The railway unions feel they are not prepared to go on an indefinite strike Signalling the weakening of the organised labour’s hold over Indian Railways, the country’s largest employer, the indefinite strike planned on November 23 this year has been deferred.The railway unions feel they were not prepared to go on an indefinite strike. They will now organise campaigns to mobilise workers.“It was also noted that there are states which have not held state-level conventions and ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Over 20,000 railway employees are participating in the three-day conference. Jodhpur: The All India Railwaymen's Federation (AIRF) today alleged that the Centre's apathy towards filling up about 2.54 lakh "vacant" posts in the Railways was ...NDTV, 1 week ago Now, rly employees demand OROP, say 'our services also dedicated to nation' Times of India, 1 month ago After Defence Personnel, Railwaymen Demand OROP New Indian Express, 1 month ago Railwaymen Demand OROP New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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In the wake of the accident yesterday in Andhra Pradesh that claimed six lives, Tata Group chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata today sought details of train accidents in the recent past to prevent such incidents, at the second meeting of Kaya Kalp ...Business Insider India, 1 month ago Ratan Tata to Chair Second Kaya Kalp Meet on Tuesday NDTV, 1 month ago
Ratan Tata on Tuesday sought details of train accidents in the recent past and the railways' action plan to prevent such incidents at the second meeting of Kaya Kalp council in New Delhi. In the wake of the accident on Monday in Andhra Pradesh that claimed six lives, the two-hour-long meeting held at the Railway Board saw the public transporter being asked to prepare the accident data which would be taken up at the next Kaya Kalp meeting on September 11. According to a Kaya Kalp member, the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Ratan Tata seeks data on train mishaps, details of preventive steps Financial Express, 1 month ago
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