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Old January 30th, 2006, 02:48 AM
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AAI staff threaten total flight disruption
By: PTI
January 30, 2006 New Delhi: Airport employees today threatened to disrupt air services nationwide if the government proceeded with the privatisation process for modernisation of Delhi and Mumbai airports, even as there were strong indications that financial bids of private consortia would be opened tomorrow.
The warning by the AAI Employees Joint Forum came after their 90-minute meeting with Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel here, following which forum convenor M K Ghoshal said, "We have so far not taken any steps to inconvenience the air traveller. But if the government went ahead with privatisation we could even consider closure of all airports. It could be a massive industrial action, the responsibility of which will squarely lie on the government."
Meanwhile, sources said that the financial bids of shortlisted private consortia will be opened tomorrow and the empowered Group of Ministers informed about it.
"If financial bids are forcibly opened, then it will lead to a confrontation between the government and the employees," the forum leaders said.
At the talks, both Patel and the forum leaders stuck to their stands, with Ghoshal saying, "We agreed to disagree."
The forum leader said the government has "not given us any satisfactory reply" on what happened to the alternative plan for modernising the two airports, submitted by the forum last year to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

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Re: Privatisation is anti dalit, till we have reservations

Chive sahib is again starting the dalit and reservation debate.......havent we had enough?.....lets not forget that dalits or for that matter all SC/ST certificate holders have enjoyed a lot till now.....my SC/ST classmates used to pay Rs. 2000/yr. for engg. fees even though they came to college in Honda city and wat not.....and we general ppl. used to pay Rs. 36,000/yr.

I think its high time the indian airports (especially the international ones) are given an uplift......most seem like govt. hospitals....

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Re: Privatisation is anti dalit, till we have reservations

I want resrvation in Film Industry too. I want reservation in the Gandhi family too, where a dalit should be a part of the family reign.

I want reservations such that it is the Govt who gets to decide who goes to which doctor. That way they ensure that dalit doctors also get equal number of patients even if the patients life is at stake.

I WANT RESERVATIONS FOR DALITS . I WANT INDIA TO BE KNOWN AS THE RESERVED COUNTRY. I WANT ALL UPPERCASTE HINDUS TO BE THROWN OUT OF THE COUNTRY. I WANT INDIA TO BE MADE UP OF ALL BC/SC/ST/NT/BT/TT

AND ONLY THE LOYAL MUSLIMS, AND CHRISTIANS, and THE SO CALLED BUDDHISTS.

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No longer a flight of fancy: bigger and better airports in New Delhi, Mumbai

NEW DELHI, JANUARY 31: In the face of political resistance from within and outside, the Government today opened the financial bids for Delhi and Mumbai airports and decided to file caveats tomorrow in the Supreme Court and the High Courts in Delhi and Mumbai so that the process is not hijacked through legal action.

Sixteen months after the NDA government decided to modernise these two airports through the joint-venture route with 74 per cent private equity, the UPA government selected GMR-Fraport and GVK-ACSA (South Africa) for Delhi and Mumbai respectively. The decision goes to the Cabinet for approval tomorrow.

It’s learnt that Reliance-ASA Mexico, out of the race after GMR-Fraport (Frankfurt) exercised its first right of refusal today, has written to the Civil Aviation Ministry claiming that the process followed is not ‘‘tenable.’’ Stopping short of threatening legal action, sources said, it raised questions of law and constitution.

A caveat is usually filed in anticipation of legal action, where the court is urged to listen to other side before passing an order. In this case, the Government, through the Airports Authority of India, will seek to be heard by the court in case a petition is filed challenging the Delhi and Mumbai modernisation process.

More importantly, the government was able to keep to its January 31 deadline for selecting the private consortia through a process that got tangled in controversy in the past month.


