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The Senate also set parity in the fees paid by students,beginning this academic session and the record will be made accessible to the parents.

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Read the Article: Build a High-Performance Exterior Door Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Updated: October 3 2016 5:49 am The Maratha protest rally in Ahmednagar on Friday (Source: Express file photo by Shubhangi Khapre) Top News To display their show of strength the Other Backward Castes (OBCs) in the state have joined hands to effectively counter the consolidation of Marathas across Maharashtra On October 3 an OBC rally will take place in Nashik signalling a clear polarisation on the lines of caste in the state The decision reflects the resentment within the OBCs and Dalits following the upper caste Maratha community’s growing assertion through its silent rallies under way across the state Maharashtra Malli Samaj Mahasangh (MSMM) president Anil Mahajan said “The silent OBC rally will not have any leader Every individual participating in the rally across regions and sub-backward castes will unite It will be a collective leadership of OBCs” A senior OBC activist from Vidarbha said “Initially OBCs and Dalits had decided not to hold counter rallies fearing it would escalate the caste conflict with Marathas What made them change the decision was the Kranti Maratha Morcha’s demand for reservation under the OBC category” In Maharashtra quota for OBCs is 27 per cent while that for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes is 105 per cent and 8 per cent respectively The total reservation across SC/ST/OBCs and nomadic tribes and special economically backward accounts for 51 per cent Mahajan said “At Nashik rally we will demand that the Marathas should not be included in the existing OBC category We want our 27 per cent quota to remain intact The OBCs are not against Maratha reservation provided the government gives them separate quota” With the silent rallies by the Maratha community eliciting some promises and assurances Dalits have already started staging demonstrations in the districts of Marathwada to warn that they would not like any tampering with the reservation norms or any amendment to the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act as demanded by the Marathas The OBC mobilisation has already begun across dominant constituencies such as Dhule Nandurbar Jalgaon Akola Buldhana Yavatmal Beed Parbhani Jalna Hingoli Solapur Pune and Mumbai More than 3500 vehicles have been deployed to ferry the people to the Nashik rally venue by the organisers Individuals and groups have also organised food and arranged other logistics complete with 20 medical vans and a team of 50 doctors Though the exact amount to be spent on the rally would be calculated later an MMSM member said “We have already collected Rs 40 lakh But every OBC individual is contributing in different ways by arranging transport food lodging etc” A sizeable number of Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM) supporters have extended their solidarity to the rally Sources in the BBM said since it was not under any political banner BBM leader Prakash Ambedkar might not object to the individuals’ decision to participate in the OBC rally However Prakash grandson of late B R Ambedkar has been appealing to OBCs and Dalits not to get provoked by Maratha rallies Mahajan said “We are not going to raise any anti-Maratha slogan at the rally Our demand will be to not include Marathas under OBC category Our OBC rally is not against the state government We will also urge the government to provide bail to our leader Chhagan Bhujbal an OBC leader undergoing treatment in a Mumbai hospital” Senior NCP leader Bhujbal was arrested following charges of corruption Sensing the OBC mobilisation political leaders from mainstream parties are trying to extend their support Not surprisingly NCP leader Ajit Pawar appealed to party workers to attend the Nashik rally Bhujbal’s MLA son Pankaj has also appealed to people to participate in the rally to show support to his father Mahajan however warned “The NCP leaders should not interfere with out OBC rally” According to Latur-based Dalit activist Keshav Kamble “Although Marathas claim it to be silent rallies the motive is to show their strength As a result it automatically leads Dalits/OBCs to unite Gradually it is veering towards 33 per cent Marathas versus 67 per cent non-Marathas in rural Maharashtra” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJanuary 9 2012 Indiana’s Right-to-Work Battle Heats Up The Indiana General Assembly is “Ground Zero” in the epic battle over the so-called “Right-to-Work” legislation So much has been written about “Right-to-Work” that it makes some sense to understand what the Indiana proposed legislation actually says Some Background about “Right-to-Work” Most private non-governmental employers are covered by the provisions of the National Labor Relations Act sometimes referred to as the Taft Hartley Act Until 1947 the law allowed a union and an employer to agree that employees must join the union within 30 days or be fired That law still allows a “Union Security Clause” to be included in collective bargaining agreements but in 1947 a provision was added to the law that permitted states to prohibit agreements that would require union membership as a condition of employment In other words a state could pass a law that gave employees the “right to work” without having to become a union member Since then 22 states have passed Right-to-Work laws Oklahoma was the last state to pass a Right-to-Work law in 2001 Indiana actually was a Right–to-Work state from 1957 until 1964 when it was repealed None of the states adjoining Indiana are Right-to-Work states What the Proposed Indiana Right-to-Work Law Provides The proposed law makes it a Class A misdemeanor to require an individual to: (1) become or remain a member of a labor organization; (2) pay dues fees or other charges to a labor organization; or (3) pay to a charity or another