Strike cripples banking services
Senior members of the bank forum regretted the inconvenience faced by customers, but said the strike had been a huge success. “The message has been delivered loud and clear. Customers have been inconvenienced but they must understand that it is for their long-term benefit,” said Pradeep Kumar Sarkar, convenor, United Forum of Bank Unions.
About 9 lakh employees of nationalised and private banks joined the strike against reforms in the sector and outsourcing of non-core services to the private sector. The Banking Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2011 is likely to be taken up in the current session of Parliament.
‘Don’t be complacent after getting job’
KOLKATA: The South Eastern Railways felicitated its employee Joydeep Karmakar, an Olympian shooter, in Kolkata on Wednesday. Karmakar was presented with mementos and a cheque of Rs 2 lakh for
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