What has to be in
place before 2008



DELHI
(Approx cost: Rs 2800 crore)
• New parallel runway and associated parallel taxiways
• High speed exit taxiways and cross link taxiways
• Satellite rescue and fire station
• New landside road to international and domestic complex
• New elevated terminal (international) front road for departure and on ground level for arrival. Existing elevated road to be demolished

MUMBAI
(Rs 2400 crore)
• New domestic terminal
• International terminal expansion
• New high speed exit taxiways
• International cargo terminal
• International car park expansion l New access road to international terminal

The sole criteria for the financial bid was the revenue share specified for AAI. Reliance came up with the best bid for Delhi (45.99 per cent share) while GMR stood second with 43.64 per cent.

But since GMR was the only bidder to have scored above 80 per cent in both rounds of technical evaluation (Airplan and the Sreedharan panel), the Empowered Group of Ministers decided to give it a chance to match the best bid.

GMR, which was also in second spot behind GVK at Mumbai, decided to go for Delhi and matched the Reliance bid.

This cleared the path for GVK which bagged Mumbai quoting a revenue share of 38.7 per cent. Both selected bidders have proposed to absorb 60 per cent AAI employees, which is 20 per cent more than what the government had kept as minimum absorption.

Plus, Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel said his ministry will continue to ‘‘encourage’’ the two consortia to absorb more employees in the future.

From now on, it will take up to anything between three to six months before the airports are transferred to the two joint venture companies. The operation, maintenance and development agreement (OMDA) is the key document that has to be finalised.

The agreements which have to be signed:

• Shareholders Agreement

• Land Lease Agreement (30 years, extendable on performance by another 30 years)

• State Support Agreement

• Substitution Agreement

OMDA becomes effective only after these are signed. Before this, AAI has to register two companies under the existing names to begin talks. Both consortia will have to pledge Rs 150 crore upfront.

http://www.indianexpress.com/full_st...ntent_id=87040
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Air services in Kolkata disrupted
[ Wednesday, February 01, 2006 04:02:24
NEW DELHI: No flights could take off or land here Wednesday as Airports Authority of India (AAI) employees struck work to protest the award of contracts for modernising the Mumbai and Delhi airports to private parties.

Although the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International airport did not witness violence like Mumbai, AAI employees took out peaceful processions, squatted on the premises and shouted slogans.

No flight could take off or land after noon as airport authorities issued "notice to airmen". Passengers who arrived also had to carry their own luggage because no trolley was available.

The conveyer belt did not work either. Some Central Industrial Security Force personnel in charge of the security helped the passengers, who faced great harassment on arrival.

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Near-total strike cripples banking, air services

