Friday, June 12, 2020

In an interview with ThePrint, Railway Board Chairman V.K. Yadav also said that Shramik trains will not be used to ferry migrants back and that workers should rely on employers for a ticket.

SANYA DHINGRA 10 June, 2020 

Thursday, June 11, 2020

There's one group which has not received the requisite attention of either mainstream media or masses in general – the backbone of one of the world’s largest Rail network: the Loco Pilots of Indian Railways.

Shubham Kumar16 May 2020

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Changes to Labour Laws by State Governments Will Lead to Anarchy in the Labour Market

Monday, June 8, 2020

Our labour laws 

Have we thrown the baby with the bathwater? 
Contempt for labour: On dilution of labour laws 

MAY 09, 2020 

Centre should not allow exemptions from welfare laws for workers mooted by States 

Sunday, June 7, 2020

Industrial Relations Code is for Capital to Maximise Profits 

R Karumalaiyan 
Code on Social Security: An Attempt to Dismantle Workers’ Social Security 

R Karumalaiyan 
ILO Joins Hands with Modi Govt to Reduce Minimum Wage of Workers 

J S Majumdar 

Saturday, June 6, 2020

Code on Wages Bill – Modi Govt’s Return Gift to Corporates 

R Karumalaiyan 

Friday, June 5, 2020


Deadly violation of safety norms in Delhi 


 January 17, 2020 

Thursday, June 4, 2020


Bare minimum 


Cooking up numbers 


Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Both of them have been driving a bit during the lockdown steering railway staff to Jolarpet and Mysuru stations for carrying out infrastructure work.
A train pilot spoke on his experience of operating a Shramik Express, one of special trains operated by the Indian Railways to carry thousands of migrant labourers, to their homes.
With passengers from the previous New Delhi-KSR Bengaluru Daily Special having arrived earlier and some still around, there was no clarity as to which passenger belonged to which train.

COVID-19 pandemic a mere excuse for BJP to scuttle labour laws 

Kerala’s Finance Minister Dr TM Thomas Isaac writes why tweaks in labour laws introduced by BJP-ruled states amid the COVID-19 crisis violate norms of International Labour Organisation and jeopardise future of workers 
Changes in Labour Laws Will Turn the Clock Back by Over a Century 

Under the cover of the economic impact of the COVID-19 lockdown, labour rights cannot be done away with. 

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Explained: What labour law changes by states mean 

Last week, a number of state governments made key changes in the application of labour laws. What are the labour laws in the country, and how can such changes impact firms, their workers, and the economy? 

Monday, June 1, 2020

On Labour Laws: 

Dr K Hemalatha, President CITU 

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