Thursday, April 25, 2024



Truckers call off strike after govt assurance that BNS provisions in hit and run cases will be ‘discussed first’: Details

Truckers called off strike after assurance from Home Ministry that provisions under BNS for hit and run cases will be implemented only after consultation with the association

Jamshedpur police handcuff a Hindu lawyer who went to meet SSP over the recent communal clash, Bar Association lawyers protest arbitrary action

Jamshedpur Bar Association lawyers go on strike after their fellow lawyer Chandan Choubey was handcuffed and produced in court

Strikes by lawyers one of the reasons why courts are burdened with pending cases, Salman Khurshid seeks solution

Salman Khurshid, along with journalist Manoj Raghuvanshi, laboured through a grilling online RoundTable discussion on ‘Khul Ke’ last Sunday on the issue.

USA: 100s employees at The New York Times go on a 24-hour strike over poor pay and work conditions

The employees reportedly said in a statement that the walkout was “due to the company’s failure to bargain in good faith, reach a fair contract agreement with the workers, and meet their demands.

Haryana: Farmers suffer as Arhtiyas hold an indefinite strike against transparency in procurement of paddy. Read details

A Haryana State Agriculture Marketing Board official said that procurement through e-NAM portal would impose a levy of 6.5% on arhtiyas.

West Bengal: Business community calls for a 3-day strike after Islamists burn down shops and houses over alleged ‘blasphemy’ row

BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari pointed out how the media has been selective about the mayhem unleashed by Islamists.

Bharat Bandh: Kerala govt warns public servants against participating in the general strike after HC directive

The Kerala HC had slammed govt officials participating in strikes, observing that it was illegal for them to do so.

‘What strike?’: NYTimes report on ‘Bharat bandh’ claiming India was ‘thrown into confusion’ leaves netizens confused, read details

Except for Kerala (where state unions started strike last night itself), the strike had very little impact on lives of people otherwise. It was business as usual. But then, NYTimes seems to be living in a parallel universe.

As the strike by Delhi Anganwadi workers enter third week, AAP govt sends threatening messages and notices to them

Delhi govt officials send threatening messages to Anganwadi workers who are protesting demanding better facilities

Bharat Bandh: Congress supported ‘farmer’ protestors block roads, sit on railway tracks but fail to make an impact

Earlier in March this year, ‘farmer protestors’ gave calls for ‘Bharat Bandh’ in Punjab and caused a loss of ₹500 crores in a single day.

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