third party an amount that represents dues fees or other charges required of members of a labor organization as a condition of employment or continuation of employment It establishes a separate private right of action for violations or threatened violations It does not apply to federal employees employees subject to the Railway Labor Act certain employees over whom the federal government has jurisdiction state employees and employees of a political subdivision Generally county and municipal employees would be employees of a political subdivision of the state of Indiana Significantly the law applies only to agreements entered into modified renewed or extended after March 14 2012 It does not apply to or abrogate agreements in effect on March 14 2012 Nothing in the proposed law prohibits employees from choosing to voluntarily become union members and pay dues We will continue to follow the debate in the General Assembly and keep you advised as this drama unfolds The full text of Indiana’s HB No 1001 with significant provisions highlighted is below HOUSE BILL No 1001 ——————————————————————————– A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning labor and safety Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana: SECTION 1 IC 22-6-6 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW CHAPTER TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Chapter 6 Right to Work Sec 1 This chapter does not apply to the following: (1) An employee of the United States or a wholly owned corporation of the United States (2) An: (A) employee; and (B) employer; subject to the federal Railway Labor Act (45 USC 151 et seq) (3) An employee employed on property over which the United States government has exclusive jurisdiction for the purpose of labor relations (4) An employee of the state (5) An employee of a political subdivision (as defined in IC 36-1-2-13) Sec 2 This chapter does not apply to the extent that it: (1) conflicts with; or (2) is preempted by; federal law Sec 3 As used in this chapter “employer” means: (1) a person employing at least one (1) individual in Indiana; or (2) an agent of an employer described in subdivision (1) Sec 4 As used in this chapter “labor organization” means: (1) an organization; (2) an agency; (3) a union; or (4) an employee representation committee; that exists in whole or in part to assist employees in negotiating with employers concerning grievances labor disputes wages rates of pay or other terms or conditions of employment Sec 5 As used in this chapter “person” means: (1) an individual; (2) a proprietorship; (3) a partnership; (4) a firm; (5) an association; (6) a corporation; (7) a labor organization; or (8) another legal entity Sec 6 As used in this chapter “the state” includes: (1) a board; (2) a branch; (3) a commission; (4) a department; (5) a division; (6) a bureau; (7) a committee; (8) an agency; (9) an institution (including a state educational institution as defined in IC 21-7-13-32); (10) an authority; or (11) another instrumentality; of the state Sec 7 A person may not require an individual to: (1) become or remain a member of a labor organization (2) pay dues fees assessments or other charges of any kind or amount to a labor organization; or (3) pay to a charity or third party an amount that is equivalent to or a pro rata part of dues fees assessments or other charges required of members of a labor organization; as a condition of employment or continuation of employment Sec 8 A contract agreement understanding or practice written or oral express or implied between: (1) a labor organization; and (2) an employer; that violates section 7 of this chapter is unlawful and void Sec 9 A person that knowingly or intentionally directly or indirectly violates section 7 of this chapter commits a Class A misdemeanor Sec 10 An individual who is employed by an employer may file a complaint that alleges a violation or threatened violation of this chapter with the attorney general or the prosecuting attorney of the county in which the individual is employed Upon receiving a complaint under this section the attorney general or prosecuting attorney shall: (1) investigate the complaint; and (2) enforce compliance if a violation of this chapter is found Sec 11 (a) If an individual suffers an injury: (1) as the result of any act or practice that violates this chapter; or (2) from a threatened violation of this chapter; the individual may bring a civil action (b) A court may order an award of any or all of the following to an individual who prevails in an action under subsection (a): (1) Actual and consequential damages resulting from the violation or threatened violation (2) A civil penalty against the violator of not more than one thousand dollars ($1000) (3) Reasonable attorney’s fees litigation expenses and costs (4) Declaratory or equitable relief including injunctive relief (5) Other relief the court considers proper (c) The remedies and penalties set forth in subsection (b) are: (1) cumulative; and (2) in addition to other remedies and penalties imposed for a violation of this chapter Sec 12 Sections 7 through 11 of this chapter: (1) apply to a written or oral contract or agreement entered into modified renewed or extended after March 14 2012; and (2) do not apply to or abrogate a written or oral contract or agreement in effect on March 14 2012 SECTION 2 An emergency is declared for this act Should you have questions please contact your regular Hall Render attorney or a member of our Employment and Labor Section: Steve Lyman [email protected] Sam DeShazer [email protected] John Ryan [email protected] Michael Kim [email protected] Robin Sheridan [email protected] Bruce Bagdady [email protected] Craig Williams [email protected] Travis Meek [email protected] Larry Jensen [email protected] Jennifer Gonzalez [email protected] Carrie Turner [email protected] Jon Bumgarner [email protected] Kevin Stella [email protected] Dana Stutzman [email protected] Jon Rabin [email protected] Jennifer Richter [email protected] Natalie Dressel [email protected] Mary Kate 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