September 29, 2005 09:01 IST
Last Updated: September 29, 2005 13:36 IST

The nationwide strike called by over 50 million workers from banks, insurance sector, PSUs, post, etc, and nearly 20,000 airports employees that began on Thursday has disrupted banking and air services and affecting normal life across the country.
The 12-hour strike called by Airports Authority Employees Joint Forum started at 0700 hours and will end at 1900 hours. Late Wednesday night, the forum had scaled down the 24-hour strike to 12 hours.
Several international and domestic flights took off from Delhi before the strike began. However, during the first 40 minutes of the strike, only two flights took off, including one of Air-India.
The contingency plan prepared to meet the situation arising out of the strike was already in place including deployment of Air Force and naval personnel in different airports across the country, including Delhi and Mumbai.
Demonstrations by the airport employees have been continuing throughout the night at the Indira Gandhi International airport in New Delhi.
The All India general secretary of the Airports Authority Employees Union M K Doshal said the response to the agitation was "overwhelming".
In Delhi at least 50 planes either take off or land in an hour's time, but once the strike was enforced it came down to two or three he claimed.
He alleged that as part of the contingency plan even "untrained" people were deployed for carrying out flight operations.
"I advise passengers not to board flights during the period of the strike. I fear for their life," Doshal said.
Hundreds of police personnel have been deployed in and around the Delhi airport premises.
West Bengal paralysed
The countrywide general strike, which began on Thursday morning, has paralysed normal life in West Bengal.
Roads in the city wore a deserted look with vehicular traffic going off.
Trains services on the Eastern and South Eastern Railway were crippled due to squatting by bandh supporters at different places.
There was no movement of air traffic from the NSC Bose airport here. Director of Airport Authority of India P K Monga said that no flight had operated from the airport since morning.
IGP (law and order) Raj Kanojia said there was no movement of traffic on the road and shops were closed. He said there was no report of any untoward incident till 8 am.
The bandh was called by Leftist trade unions and other organisations to protest the 'anti-people' policies of the UPA government.
Strike hits normal life in Kerala
The strike called by Left unions hit normal life in Kerala today. Bus services, including the state-run KSRTC, taxis and other modes of public transport are off the road, hitting the mobility of people seriously.
Initial reports said train services were not affected by the strike called to protest the economic reform policies of the government.
Business activity came to a virtual halt with shops remaining closed throughout the state and commercial vehicles keeping off the roads.
Essential services like water and power supplies were, however, not affected by the strike.
The Congress-led UDF government in the state has declared 'dies non' (no work, no pay) for its employees and teachers participating in the strike.
Chandigarh hit too
Transport services were disrupted in the city today as employees of state-owned Chandigarh Transport Undertaking joined the nation wide strike called by various trade unions.
The local bus service in the Union Territory, as well as services to neighbouring towns in Punjab and Haryana operated by the CTU, was suspended.
A CTU spokesman told PTI that its inter-state bus services to various states, including Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir were suspended.
Power and water supply was normal whereas sanitation services were affected as sweepers of the municipal corporation failed to report for duty.
The employees are scheduled to hold a protest rally later in the day.
Confusion at Hyderabad airport
Total confusion and uncertainty prevailed over flight services at Hyderabad airport on Thursday morning as airport employees started a strike, in protest against the move to privatise Delhi and Mumbai airports.
Striking employees of Airports Authority were seen raising slogans against the 'anti-worker' policies of the government.
Over 200 employees out of a total strength of 435 at the airport are taking part in 12-hour long strike, sources said.
Private operators -- Jet Airways, Air Deccan and Air Sahara -- had on Wednesday itself announced cancellation of their flights.
However, according to Airport Authorities, efforts were on to enlist the services of Indian Air Force and CISF personnel to prevent total disruption of flight services.
Tamil Nadu normal
Normal life remained unaffected in Tamil Nadu in the morning as the nation-wide strike called by trade unions began on Thursday.
Flights leaving the city, both domestic and international, operated without any problem, airport sources said.
Three international flights bound for various destinations and all the six morning flights, including Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and Sahara Airlines flights to Delhi, in the domestic sector left as scheduled, they said.
The sources said Lufthansa Airlines flight to Frankfurt, Sahara Airlines to Colombo, and British Airways flight to London left for their destinations at 1.40 a.m., 3.40 a.m. and 3.15 a.m., respectively.
Security at the airport was been beefed up and the fire services at the airport was now being manned by Indian Air Force personnel. The state government has also provided some fire tenders and ambulances, the sources said.
Train and bus services were not affected till 9 a.m., though a section of the employees owing allegiance to central trade unions were participating in the strike.
Police have been deployed in large numbers in various parts of the city and elsewhere in the state, particularly at railway stations and bus depots.
No untoward incident has so far been reported from any part of the state, police said.
Tripura badly affected
The strike which began on Thursday morning paralysed normal life in Tripura. Roads in the city wore a deserted look with vehicular traffic coming to a halt.
There was no air traffic at the Agartala airport. Sources in Airport Authority of India said that no flight operated from the airport since morning.
