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Trade union in indian context

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sparked off by the sacking of dozens of their colleagues, can in no way be condoned, but it raises questions on the state of labour in India in a time of economic pain. Roy George, a 47-year-old vice president at Pricol, was attacked by workers wielding iron rods after 42 employees were dismissed from a unit of the auto parts maker. These employees were fired after they disrupted work, company officials say. A senior official was quoted as saying George was targeted because he was “weaning away” employees from a union that was leading the protests. Pricol workers have been agitating for over two years against the ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Steve Sailer's iSteve Blog: Jews and Indians in Antwerp's diamond ...
The diamond business has fascinated me ever since the 1980s when my future wife and I spent months shopping for diamonds because it is so different from the way companies I was familiar with, such as Procter & Gamble or Walmart, did business. (Even leaving aside the whole "Why not get a cubic zirconia?" question.) We finally kept going back to a guy with a tiny shop in Chicago's Loop who kept promising us that he was going to go to Antwerp and get us a really good deal. Finally, after a few weeks of not hearing from him, he called me up and told me he had the perfect stone. And he did.  "So, you got this ... market research, surveys and trends
Full Unemployment Cinema: July screening: Grunwick Dispute 1977 ...
The East African migrants settling in London in the early 1970s were educated in English, and held British rather than Indian citizenship, but they faced a struggle to establish their families in London’s unwelcoming society. In spite of their middle-class background, many women, determined to contribute to their families’ well-being and their children’s futures, accepted low-paid factory and manual work. Whilst these women were willing to accept low status employment, they were unwilling to accept the degrading treatment typically meted out to “unskilled” “Black” immigrants in ... market research, surveys and trends

SURVEY RESULTS FOR
TRADE UNION IN INDIAN CONTEXT

The dynamics of HRM systems in Indian BPO firms
exports have grown from $565 million in 2000 to about $7.3 billion in 2005. ..... welfare in factories resulted in the Trade Union Act of 1926 that gave formal ..... The survey results show that in 90 percent of the sampled BPOs, new ..... are not being seriously considered in the Indian context (NASSCOM, 2005b). ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Retreating From The Commanding Heights: Privatization In An Indian ...
In the period between 1988 and 1993, about 2,700 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) were privatized in 95 countries, excluding large-scale voucher privatizations.(2) By 1995, the total value of privatization deals exceeded $300 billion. None of these major deals have been in India. There are two main reasons for this. First, in contrast to former communist countries, the government controlled less of the economy, meaning there was simply less to sell. Second, India's open political system has meant that the strong sentiments aroused by the issue of privatization--exemplified by the quotes above--have tended to cancel each other ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Bhopal Gas Leak Victims Feel Betrayed
 Rashida Bee is not an unknown entity. Leader of a trade union of gas affected women, winner of the Goldman Environment Prize along with her Hindu behan Champa Devi, this Bhopali has inspired many with her articulate speeches, home-grown wisdom and persistent fight for the rights of Union Carbide’s victims. With the prize money, the duo has set up the world’s first awards for women fighting against corporations. This fiercely anti-corporate woman, though, swears by the product of one chemical company – European transnational Aventis’ anti-inflammatory painkiller Combiflam. “In a day, I take 10 ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The Drums of War? Pentagon Provokes New Crisis With China
Three news features appearing earlier this week highlight tensions between the United States and the People's Republic of China that, at least in relation to the language used to describe them, would have seemed unimaginable even a few months ago and are evocative more of the Korean War era than of any time since the entente cordiale initiated by the Richard Nixon-Mao Zedong meeting in Beijing in 1972. To indicate the seriousness of the matter, the stories are from Global Times, a daily newspaper published in conjunction with the People's Daily, official press organ of the ruling Communist Party of China, and Time, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Annex.55.M -Dip.in Labour Law- SDE
History of Trade Union in Indian context. Unit-4: Collective Bargaining. Introduction – Characteristic features, significance and Objectives – ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF SEWA BANK IN INDIA: BASELINE FINDINGS
in 1972, is a trade union that supports working women through “development” and “struggle” .... In the context of India, it ranks as a large city but ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
1 PARTING OF THE WAYS: TRADE UNIONS, NGOS AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN ...
political context in India 8 In India leading trade union organisations-- the Centre of. Indian Trade Unions (CITU); the All-India Trade Union Congress ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
To what extent is 'waiver of moral rights' is possible in Indian ...
Unlike US, "Waiver of Moral rights" is not allowed in India. Sec.57 of the Copyright Act issue Author's Special rights (Moral rights) that is independent of author's copyright. Please see 1. Amar Nath Seghal v. Union of India (2002(2)ARBLR130(Delhi); 2005(30)PTC253(Del)). 2. Smt. Mannu Bhandari v. Kala Vikash Pictures Pvt. Ltd. and Anr. (1986) Although Indian Law probably 'permit the waiver if moral rights' depending on case to case basis, atleast "waiver of moral rights" is not inherent in sec. 57 of the Copyright Act. posted 7 months ago Waiver of moral rights, in India, since the statute is silent and ...
Question: For Patricia -- NGOs in India
Need initial high-level research data on the NGO sector. Source of data is important. For example, the number of NGOs is from 2005 and from the government agency authority in that country. NGO data ----------------------------------------------------------- What is the total number of operating NGOs in the country? (For example: see http://www.civilsoc.org/ for an answer to Hungary) What percentage of NGOs are computer enabled? What percentage of (NGO?) population is connected to the internet? What are the top 10 types of NGO’s (from activity codes)? Who are the Top 10 ICT NGO’s? NGO registration ...