The All India Postal Employees Union and the National Federation of Postal Employees were reportedly derecognized based on complaints by a postal union with ties to the RSS, the parent organization of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party
On April 5, 100,000 workers, farmers, and agricultural workers held a unity rally in Delhi in rejection of the pro-corporate, anti-poor policies and sectarian politics of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party
Tens of thousands of workers, farmers and agricultural workers marched into New Delhi against the anti-people policies of the Narendra Modi government. They are calling for policies to control inflation and the scrapping of labor laws, among other demands
The rally was jointly organized by three of India’s biggest organizations representing workers, farmers, and agricultural laborers
With economic conditions continuing to decline for India’s laboring sections, 2023 is set to see more struggles and strikes both at a local and a national level
Campaigning under the banner of the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU), union leaders had initially called for a two-day strike from October 19. However, the strike continued for 11 days as the demands of the workers were not addressed
The dossier, The People’s Steel Plant and the Fight Against Privatisation in Visakhapatnam, published by Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, details the inspiring struggle of a people for a steel plant, livelihood, and dignity
AR Sindhu, National Secretary of CITU (Centre of Indian Trade Unions), joins us to talk about the upcoming National Strike in India on March 28 and 29.
52,000 child care workers, also known as anganwadi workers, have been on strike in Haryana for over a month. They are demanding a pay raise that was promised to them by the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi 4 years ago.
Every year, trade unions commemorate the all-India strike of 1982 which was also supported by farmers’ movements. This year’s events will be especially significant as they seek to cement worker-farmer unity ahead of a major strike in February
Following an incident of mass food poisoning of 159 workers at the Sriperumbudur plant of Foxconn Group, massive protests were staged by women workers over the poor food quality and living conditions at worker’s accommodation.