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For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Paris | Published: September 13 2017 12:25 am Demonstrators hold placards with portraits of French President Emmanuel Macron and the slogan “To clear out” during a national strike and protest against the government’s labour reforms in Paris (Source: Reuters) Related News Tens of thousands of hard-left trade unionists marched through French cities on Tuesday to protest against President Emmanuel Macron’s labour law reforms although turnout appeared lower than at demonstrations in previous years Hitting back at Macron’s pledge to give no ground to “slackers” some in Paris carried placards reading: “Slacker on Strike” while in Bordeaux demonstrators chanted: “Macron you’re screwed the slackers are in the streets” The interior ministry said 223000 protesters turned out across the country compared with about 400000 during March 2016’s demonstration Riot police clashed with hooded youths in isolated skirmishes on the fringe of the march led by the Communist Party-linked CGT union in Paris The union said some 400000 had marched across France down from its estimate for 2016 of 12 million Labour unions have scuppered previous attempts to weaken France’s labour code but this time there was comfort for Macron as two other unions including the largest the CFDT declined to join the protests “We’ve been passing laws which take apart the labour code for 20 years The answer (to unemployment) doesn’t lie in rolling it back further” said Maxime Durand a train driver on strike After weeks of negotiation the government last month set out measures including a cap on payouts for dismissals judged unfair and greater freedom for companies to hire and fire The reform makes no direct reference to the 35-hour week a totem of the labour code though it hands firms more flexibility to set pay and working conditions The government plans to adopt the new measures being implemented by decree on Sept 22 During a trip to Athens on Friday Macron told the local French community: “I am fully determined and I won’t cede any ground not to slackers nor cynics nor hardliners” He said the “slackers” comment was aimed at those who had failed to push through reforms in the past although political opponents and some unions took it as an attack on the unemployed or on workers making the most of job protection “We will make Macron back down” far-left firebrand Jean-Luc Melenchon who has become Macron’s most vocal opponent in parliament said on the sidelines of a protest in Marseille CHERISHED RIGHTS French workers have long cherished the rights enshrined in the labour code but companies complain it has deterred investment and job creation and stymied economic growth Unemployment has been above 9 percent for nearly a decade Macron’s reforms are being followed in Germany as a test of his resolve to reshape the euro zone’s second-biggest economy a must if he is to win Berlin’s backing for broader reforms to the currency union The CGT is France’s second-biggest union though its influence has been waning Its leader Philippe Martinez said Tuesday’s nationwide protests were the “first phase” and more would follow He called Macron’s reference to “slackers” an insult to workers “The president should listen to the people understand them rather than cause divisions” Martinez told France 2 television CGT workers from the rail oil and power sectors heeded the strike call but by the afternoon there was no apparent impact on power and refining production spokespeople for utility EDF and oil major Total said Just over 11 percent of the workforce at EDF which operates France’s fleet of 48 nuclear reactors took part in the strike a spokeswoman for the state-owned utility said UNIONS DIVIDED Macron landed in the French Caribbean on Tuesday to survey the devastation wrought by Hurricane Irma on the territory of Saint Martin Governments on the political left and right have been trying for decades to overhaul the 3000-page labour code but ended up watering down their plans in the face of street demonstrations Macron was economy minister in the Socialist government of president Francois Hollande whose attempt at labour reform led to weeks of rotests that at their peak brought 400000 onto the streets and stoked a rebellion within his own party Hollande was forced to dilute his proposals but so far there are no signs of Macron feeling compelled to back down An opinion poll published on Sept 1 indicated that voters have mixed views on the reform Nearly six in 10 said they opposed Macron’s labour decrees overall But when respondents looked at individual measures most received majority support With economic growth accelerating unemployment on a downward trend and the leading unions divided in their response to the reforms it is not clear whether the protests will gain significant momentum For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Panaji | Published: November 5 2016 8:26 am Afghan Ambassador to India Shaida Mohammad Abdali (ANI Photo) Top News Terrorism is an enemy of democracy and development and it cannot exist without supporters Afghan Ambassador to India Shaida Mohammad Abdali said Speaking late Friday at the ‘India Ideas Conclave’ in south Goa’s Canacona village Abdali said that terrorism was being used as a tool against the people of India and Afghanistan “to achieve political and other objectives” Watch What Else Is Making News “Terrorism certainly is affecting all of us and is an enemy of democracy and development It is a challenge to our region” Abdali said “Terrorism is a major threat especially to India and Afghanistan This is going to be affecting everyone in the region and it is high time we look at this phenomenon which is detrimental to long-term peace and stability We all should join hands to fight this menace” the Ambassador said Calling India and Afghanistan as countries with a deep connect Abdali said that both countries should be committed to deal with the problem “Terrorism is our enemy and it cannot exist without supporters There are supporters of terrorism and it’s used against our people as a tool to achieve political and other objectives” the Ambassador added For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Beijing | Updated: July 18 2017 4:22 pm India has expressed concern over the road construction along the Doklam plateau fearing it may allow Chinese troops to cut India’s access to its northeastern states Related News China needs to prepare for the standoff with India near the Sikkim sector becoming a long-term situation an article in a state-run Chinese daily said today warning that more such conflicts can trigger “an all out confrontation” along the entire Line of Actual Control The Op-ed article in the Global Times claimed that the Indian action to stop Chinese troops from building a road near the Doklam plateau was a “blatant infringement on China’s sovereignty” The road is near the trijunction with Bhutan India has expressed concern over the road construction fearing it may allow Chinese troops to cut India’s access to its northeastern states It has conveyed to China that the road construction would represent a significant change of status quo with serious security implications for India The Chinese action has led to a month-long military standoff The article said that if India “stirs up conflicts in several spots it must face the consequence of an all-out confrontation with China along the entire LAC (Line of Actual Control)” Of the 3488-km-long border India shares with China from Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh a 220-km section falls in Sikkim The article in the tabloid daily which is a part of the ruling Communist Party of China media group said: “As the confrontation goes on China needs to get ready for the face-off becoming a long-term situation and at the same time needs to maintain a sense of rationality” “China doesn’t advocate and tries hard to avoid a military clash with India but China doesn’t fear going to war to safeguard sovereignty either and will make itself ready for a long-term confrontation” it said It said that there are voices within China that call for the Indian troops to be “expelled immediately” while Indian public opinion “is clamouring for war with China” “However the two sides need to exercise restraint and avoid the current conflict spiralling out of control” it said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthe state general secretary and incharge of western UP. was given a warm salute when he appeared on the pitch before the match as the South Stand at Old Trafford was renamed the Sir Bobby Charlton Stand in his honour. (Source: PTI) Related News Youngster Sumit Nagal entered the history books as only sixth Indian to win a Grand Slam junior title after winning the boys doubles trophy at the Wimbledon championships with partner Nam Hoang Ly, South Africa are on the precipice? The rally has been called by Ajit Singh to put pressure on the NDA government for converting the bungalow into a memorial in the honour of the socialist leader.7 crore. with the vaunted charisma of the dynasty that has ruled India for most of her years as a modern nation. Indian courts are no exception.

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