There was no traffic on the road and shops were closed, police said, adding there was no report of any untoward incident till 9 a.m.
Banking in Karnataka badly hit
The day-long strike called by Left trade unions as part of the nationwide stir against the economic reform policies began on Thursday morning with the impact felt mostly in banks here.
Buses and private vehicles continued to ply as usual but autorickshaw services were hit. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation and Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation, which have Left controlled unions, were operating buses.
No official holiday has been declared for schools, but several of them chose not to function on Thursday.
Some private airlines have either rescheduled or cancelled flights operating out of the city. Units under the Indian Air Force training command have been kept as a standby to ensure normal operations, airport sources said.
A section of the Karnataka Government Employees has also called for a strike on Thursday but the state government has warned the employees against taking part in it, saying the Akhila Karnataka State Government Employees Federation which has given the strike call was not recognised by it.
Train services remained normal, Railway sources said. Essential services were also not affected by the strike.
Most factories in Gurgaon closed
Most factories and industrial units here remained closed on Thursday as their workers joined an all-India strike to protest the economic policies of the government.
Tension prevailed in some areas as trade union activists stopped the few workers who were going to their workplaces.
The agitators stopped vehicles at some places but traffic on the national highway was not disrupted, police sources said.
Banks, PSU offices closed in Meghalaya
Functioning of central government offices, banks and other financial institutions in Meghalaya was affected due to the day-long general strike called by Left trade unions in protest against economic reforms. However, work in state government offices was normal and vehicles were plying and shops opened.
Banking affected in Arunachal
Work in banks, insurance companies, postal department and telecom sector was affected in Arunachal Pradesh today due to the country-wide general strike called by Left trade unions.
Besides banks and insurance offices, employees of post offices and telecom offices also joined the strike, crippling their respective services.
Sikkim's banking, postal services hit
Banking, postal, insurance and telecommunication services were badly affected in Sikkim as employees of these departments all over the state joined the day-long All India General strike called by Left trade unions.
Chhattisgarh badly hit
The nationwide strike by the Left trade unions today to protest against the government's economic policies, crippled banking and insurance services in Chhattisgarh.
The government, on Wednesday, cautioned air travellers about possible disruptions in air services. "There is a possibility of disruption in services. Travellers must check their flights with airlines before travel," said Ajai Prasad, civil aviation secretary.
Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel on Wednesday said flights would not be affected as the ministry had organised back-up facilities. The Airports Authority of India has sought the help of the Indian Air Force, the Navy and other government agencies to maintain normal operations at airports.
Air India said all its flights-except two flights to London on Thursday and Friday-would run on schedule. The passengers of the two affected flights, one each from New Delhi and Mumbai, will be accommodated in other West-bound flights. The company will run 65 flights on next two days.
Jet Airways has rescheduled, combined or curtailed some of its flights. "All efforts have been made to provide connectivity in all sectors, except in the east. The airlines has cancelled all its flights to and from Kolkata and those in the North-Eastern sector," said the airlines in a statement.
Indian Airlines and Air Sahara too have cancelled some of their services to Kolkata and have merged flights on other sectors in view of the anticipated reduction in traffic. Airlines have said in such situations, about 20 to 30 per cent of tickets are cancelled.
Air Sahara has cancelled its 19 flights to and from Kolkata on Thursday. "Even in busy sectors like Delhi-Mumbai, we are merging some flights," said an Air Sahara spokesperson.
Kingfisher Airlines has cancelled some of its flights. Said Vijay Mallya, chairman and managing director, Kingfisher Airlines: "On an average, 25 per cent of Kingfisher Airlines flights operating on September 29 have been cancelled."
International airlines are also rescheduling their flights to reduce the impact of the strike.
An official spokesman said, "Some employees manning vital services like the air traffic controllers have said they will not join. We hope to maintain normal operations."
But AAI Employees Union general secretary, M K Ghosal, said the vast majority of airport workers would heed the strike call. "You can imagine the impact, when 20,000 out of the 22,000 workers go on strike," he said.
In the financial sector, trade union members employed with Reserve Bank of India, state, private, co-operative and rural banks will stay away from work for a day.
The sponsoring committee has said its 100,000 members will go on strike to secure its pending demands, including opposition to privatisation policies of the central government.
Life Insurance Corporation employees are also likely to join the strike. The employees are protesting against what they say are anti-worker economic policies such as privatisation, allowing foreign direct investment in the pension and other key sectors.
Cheque clearing operations are most likely to get affected. The Reserve Bank of India said it will assess the situation and, by the afternoon, decide whether to postpone clearing for the day to Friday.
All-India Bank Employees' Association general secretary C H Venkatachalam said the unions disagree with Finance Minister P Chidambaram's comments that banks should merge to take on global competition. The strike would be near-total with more than 95 per cent of the 1.3 million bank and insurance employees participating, he said.
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Yaar is Desh ka kuchh nahi ho sakta jab tak ye Dalit, Sc, St......Reservation khel chalta rahega, .........

