Trade unions to go on strike on 22 May to protest against labour laws suspension; seek immediate relief to stranded workers
While Uttar Pradesh suspended major labour laws, Madhya Pradesh has tweaked some rules amid the lockdown to spur economic activities.
Air India sale: RSS-affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh opposes privatisation of national carrier, asks govt to revisit decision
RSS-affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) on Tuesday opposed Air India sale, and urged the government to think over this decision
100% FDI in coal mining: CIL output likely to be hit as workers' unions call for one-day strike today
Coal India produces around 2 million tonne of coal a day and the state-run miner accounts for over 80% of the country's coal production.
Mumbai college admissions: High cut-offs worry aspirants as many institutes announce no third list for FYBA
The third and final cut off of degree colleges affiliated to Mumbai University has left many seeking admission to popular colleges in the city worried
Mumbai University Merit List 2019: Second merit list with cut-off percentages released for UG courses; check details on mu.ac.in
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The general strike called by various trade unions demanding a rollback of a central government order allowing fixed-term employment across all sectors, affected normal life in the state on Monday. Most of the shops and business establishments remained shut.
CPM office attacked in Thiruvananthapuram: Seven BJP workers arrested, police say there is 'no panic situation'
Seven BJP workers have been arrested in connection with the alleged attack on CPM district committee office, police said on Monday.
If Arvind Panagariya’s exit has to do with making NITI Aayog a more happening place, then there’s some hope; if it has anything at all to do with the swadeshi lobby being unhappy, it doesn't augur well
"Wrong policies of NITI Aayog are creating a jobless India," said Saji Narayanan, National president of BMS in a statement.
All major unions, excluding RSS-associated BMS (Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh), have joined the strike call, terming the government's assurances to look into their demands and the recent announcements for two-year bonus and hike in minimum wage as "completely inadequate".
Essential services like banking and public transport, as also work at public sector entities, may be hit on Friday with ten central trade unions giving a one-day nationwide strike call to protest against the government's "indifference" to their demands for better wages and facilities and the "anti-worker" changes in labour laws.
As many as 10 central trade unions will go ahead with the general strike on Friday saying the government gave no heed to their 12-point charter of demands and is continuing with unilateral labour reforms.
One of the bodies has even accused the government of "moving on expected lines to sell the country"
OnePlus 3 launch event is just half a day away as the anticipation for the latest flagship from OnePlus builds up heading to the launch.
On allowing FDI in defence sector, the BMS said it was not good for the country.
Essential services like banking and public transport may be impacted on Wednesday with ten central trade unions going ahead with their one-day nationwide strike, even as the government appealed to them for calling off the agitation, which BJP-backed BMS and NFITU decided to boycott.
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)