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Title: All-India Trade Union Congress : 27th Session Bombay. Sixteenth-Twentysecond May, 1966
Authors: All-India Trade Union Congress
Issue Date: 1966
Publisher: All-India Trade Union Congress
Abstract: Includes Report of the session; Welcome address. Presidential address. Addresses by WFTU’s Renato Bitosse and All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions of the USSR’s K. A. Guseinov. ALL-INDIA TRADE UNION CONGRESS DRAFT REPORT booklet by general secretary Dange, Shripad Amrit (which is also a separate document): International Situation; The face of our economy and imperialist threat; Indian monopoly and the masses; The wages picture; Struggles, trade unions and unity. DRAFT T.U. UNITY PLATFORM booklet. RESOLUTIONS booklet: Solidarity with Vietnam; Emergency and DIR (Defence of India Act and Rules); Trade union rights; India-China and India-Pakistan relations; Solidarity with central and state government employees’ struggles; Ho Chi Minh birthday wishes. Appendices: 11-point charter of AITUC; Charter of demands of Rashtriya Sahgram Samii; Petition to parliament. INDUSTRY REPORTS on: Coal mines; Metalliferous mines. REPORT ON OIL INDUSTRY. INDUSTRY REPORTS on: Jute; Heavy chemicals and fertilisers; Railways; Ports & docks; Hotel workers in Bombay; Woollen textile industry; Cashew industry; Iron & steel.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2184
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