National Coal Wage Agreement Viii

Mahanadi Coalfields` decision to cut wages followed a three-day strike by workers from July 2 to protest the privatization of the coal industry. Nearly 80 percent of the 22,000 employees participated in the strike, after which they were served with the notification of wage withdrawal, with management deeming the strike illegal. „24. Marriage is often described as one of the fundamental civil rights of men and women, which is voluntarily received by the parties in public and which, in the end, recognizes the parties as husband and wife. Three elements of common law marriage (1) are the commitment to be married, (2) cohabitation as husband and wife, (3) to compel the public to be married. The sharing of a common budget and the obligation to live together are part of the Omnis Vitae consortium, which obliges the spouses to live together, to grant each other appropriate conjugal privileges and rights and to be honest and faithful to each other. One of the main immutable consequences of marriage is mutual assistance and responsibility for the overall management of the common budget. Marriage is an institution of great legal importance and various obligations and obligations arise from the conjugal relationship, in accordance with the law, with regard to inheritance of property, inheritance, etc. Marriage therefore involves legal requirements in terms of formality, publicity, exclusivity and all the legal consequences arising from this relationship. (9) On the other side, Shri K.K.

Shrivastava, a learned lawyer for the interviewees, claims that NCWA-IX was signed on 31.01.2012 and that it is in service and that it is the same for all employees of the eight subsidiaries of Coal India Limited, given that the signatories of the agreement are the representatives of the unions linked to the Central Trade Organization, and that all employees of the coal industry are the members of these five unions in the coal industry. The establishment of the Bipartite Joint Committee for the Coal Industry for the negotiation of the National Coal Wage Agreement IX was in line with the notification issued by the Government of India, which is why the above-mentioned National Coal Wage Agreement is binding on the parties to the Agreement within the meaning of Section 18(1) of the ID Act and clause 9.3.3. NCWA-VI and, therefore, the petitioner is not entitled to paid employment, and his case of salaried employment was rightly dismissed by the respondent SECL and, as such, the application merits rejection at cost. . With regard to NCWA-VI and NCWA-VII, this petition has therefore been filed.5. In the respondents` response, it is conceded that the benefits of NCWA-VII (. The applicant was not entitled to do so because he retired in 2002, while the w.e.f.2007 agreement is applicable with regard to NCWA-VI, the negotiation between them. under NCWA-VI and NCWA-VII, in accordance with the rules and procedures. 3. The petitioner submitted COCP No. 1057 of 2008 because the petitioner is not in compliance with NCWA-VI and. has been paid.

. Widow and daughter, the latter being the petitioner. At the time of the petitioner`s father`s death, the National Coal Wage Agreement-VI (NCWA-VI) was in operation. . . .