Category: Tamil Nadu

Why Tamil Nadu opposes NEET?

This entry is part 1 of 13 in the series Tamil Nadu Opposes NEET

Had Anitha not committed suicide, what would have happened? Had she participated in a television debate, what would have happened? Those who argue in support of now, what they would have argued?

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“Scrap NEET” – Meeting Posters

New Democratic Labour Front – IT Employees Wing Public Meeting Scrap NEET for Medical Admissions Date : 15-09-2017 Friday Time : 6 pm to 9 pm Venue : Near Sholinganallur Signal

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NEET Kills Anitha – Poster

Central, state governments and Supreme Court responsible! Abolish Privatization in Education! Fight brahminical BJP and its Supporters!

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Women Power & Power of Labour Digs Hole for Tasmac Liquor

When these women toiling day in and day out for meagre wages wield power in their hands, they will dig graves not only for Tasmac Liquor, but also for Corruption, Communalism, Casteism and Corporate Loot which exploit the lives of  working class!

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Rural Postal Workers Strike Work for their Rights

Most of the workers get paid between Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 8,000. “We are not covered under any medical scheme,” he added. He pointed out that the rural employees constituted 80% of the postal staff strength.

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Stand with Farmer! – IT Employees Campaign to Save Farmers!

Can we resolve any of these issues by petitioning this state serving the corporates and regressive forces? Does any electoral political party oppose the policies of privatization-liberalization-globalization which is the root cause of this corporate plunder? Does any of them propose an alternative?

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Employees from leading IT Companies Take Union Positions!

This is indeed an important milestone in the efforts to organize the 4 million strong IT/ITES workforce in India. IT companies having pan Indian presence, it is important to organize employees all over India. Such efforts are underway in IT hubs like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Pune, Kolkata and NCR.

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Cognizant (CTS) Coimbatore Employees Struggle against Forced Resignations!

Overall tripartite meeting was satisfying to the employees, but we are yet to receive a concrete solution. Next meeting was scheduled on June 15th at the same venue.

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Cognizant (CTS) Coimbatore Employees Show The Way

This entry is part 20 of 19 in the series Struggle Against Layoffs

Employees getting together in groups and discussing is an important first step. Then arrange physical meetings for more closer group, form a union for legal standing within the company.

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Wipro, Cognizant Layoffs – Next Steps in 7 Q&A

This entry is part 15 of 19 in the series Struggle Against Layoffs

JCL in Chennai asked the employees who disagree with low rating given to them, who were not allocated to a project, whose were prevented from getting allocated to a project, who were being asked by HR to resign to file a Collective Dispute under Section 2K of ID Act.

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Month Long TN Farmers Protest in Delhi – Video

Why the farmers are protesting in Delhi? Because, the Modi government refuses to set up Cauvery Management Board; Because, the Modi government signed MOU’s for hydrocarbon project in Neduvasal; Because, the Modi government refuses to set remunerative prices for farm outputs; Because, the Modi government government refuses farm loan waiver.

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Sathyabama made to pay bonus! Can CTS employees demand full variable pay?

The victory by Vehicle Drivers and Technicians Union in winning bonus rights is a shot in the arm for IT sector too. Our pay, variable pay, annual bonus – all are earned by our work and right guaranteed under laws. The management does not have the discretion to deny the pay citing some flimsy reason.

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Tamil Nadu police warned for denying right to protest – Justice Katju

“I therefore give a warning to the TN police and authorities that unless they stop their blatant violation of Fundamental Rights of Tamilian youth of holding peaceful demonstrations they will be held accountable and given severe punishment under the appropriate law”

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