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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,  
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,  
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,  
Obama’s anti-IS coalition takes shape as France carries out first air <strong>strike</strong> in Iraq

Obama’s anti-IS coalition takes shape as France carries out first air strike in Iraq

19 Sep 2014

Baghdad: France carried out its first air strike against the Islamic State group in Iraq on Friday, boosting US-led efforts to unite the world against the growing threat posed by the jihadists.

France,   US,   Islamic state,   ISIS,   Iraq,   Air strike,   French Army,   US Army,  
Koke signs for NorthEast United FC

Koke signs for NorthEast United FC

15 Sep 2014

Shillong: NorthEast United FC on Monday announced that it has signed Spanish strike Sergio Contreras Pardo, commonly known as Koke, to strengthen the club's attacking frontline.

NorthEast United FC,   Spanish strike Sergio Contreras Pardo,   Koke,  
Haryana Roadways employees call off <strong>strike</strong>

Haryana Roadways employees call off strike

08 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Roadways employees on Monday called off their strike against the government's move to grant route permits to private bus operators, after their talks with State Transport Minister Aftab Ahmed on Monday morning.

Haryana roadways,   Private bus operators,   Infinite strike,   Aftab Ahmed,   Haryana bus strike ,  
Ban antibiotics in Indian poultry sector, says <strong>IMA</strong>

Ban antibiotics in Indian poultry sector, says IMA

02 Aug 2014

New Delhi: There is growing concern about the use of antibiotics in Indian poultry sector. The studies done by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) shows that over use of antibiotics in poultry sector led to chicken to become antibiotics resistance and in return the consumption of these chickens led to fall of antibiotic resistance in the Delhities who normally fall prey to curable diseases.

antibiotics,   Indian poultry,   IMA,   Centre for Science and Environment,   CSE,   Indian Medical Association,  
Commuters face inconvenience in Kolkata due to taxi <strong>strike</strong>

Commuters face inconvenience in Kolkata due to taxi strike

03 Sep 2014

Kolkata: For the sixth time since August, commuters faced inconvenience as taxis stayed off roads on Wednesday with taxi unions calling an indefinite strike demanding a fare hike and protesting the West Bengal Government's action against agitating drivers.

Kolkata,   Taxi strike,   Indefinite strike,   Centre of Indian Trade Unions,   All India Trade Union Congress,   Taxi union,   State government,  
Nurses go on <strong>strike</strong> in Ebola-hit Liberia

Nurses go on strike in Ebola-hit Liberia

02 Sep 2014

Monrovia: Nurses at Liberia's largest hospital have gone on strike, demanding better pay and equipment to protect them against a deadly Ebola epidemic which has killed hundreds in the West African nation.

Ebola,   Liberia,   Ebola virus,   West Africa,   WHO,   World Health Organization,   Ebola outbreak ,  
Israel destroys 13-storey building in Gaza air <strong>strike</strong>

Israel destroys 13-storey building in Gaza air strike

24 Aug 2014

Gaza: Israel launched more air strikes on Gaza on Sunday after taking its military campaign to a new level by flattening a 13-storey apartment tower following a warning to residents to evacuate.

Israel,   Gaza strike,   Palestinian militants ,  

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