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Bank unions threaten month-long stir as wage talks fail again

Bank unions threaten month-long stir as wage talks fail again

29 Sep 2014

Vadodara: A day after the umbrella body of the lenders IBA rejected the union's call for steeper wage hikes, the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) has said it will adopt multi-pronged agitational methods from the middle of next month to press for their demands.

IBA,   Wage hikes,   United Forum of Bank Unions,   UFBU,   Bank unions,   Bank employees,   Bank strike,   Bank holidays,   Government banks,  
Amnesty International hails release of Irom Sharmila

Amnesty International hails release of Irom Sharmila

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The release of Indian rights activist Irom Sharmila is a legal and moral victory following her 13 year-long hunger strike, Amnesty International India said on Tuesday.

Amnesty International,   Irom Sharmila,   Armed Forces act,   Hunger strike,   freedom of expression,   National Human Rights Commission,   Iron Lady,   Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences,   Indian activist,  
Egypt to release journalist on <strong>hunger</strong> <strong>strike</strong>

Egypt to release journalist on hunger strike

17 Jun 2014

Cairo: Egypt has ordered the release of Al Jazeera journalist Abdullah Elshamy on medical grounds, ending almost a year of jail time a third of that on hunger strike without any charges against him.

Egypt,   Al Jazeera,   Al Jazeera journalist,   Abdullah Elshamy,   Islamist president Mohamed Morsi ,  
DU teachers in favour of FYUP go on <strong>hunger</strong> <strong>strike</strong>

DU teachers in favour of FYUP go on hunger strike

24 Jun 2014

New Delhi: A group of Delhi University teachers in favour of the four-year undergraduate programme went on a 24-hour long hunger strike on Tuesday to protest against the University Grants Commission order for its rollback.

Delhi University,   UGC,   FYUP,   four-year undergraduate programme,   delhi university admission,   DU teachers strike,  
Digvijay Singh to stage week-long <strong>hunger</strong> <strong>strike</strong> in Guna

Digvijay Singh to stage week-long hunger strike in Guna

05 Jul 2014

Bhopal: Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh on Saturday said that he would sit on a seven-day hunger strike in Guna district headquarter from July 7 to protest against the Madhya Pradesh government for not providing relief to natural-calamity hit farmers.

hunger strike,   Digvijay Singh,   Madhya Pradesh,   Guna District,   Collector,   Sandeep Yadav,  
US, partner nations launch first <strong>strike</strong> in Syria: Pentagon

US, partner nations launch first strike in Syria: Pentagon

23 Sep 2014

Washington: United States and partner nations are carrying out the first air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, the Pentagon said on Monday, in ongoing operations that mark the opening of a new, far more complicated front in a battle against the militants.

Pentagon,   Syria,   United States,   Islamic States,   Middle East,   disturbance in Middle East,  
India made progress in fighting child deaths, malnutrition; short of goals: UN

India made progress in fighting child deaths, malnutrition; short of goals: UN

17 Sep 2014

United Nations: India has made progress on the twin fronts of reducing hunger and child mortality but is still short of development goals, two international reports say. Fewer Indian children under five are dying, with infant mortality rate coming down from 126 per 1,000 in 1990 to 53 last year, a UN report released in New York said.

United Nations,   hunger,   child mortality,   child mortality in India,   Food Security Act,  
Defiant students give Hong Kong leader ultimatum to respond

Defiant students give Hong Kong leader ultimatum to respond

23 Sep 2014

Hong Kong's striking students on Tuesday gave the city's leader 48 hours to honour his promise to listen to the people, threatening further action if he failed to respond to their demands for greater democracy in the former British colony.

Hong Kong,   Hong Kong strike,   Hong Kong students,   Hong Kong democracy,   Hong Kong unrest,  
Sprouts: A super food for weight loss

Sprouts: A super food for weight loss

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Sprouts have always been a popular nutritional food for most diet conscious people. When it comes to eating healthy stuff, sprouts are the most popular choice.

Sprouts,   weight loss,   High Fiber Content,   Hunger Pangs,   Calories,   Cholesterol,   healthy heart,  
Expelled AAP legislator Binny begins <strong>hunger</strong> <strong>strike</strong>

Expelled AAP legislator Binny begins hunger strike

27 Jan 2014

New Delhi: Expelled AAP legislator Vinod Kumar Binny began a hunger strike here on Monday to protest against the Delhi government. Binny accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of not implementing party's pre-poll promises.

Vinod Kumar Binny,   AAP,   Binny expelled from AAP,   Binny on hunger strike,   Binny to meet Najeeb Jung,  

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