PTI | Jun 7, 2018, 16:22 IST
GURUGRAM: Infuriated at being terminated, a sacked employee along with an accomplice on a bike opened fire and injured a Gurgaon-based Japanese company's human resource wing head on Thursday, police said.
The incident occurred at around 9am when the victim, Binesh Sharma, HR head of Mitsuba, was going to his office in IMT, Manesar, in a car.
Bawana factory fire: Delhi Fire Services Director GC Mishra said, "In all probability, it was a recently constructed building. The area was made only for the plastic factory. Only a probe will say if this factory received a NOC certificate. The activity undergoing here falls under high hazard category.
Pune: A few workers have gone on an indefinite hunger strike at German automaker Volkswagen's manufacturing plant in Chakan over unsettled wages.While the unions claimed 11 members have gone on strike, the company put the figure at two.
Volkswagen Employees Union president Tushar Mhase told TOI on Tuesday, "For the last 14 months, we have not received any increment. We have held several rounds of talks with the management but they have not yielded in any fruitful solution. Hence, we have resorted to hunger strike. We have urged our members not to stop production work."
Moser Baer India, a manufacturer of CDs and DVDs, today said that workers strike at its Greater Noida plant has hit factory operations and compelled the management to declare a lockout of the said unit till circumstances become conducive for re-starting work.
"Recently, workers have indulged in illegal and unjustified strike at the plant with unreasonable demands, thereby affecting factory operations," the company said in a BSE filing.
As the death toll rose to 29 on Thursday, initial reports from the site of the accident at NTPC Ltd’s Unchahar plant in Rae Bareli — the first of its kind in the Indian thermal power sector — indicate that safety norms were violated.
The reports point to a practice that is regularly resorted to across coal-fired plants in the country. The practice involves de-choking the bottom hopper — the funnel-shaped bottom end of the boiler — by using rods to push out ash clinkers while the boiler is in operation, in violation of safety norms. On Wednesday 1st Nov, this exercise seems to have gone horribly wrong at Unchahar.
The employees of Moser Baer India , a CD manufacturing Plant in Greater Noida , went on indefinite strike today demanding , pending two months’ salary , resume of suspended facilities like Medical benefit , transport facility and increase in salary with immediate effect.( see the below video in video section)
The workers union today started a gradual strike , in front of company gate demanding –
Rs 15000/- increase in salary
Increase in Medical facilities allowance
Rs-15 Lac in case of death of a employee
Construction of 500 houses for employees
The workers union has given 50 days’ time to the management to fulfil their demands
A fire broke out at a Haldiram’s factory in Sector 68, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 6th Sept late evening. There were 50 workers inside the factory when the fire started, but they were all evacuated safely, reported news agency PTI.
14 fire engines were rushed to the spot including from nearby districts, to douse the flames. Rescue operations are currently underway.Chief Fire Officer Arun Kumar Singh said the fire broke out at 7 pm, and 12 fire tenders were deployed to bring it under control. He added that there were no injuries.
A fire broke out at Marino, a leading plywood manufacturing company in Hapur plant , late night yesterday. There were around 100 workers in the plant when the fire started. The vigilant fire and safety team of company managed to evacuate the premises, no casualty is reported.
Around 10 fire engine including from nearby districts rushed to the spot to douse the fire.
The strike started on Wednesday (September 6) after the workers noticed irregularities in the pay slips issued to them on September 5, for the month of August after which 'BY6' ( non-permanent) employees went on a strike. Sources suggest that about 6,000 workers are staging protest. The Jamshedpur plant has a workforce of roughly 10,000 workers.
The workers at a mobile phone factory in Greater Noida turned violent on Tuesday evening when the company’s management sacked over 60 workers without any prior notice.Over the last couple of months, after Indian Premier League cricket tournament was concluded, Vivo company handed over pink slips to over a thousand workers. The Chinese handset maker has been one of the official sponsors of the 10th edition of IPL this year.The growing resentment among the workers took a violent turn on Tuesday, when one of the guards of the company allegedly slapped a worker after he asked about his job.Soon after the incident, thousands of workers gathered and staged a protest against the errant policies of the company. The workers inside the factory also broke windowpanes of the building and cell phone assembly units in the factory.