58,000 workers of public sector General Insurance companies have announced their decision to go on a two day strike on July 27-28 in support of their long standing demands.Continue reading
Thousands of sanitation workers of Karnataka went on a militant indefinite strike on July 1, demanding regularisation of their jobs. The sanitation workers, called pourakarmikas, are mainly women workers. Their strike effected sanitation work not only in the 198 wards of Bengaluru, but in all the districts of Karnataka.Continue reading
Workers of the Indigo Airlines including flight crew, technicians and other ground staff have taken the path of struggle in defence of and to assert their rights.Continue reading
On July 6, four workers’ unions of the SNCF (the state owned railways of France) — CGT, UNSA, SUD-Rail and CFDT – went on strike. The strike paralysed train services throughout the country.Continue reading
On 28th March 2022, a division bench of the Kerala High Court passed an order declaring a strike by government employees illegal. It called upon the Kerala government to ban the strike.Continue reading
Rail drivers organised relay hunger strikes and demonstration from 7th to 9th December, under the leadership of All India Loco Running Staff Association (AILRSA). Rail drivers, shunters and assistant drivers working on different lobbies of different divisions across the country participated in the demonstrations.Continue reading
More than 300 resident doctors of North Delhi’s Bara Hindu Rao Hospital (HRH) have gone on strike since November 22, demanding payment of their salaries and allowances.Continue reading
Maharashtra’s resident doctors called for an indefinite strike across the state starting 1st October. The Maharashtra State Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) announced that the strike will continue till their demands are fulfilled.
On October 5, the resident doctors called off the strike following acceptance of their demands by the Maharashtra Chief Minister.
On 25th June it had been reported on the CGPI website that defence employees have resolved to unitedly oppose the decision of the central government to dismantle the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) and convert it into 7 corporations. In an extended meeting of the federations on 27th June it was decided to serve a strike notice to the concerned authorities on 8th July, of an indefinite strike starting from 26th July.Continue reading