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31 January 2013

Remedy needed to India Inc's labour unrest ailment

Author: M Saraswathy, Sharmistha Mukherjee & Viveat Pinto, Business Standard (India)

It is a trend that threatens to assume alarming proportions in corporate India. Incidents of labour unrest have been on the rise in recent years across companies, pointing to growing discontent among workers over wages and other issues. The list of...

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12 November 2007

India: Major protests in W. Bengal over killing of 6 villagers who had opposed industrial projects on their land

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12 November 2007

Nandigram a national issue, says industry [India]

Author: Ishita Ayan Dutt, Business Standard [India]

Nandigram may have turned into a war zone once more but the industry feels that the issue is national. Despite the current crisis being a turf war between the political parties, the genesis of the issue is land acquisition for a chemical hub project....

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17 March 2006

UC [University of California] regents vote to divest from companies doing business in Sudan

Author: Michelle Locke, Associated Press

University of California regents voted Thursday to divest from several companies doing business with Sudan in protest of the humanitarian crisis in the country's Darfur region...Specifically, UC is divesting from Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., China...

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16 March 2006

UC Regents vote to divest from companies with business ties to Sudan Government and acts of genocide

Author: University of California Board of Regents

The University of California Board of Regents voted today (Mar. 16) to divest from several companies involved in significant business activities that provide revenue to the Sudanese government to continue acts of genocide in Darfur, marking the first...

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16 March 2006

University of California votes to divest from 9 companies doing business in Sudan: PetroChina, Sinopec, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Nam Fatt, ONGC, PECD, Sudan Telecom, Tatneft, Videocon

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18 April 2002

Women Not Welcome in Corporate India

Author: Roli Srivastava, Times of India

VN Dhoot, chairman, Videocon, which has no women employees in its corporate office, laughingly says: "We are from an orthodox family."...Experts say only three per cent women occupy senior positions in private sector companies across the country. Most...

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