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300 municipal sweepers pool in Rs 10,000 for Kanhaiya's fine

Mumbai: Around 300 sweepers, working as BMC contract labourers, have collected Rs 10,000 to help JNU student union president Kanhaiya Kumar pay the fine slapped on him by JNU. He is out on bail in a sedition case. Dadarao Patekar and Sunil Ghagre, ... Times of India, 3 days ago

People breathe sigh of relief as workers begin to clear trash

People living in east and north Delhi have something to cheer about as the few protesting municipal sanitation workers unions finally called off their strike on the 15th day on Wednesday. The striking employees' unions said they have called off their ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Sanitation workers of 2 MCDs call off 16-day strike  Asian Age2 months ago Relief for Delhi as sanitation workers call off 16-day strike  Rediff.com2 months ago Sanitation workers strike: On Day 7, Jalandhar turns into a dump  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Section of workers call off strike

A day after the Delhi high court told the municipal employees to call off their strike, differences among the MCD unions came out in the open, with a few of the bodies affiliated to the Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh deciding to call off their stir. However, another ...
 Asian Age2 months ago MCD strike: BMS-affiliated unions decide to call off stir  Business Standard2 months ago

Sanitation workers criticise loans extended to corporations

Unions of sanitation workers today criticised Delhi government for extending "conditional" loans to municipal corporations and said they would raise the matter before the High Court tomorrow even as the indefinite strike called by them entered the 12th day ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Civic staff slams AAP government ‘conditions’  Asian Age2 months ago
State Times

MCD sanitation workers divided over ending strike

New Delhi:- With a section of them suspending their strike and another deciding to continue it, the striking unions of municipal corporation sanitation workers were divided over calling off their stir following their appearance in the High Court today.
 State Times2 months ago To strike or not to strike: MCD sanitation workers divided over ending protest against Delhi government  First Post.com2 months ago

Unions divided over ending municipal strike

Leaders of the United Front of MCD employees said they have decided to suspend their strike for 2 days The unions of municipal corporation sanitation workers were divided on Monday over calling off their stir following their appearance in the high court. A ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
DNA India

Look who has offered to pay Kanhaiya Kumar's fine

JNU student union president Kanhaiya Kumar who is out on bail in a sedition case on Saturday claimed that contractual labourers of Mumbai Municipal Corporation have volunteered to pay the fine slapped on him by the varsity in connection with the ...
 DNA India4 days ago Mumbai civic body workers have offered...  The Echo Of India3 days ago Mumbai civic body workers offered to pay fine: Kanhaiya  The Hindu3 days ago Mumbai civic workers offered to pay my fine: Kanhaiya  The Statesman3 days ago

Auto, taxi strike called off

Representatives of taxi and auto unions called off the strike planned for March 15 and 16 after meeting Transport Minister Gopal Rai on Monday. As many as 1,000 representatives of the unions, who were upset with the step-motherly treatment ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

AAP govt bails out MCD workers with Rs 551 crore loan; however, imposes strict conditions

The Rs 551 crore loan of Delhi government to the cash-strapped municipal corporations has come with a rider -- "no fresh recruitment" of sanitation workers and "discontinuation" of temporary employees within a year, according to an order issued by the AAP ...
 DNA2 months ago

Sweeper dies of TB, union says hospital lacks masks

— By | Mar 09, 2016 12:57 am Mumbai : Following the death of a sweeper at Sewri Tuberculosis (TB) hospital in the last week of February, the workers union claims that the hospital doesn't have enough stock of N95 masks, posing a threat to workers.
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago
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