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Bharat Bandh today against government's "anti-labor" policies: All details here

26 Nov 2020

Bharat Bandh today against government's "anti-labor" policies: All details here

More than 25 crore workers will participate in a strike today, called by 10 central unions, to raise a voice against the "anti-labor" policies of the government.

ASHA workers go on strike, demand respectable salaries, more protection

07 Aug 2020

ASHA workers go on strike, demand respectable salaries, more protection

ASHA workers, who bridge the gap between India's porous healthcare system and the needy, have had enough of government's neglect, and have decided to go on a two-day strike from August 7.

Trade unions plan May-22 nationwide protest against labor law suspension

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.

#BharatBandh: Millions go on two-day strike against Modi govt's policies

08 Jan 2019

#BharatBandh: Millions go on two-day strike against Modi govt's policies

On Tuesday, millions of workers across India, from both the organized and the unorganized sectors, started their two-day nationwide general strike to protest against unemployment and what they call the Modi government's 'anti-worker' policies.

#BharatBandh: Nationwide strike against Modi govt's policies on Jan 8-9

07 Jan 2019

#BharatBandh: Nationwide strike against Modi govt's policies on Jan 8-9

Ten Central trade unions across India have called for a two-day-long nationwide strike on January 8 and 9 in a bid to protest against what they call "anti-people" policies of the Modi government.

Strike evokes mixed responses

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.

18 crore workers join Bharat Bandh

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.