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Cement factory shut after union clash

The management of a cement factory at Karatowa off NH31D has declared suspension of work from today after some Inttuc leaders allegedly tried to induct fresh workers yesterday. Citu workers protested the Inttuc attempt and it led to a clash yesterday. Sources ... The Telegraph, 3 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Trinamul feud grips trade union too

Balurghat, July 6: The factional feud in South Dinajpur Trinamul has spread to the INTTUC with a new leader claiming to be the president of the trade union in the district. Yesterday, Biplab Mondal held a meeting of INTTUC workers at Gangarampur ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Trinamul nets Left tea union leader  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Fertiliser plant to reopen today

The Teesta Agro Industries Limited's fertiliser plant at Rajganj will reopen tomorrow after the INTTUC agreed to drop the demand to remove two managers, a labour department officer said today. The management announced suspension of work at the unit on Sunday ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago Dharna for factory reopening  The Telegraph1 month ago

No papers, you can't prosecute us, sir

KOLKATA: Autos are the biggest violators of road rules but when it comes to imposing penalties, the rogue fleet gets away with minimum punishment. Police records show autos are the least penalized vehicles on the road. While some cite absence of ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Autos without vehicle papers

Nearly a third of the 12,000-odd south Calcutta autos ply on more than 85 routes without valid papers, including permits. But the drivers have the most important certificate with them: the support of the auto union backed by the Indian National ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Here's how auto-wallahs take you for a ride

KOLKATA: Lax policing and the lack of political will to act against them have turned auto drivers more reckless than ever. From Salt Lake to Thakurpukur, the picture is same — drivers threatening, intimidating, assaulting and even molesting ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Stop the city, the rally's here

What: July 21 Shahid Divas Rally, the Trinamul Congress's biggest show of the year and the Calcutta commuter's worst traffic-stopper of the year. Where: The dais has been built in front of Victoria House, at the intersection of Bentinck Street ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

FCI staff on absorption roll

After almost 40 years of serving a nationalized company, nearly three dozens of casual workers with the Food Corporation of India are being awarded absorption on the roll, which could be possible following a Supreme Court of India judgment. The ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

Now, hawkers set up permanent stalls

KOLKATA: A fresh wave of encroachment has hit the city's pavements. Wannabe hawkers have occupied vantage spots with an eye on a long-term right to do business on Kolkata's streets. The surge in the number of hawkers has been triggered by chief ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

After Left and TMC, trade union leader now with Congress

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Kolkata, July 6 -- Trade union leader Dipankar Ghosh, who was with the Left-backed Airports Authority Employees' Union (AAEU) during the Left Front days, joined ...
 HT Syndication4 weeks ago
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