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May 30, 2018
Bank services impacted as over a million employees go on 2-day strike; salary withdrawals to be affectedBanking activities in public sector banks across the country have been interrupted as employees go on two-day nation-wide strike against the meagre two percent salary hike offered by the management - Indian Banks Association.
Apr 19, 2018
Cash crunch: Bank unions blame govt, RBI and threaten agitation; planned move could worsen customer woesBank employees are facing the wrath of the public for a problem created by the government and the Reserve Bank, the All India Bank Employees Union said
Feb 27, 2017
Public sector banks' staff may go on strike tomorrow to highlight issues including NPAsThe conciliation meeting before the chief labour commissioner on 21 February failed to break the logjam as the bank management represented by the Indian Banks Association did not agree to demands and put conditions.
Dec 02, 2016
Note ban: RBI's adequate cash supply claim and situation in banks different, says bank staff unionsC H Venkatachalam, general secretary, AIBEA and S Nagarajan, Secretary, general secretary AIBOA, have mentioned in the letter that the banks are awaiting some respite from the problems on account of acute shortage of currency notes
Jul 20, 2016
8,167 wilful defaulters owe banks Rs 76,685 cr, says Arun JaitleyCongress member Digvijay Singh expressed concern over the poor conviction rate in such matters which, as per the details provided by the Finance Minister, was just 1.14 per cent during 2015-16.
Jun 17, 2016
SBI merger an eyewash to shift focus from himalayan scale of bad loans: Union leaderThe central government is trying to divert the nation's attention from the Himalayan scale of bad loans given by the nationalised banks, says C.H. Venkatachalam, General Secretary of AIBEA
Jan 07, 2015
Mr Modi, forget about reforming PSBs unless trade unionism is addressedUnless the governments steps into the picture and take meaningful steps to address the concerns of employees in state-run banks, the present scenario will continue