1,017 employees at its iron ore unit in Goa as its earnings have been severely impacted by the ban on mining activity since September 2012.
Against the backdrop of two-day nationwide strike, the Lok Sabha today saw members attacking the government for its "apathy" towards workers and warning that there could be another agitation if trade unions are not engaged in talks.
Central trade unions called for two-day mega strike on 20 and 21 February as their talks with the government failed to reach a conclusion. Here is a look at the response to the bandh across the country.
According to AITUC General Secretary Gurudas Dasgupta it is Maruti management's intolerance and suppressive behaviour led to the violent incident at Maruti's Manesar plant.