CORPORATE EMPLOYEES

  • 5 arrested in Petroleum Ministry documents leak case sent to 3 days of police custody February 21, 2015

    New Delhi: Five corporate employees accused of procuring Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas documents fraudulently have been sent to three days of police custody. The police informed the court that the documents pertain to national security and may slap the 'Official Secrets Act' on the accused. Intelligence agencies have been...
  • PMO asks intelligence agencies to strictly probe officers in Oil Ministry document leak case February 21, 2015

    New Delhi: After Delhi Police arrested 12 officials over the leak of documents from the Oil Ministry, the Intelligence agencies on Saturday were warned by the Prime Minister's Office to strictly probe officers involved. The list with the names of almost 15 joint secretary level officials is with PMO and...
  • 5 arrested in Petroleum Ministry documents leak case to be presented in court February 21, 2015

    New Delhi: Five corporate employees accused of procuring Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas documents fraudulently will be presented in court on Saturday. Sources said that all 12 suspects arrested by Delhi Police, which busted the corporate espionage ring, have claimed that they passed the documents accessed to their seniors. A...
  • Cut salaries of staff responsible for flight delays: Government tells Air India February 3, 2015

    New Delhi: With employees found responsible for up to 15 per cent of Air India's flight delays, the airline has been directed by the government to penalise them by cutting salaries in a bid to fix accountability. The state-owned airline, meanwhile, said that it is...
  • Kochi: More corporate staff turn to Ayurveda August 7, 2012

    Thiruvananthapuram: The corporate employees of Kochi stand third among other cities in the country switching over to ayurvedic treatments to combat high stress levels. A study conducted by the The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) revealed that 72 per cent of the corporate employees are turning...
  • Delhi HC rules airline strike illegal June 13, 2007

    New Delhi: The Delhi High court on Wednesday night ruled that the strike by the ground staff of Indian (Airlines) was illegal and ordered workers to return to work. Justice J P Singh banned demonstration within 200metre radius of the Delhi airport and asked workers to participate in talks offered by...
  • Union says it won't end airline strike June 13, 2007

    New Delhi: Thousands of Indian (Airlines) employees will continue their strike which affected flights and forced thousands of passengers to either cancel or delay their journeys on Wednesday. A leader of the Air Corporation Employees Union (ACEU), which went on a flash strike on Tuesday, said he wouldnt talk with Civil...
  • Indian airline ground staff on strike June 13, 2007

    New Delhi: Around 12,000 ground staff workers of Indian went on a flash nationwide flash strike on Tuesday to press for arrears and promotions. The ground staff, security personnel and baggage handlers of the staterun carrier went off work after failure of talks between the management and employees union. "All ground staff...