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M N V Nair and Praful Bidwai

Published by Pragati Pub, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8173071071 ISBN 13: 9788173071072


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About this Item: Pragati Pub, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. 23 I. Railway workers win dearness allowances Introduction. 1. Dearness allowance to G.I.P. Workers Court of Inquiry Rs 3 per month recommended. 2. The railway budget list of demands dearness allowance for railway employees. 3. Bombay textile labour enquiry. 4. Millowners's Association on D.A. and Bonus to textile workers. 5. Millowoners Support views of Government workers satisfied with Bombay textile report. II. Service conditions and working conditions 1. Labour protest against increased hours. 2. Adequate wages etc. will attract enough men A.I.T.U.C. demands withdrawal of Government Order. 3. Plenty of male labour available for mines. 4. No dearth of male labour. 5. Welfare cess on coal mines improving lot of workers. III. Resolution regarding recognition of Unions of government employees 1. Resolution Re recognition of unions of government employees. 2. Conditions of detenus under D.I.R. 3. Resolution Re recognition of unions of Government employees contd. 4. Policy of the labour department during the war. 5. Repression. 6. Bombay bosses dream. Vol. 24 IV. Repression and struggle for Trade Union rights legislation and regulation 1. Trade Disputes Act Amendment TUC suggestions. 2. Bombay industrial disputes act 1938 provision of compulsory arbitration. 3. Trade disputes act. 4. Prevention of strikes Central Government order. 5. Proposed amendment to the Trade Disputes Act. 1929. 6. Recognition of trade unions amendment to the Trade Unions Act 1926. 7. Proposed amendment to the workmen's Compensation Act 1923. 8. Sir Vithal Chandavarkar Deputy Chairman's address on labour situation. 9. Scope of conciliation under the Bombay Industrial Disputes Act 1938. 10. Recognition of trade unions Millowners oppose move. 11. Trade Union Congress resolution against amendment of the Trade Dispute Act. Original documents are of prime importance for understanding history particularly of the Trade Union Movement right from its incipient stages when the British created a labour force long before it even thought of industrializing India. Realizing the importance of providing scattered documents for scholars the ICHR published in 24 volumes in the series on Labour Movement in India Documents with A.R. Desai as the General Editor. The documents also indicate their significance in the Freedom Movement in India and bring forth how it became a part of the International Labour Movement. 720 pp. Seller Inventory # 61571

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