Articles about Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh
The union trade organization Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) was instituted on July 23, 1955, and consists of over 10 million members. In 2002, as per the Ministry of Labour’s provisional statistics, the BMS had a membership of almost 6,215,800. The organization has also fought against the anti-labor policies of the Narasimha Rao Government. The organization has also made sure that it is scrupulously away from all kinds of party politics. It is represented in bipartite/tripartite labor as well as industrial committees and also believes in the co-existence of nations and attempts to encourage brotherhood among them. Striving to remove the foreign impact on Indian society, the BMS has confidence in maximum production with proper distribution and restraint consumption. BMS is also the labor wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and is not associated with any International Trade Union Confederation. The organization was founded by Dattopant Thengadi.
15 May 2020
Trade unions plan May-22 nationwide protest against labor law suspension
To oppose the suspension of labor laws in some states, 10 central trade unions have decided to hold a nationwide protest on May 22.
18 Oct 2017
Sex determination: Aligarh BJP MLAs help allegedly-involved doctor evade action
Two days ago, Rajasthan officials claimed to have busted a sex determination racket in Aligarh. They had caught a doctor couple 'red-handed'.
28 Jun 2017
India's NITI Aayog proposes Coal India split
India's policy think-tank NITI Aayog has proposed that the government-owned Coal India Limited be split into seven independent companies to help it become more competitive.
05 Sep 2016
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03 Sep 2016
Strike evokes mixed responses
CTUs claimed that the strike was successful, while CPI described it as the "most successful" strike, whereas Government said the impact was minimal.
02 Sep 2016
18 crore workers join Bharat Bandh
On Friday, 10 Central Trade Unions, including Congress's INTUC, and Left's CITU and AITUC, began their one-day long nationwide strike to protest against 'anti-labour policies' of the government.