Haryana

Maruti Manesar riot renew calls for change in laws

Maruti Manesar riot renew calls for change in lawsThe recent violent rioting at Maruti Suzuki's manufacturing plant in Manesar in Haryana has renewed calls from the industry players for the government to overhaul laws that restrict them.

A riot by workers that left Awanish Kumar Dev, General Manager HR dead in a fire accident and resulted in 90 employees being jailed, is likely to affect the company's operations and disrupt supplies of models.

The company is now facing a lengthy shutdown that could cost $15 million a day and result in disruption of supplies for its models including Swift.

Tripartite meeting can help resume work at Maruti’s Manesar plant, lawyers

Tripartite meeting can help resume work at Maruti’s Manesar plant, lawyersA team of Haryana lawyers associated with the incidence at Maruti's Manesar auto plant, has said that a tripartite meeting of Maruti officials, workers' representatives and Government can help sort out the issues and resume work at the plant.

Maruti Suzuki begins damage assessment at Manesar

Maruti Suzuki begins damage assessment at ManesarIndia’s leading automaker, Maruti Suzuki has stated damage assessment activities at its plant in Manesar in Haryana after a week of the violent riots by the workers at the site.

A riot by workers that left Awanish Kumar Dev, General Manager HR dead in a fire accident and resulted in 90 employees being jailed, is likely to affect the company’s operations and disrupt supplies of models.

Maruti Suziki is not planning to move out of Haryana, says Hooda

Maruti Suziki is not planning to move out of Haryana, says HoodaThe chief minister of Haryana, Bhupinder Singh Hooda has said that the Maruti Suziki is not planning to move its facilities out of the state and pointed out that there is mutual trust in the long relationship between the company and the state.

Hooda also pledged any kind of support to the company from the authorities. He has clarified that the company, which is the leading automaker in the country, has not put forward any demand to the government.

Lockout at Maruti Suzuki’s Manesar Plant

Lockout at Maruti Suzuki’s Manesar PlantAuto major Maruti Suzuki India has announced indefinite lockout for its Manesar plant after the Wednesday's violence. The company has asked for quick resolution of the police probe. The police has not been able to catch the union leaders, many of whom are on the run. In the violence, a senior HR official was killed.

The company has declined the speculation that it will completely close operations at Manesar once the facility in Gujarat is ready.

Riot affects Maruti operations

Riot affects Maruti operationsA riot by workers that left Awanish Kumar Dev, General Manager HR dead in a fire accident and resulted in 90 employees being jailed, is likely to affect the company’s operations and disrupt supplies of models.

The company is now facing a lengthy shutdown that could cost $15 million a day and result in disruption of supplies for its models including Swift. The police have said that they are looking to detail the whole of 3,000 strong workforce of the company’s Manesar factory in Haryana in the incident.

Firms should directly hire casual labour, says Haryana Labour Minister

Maruti-SuzukiShiv Charan Lal Sharma, the Labour and Employment Minister of the Indian state of Haryana has said that private firms should hire casual labour directly fro the labour market instead of relying on contractors.

The minister said that the payments to them should be made through cheques. "Company should not hire casual workers through contractors rather they should hire them directly by negotiating with them. They can also ask the state employment department to provide workers on contract basis," Sharma said.

GBTA Foundation, Egencia unveil first corporate travel policy study for India

GBTA Foundation, Egencia unveil first corporate travel policy study for IndiaGurgaon, Sep. 28 : The GBTA Foundation, a research arm of the Global Business Travel Association, and Egencia, the corporate travel arm of Expedia, Inc., have released results of its first ever corporate travel policy study for the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, exploring trends and effectiveness in policies.

Advani condoles veteran Congressman Vansant Sathe’s demise

Advani condoles veteran Congressman Vansant Sathe’s demiseGurgaon, Sep 24 : Condoling the death of veteran parliamentarian Vasant Sathe,

senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L. K Advani on Saturday described him as a gentleman politician, who used to do what he felt right.

Talking to reporters here, Advani said: "I have not seen such a political leader. I had a close relation with him, despite he being in another party. He was never influenced by his party."

BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said Sathe had his own style of dealing with politics

Hazare''s condition stable

 Hazare''s condition stableGurgaon, Aug 30: Anna Hazare''s health is improving and his blood pressure and heart rate are becoming stable, said Dr. Yatin Mehta of Medanta Medicity in Gurgaon, where the social activist has been admitted after he broke his fast on Sunday.

Talking to reporters here, Dr. Mehta said: "His (Anna) condition is stable. He has started walking. All parameters are good now. He is on soft diet."

"His blood pressure is124/88. Ketone levels have gone down. It will take 4-5 days for him to be out of the hospital," he added.

Maruti Suzuki strike called off as agreement reached

Maruti SuzukiManesar (Haryana), June 17:  The workers at auto major Maruti Suzuki's plant in this Haryana town called off their 13-day long strike, after an agreement was reached between them and the company management on the issue of a second union.

"The strike have been called off. The management and the 2,000-odd workers of Maruti have reached an understanding," Anil Kumar, general secretary of All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) told IANS.

Haryana came into action with meanness to support DLF

Haryana came into action with meanness to support DLFMonitoring with the intention that the state of Haryana had taken action with unfairness and hatred to confirm support to DLF Universal Ltd, the High Court, on Friday, ordered the state government to get back from DLF land estimating 19 acres, 4 kanals and 5 marlas in Nathupur village of Gurgaon district and that was obtained by the state and moved to the planner for locating up a cyber town.

The court additionally ordered the state administration to give back the land to the gram panchayat of Nathupur which is rite now fraction of the Gurgaon Municipal Corporation.

E-challaning system in Haryana

E-challaning system in HaryanaThe Haryana government has determined to initiate an e-challaning system for enhanced management of traffic regulations in the state.

According to Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Home Department, Krishna Mohan here today, the E-challaning system might entail of a computer-based centralized catalog of vehicles, driving licenses and traffic infringement and hand-held stuffs with the field personnel to offer them real time connectivity with the pivotal server.

Haryana All Set To Set Up New-Born Corners, Care Centres

Haryana All Set To Set Up New-Born Corners, Care CentresHaryana will establish New Born Corners (NBC) and Sick New Born Care Units (SNCUs) in all the administrative hospitals of the state in order to confirm the infant death rate.

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda made this announcement today while addressing a meeting.

Mr. Hooda stated that NBC units would be established at 144 sub-centres, 11 rural community health (RCH) centres and 156 primary health centres under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).

Flood Toll In Punjab, Haryana Rises To 51

Flood Toll In Punjab, Haryana Rises To 51Six days after Rekha Gohil (27) gave birth to a baby on the pavement after being turned away by a civic maternity home at Mahim, the municipal corporation suspended a physician and a senior nurse until pending inquiry gets completed.

Rekha's husband, Kishorilal, who works a conservancy worker with the ward office in Dadar, said, "We are thankful to the civic authorities that they took our complaint seriously."

Haryana, Punjab in blame game over floods

Punjab, HaryanaChandigarh, July 11 : The floods in parts of Punjab and Haryana has led to a spate of angry exchanges between the two states, each accusing the other of causing the flooding on their side.

Ruling political leaders of Haryana and Punjab are accusing each other for releasing water into the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal, which has led to breaches in parts of the canal causing widespread floods in both states.

The Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal was built to link the waters of the two rivers, but has left the neighbouring states completely divided.

Vodafone Rolls Out Lowest Priced Bonus @ Rs 4

Vodafone Rolls Out Lowest Priced Bonus @ Rs 4Vodafone Essar, one of the country's top cellular service providers, has made announcement about the launching of India's most economical Bonus offer for its prepaid customers.

Available at Rs 4, it is the lowest cost denomination offer presently available in the market.

Eyeing to enable many more individuals at the grass root level to stay linked, the Rs 4 Bonus reiterates Vodafone's commitment towards speeding up tele-density in India and enhancing affordability.

Crops In Punjab, Haryana Hit Hard By Floods

Crops In Punjab, Haryana Hit Hard By FloodsRecently sown paddy crop has been destructed in around 4 days of flood fury in some regions of Haryana and Punjab, the states, which are the largest food grain contributors to the national kitty.

Thus far, 11 fatalities have been reported including six in Punjab and five in Haryana, with 4-5 people missing after being washed away in both states.

Heavy rain accompanied by breaches in rivers and irrigation canals in some regions of both states resulted in flooding since Tuesday.

Magma Fincorp To Disburse Rs 532 Crore In Retail Loans In Punjab, Haryana

Magma Fincorp To Disburse Rs 532 Crore In Retail Loans In Punjab, HaryanaAsset financing company Magma Fincorp Ltd has announced that it would offer up Rs 532 crore in retail loans in Punjab and Haryana during the existing fiscal year (2010-11).

In a declaration, Sanjeev Chandhok, regional sales manager stated, "By penetrating deeper, we will focus on providing asset finance to the economically disenfranchised in the state."

Construction equipment and tractor finance have been the major growth drivers this year for the company.

Global Nuclear Energy Centre to open in Haryana

The recent proclamation of nation's first Global Centre for Nuclear Energy has come in Bahadurgarh town on the border of Haryana and Delhi.

The Centre inaugurated by the PM himself will be set up on high importance terms on a dimension of 125 acres while 80 acres will be kept for residential plots.

It is deemed to take up Considered a minimum of three years for completion as stated by project director Dr J P Shrivastva, who led a six-member-team that visited Jassaurkheri and Kheri Jassuar villages today.




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