saala is Country ki ye daad-khad-khujli hai khujao to pareshanee na khujao to pareshanee

Hats Off to Dada Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar for all this

Pataa nahi reservation ki jagah resources par kab dhayan jayega
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Re: Privatisation is anti dalit, till we have reservations

Bhimanand, till there are ahole freeloaders on society alive, our country will never prosper. Its ****s like you who like to keep it in the stone ages so that you guys can just advance your reservation agenda. You guys should all get together at azad maidan or shot like that and then we can bomb you all sky high. What are you guys so scared of there is privatization. Scared that you guys will have to perform to stay adrift rather than sit on your asses and have paan all day. I challenge you Jai Bhiv fu(ks to perform in a privatized and competitive environment. You guys will not survive and thats why you are scared of the competition. Wuzz is what you all are.
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Yaar is Desh ka kuchh nahi ho sakta jab tak ye Dalit, Sc, St......Reservation khel chalta rahega, .........

saala is Country ki ye daad-khad-khujli hai khujao to pareshanee na khujao to pareshanee

Hats Off to Dada Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar for all this

Pataa nahi reservation ki jagah resources par kab dhayan jayega
Ambedkar proposed reservations only for 30-40 yrs. so that the dalits and and OBCs would be uplifted by then and after that the constitution could be reviewed to watever would be the popular mandate.....BJP tried to review the constitution but saala opposition ki gaand mein aag lag gayee....coz they all play vote-bank politics....isliye hi to half of bangaldesh's scum is in India...
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Yaar is Desh ka kuchh nahi ho sakta jab tak ye Dalit, Sc, St......Reservation khel chalta rahega, .........

saala is Country ki ye daad-khad-khujli hai khujao to pareshanee na khujao to pareshanee

Hats Off to Dada Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar for all this

Pataa nahi reservation ki jagah resources par kab dhayan jayega
Bhai Chive is Lost...

and so do others.. example

Present Airport Strike in India...


I wonder even if the reservation is 25%in AIr India(Don;t argue for %, this the real one, I had been part of those few selection Boards).

per BBC

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/4668782.stm

More than 90 % of the total employees of Mumbai [airport] are participating in the strike," In BOMBAY( I hate to call it Mumbai in English, unless I am conversing in Marathi)

for discussion sake even if we take 50% reservation, then who are those people who are participating?????

everyone knows when the strike is declared by Shiv Sena in Bombay.. it is not only those SC/STs go on strike, because if they would, they are so un important that the city won;t get affected..
So who is to blame ...Just SC/STs or

the population (which constitutes all - without caste, race and religion)

Point to think

By the way the statistics for the airport employees(ranging from Director, Pilots, ATC, maintenance and house keeping) the world average is 45 persons per aircraft, where as in india it is >325 persons per aircraft.
Even if there is 50% reservation in Job( which is not so) can;t the rest of 50% which is more than 3 times the average over the world can manage???
particularly when they are in group and in driving seats??

I Love India and its fanatic double standard thingking minds...

I love India because My Driver's licence reaches my home without even my address or the class of vehicle I can stamp on my drivers licence..

All those who can be bought for mere 500Rs(SC/STs and those Non SC/STs)..

Indians are so cheap to buy... Best example is Sonia gandhi leading the country and all those cry can't control her..damn she shows that even without education she can beat all those (ucking Indian Culture Police/Politians who cry against her..
What a PITY.

We need another invasion by some Western Country or as usual some Mulla from Middle East. Only they can manage Indians..
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Now that the Prime Minister has let the private industry off the hook, what do you have to say Mr. Chive??
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Re: Privatisation is anti dalit, till we have reservations

To tell U, one has to fight the way up, even there is descrimination against..Religion, cast, language etc in India.. reservation is not the only and complete solution...
Instead of reservation in Private.. U might try to create your own industry.

Reservation in non-govt organisation is totally uncalled for.

I can see that Govt and constitution is for the whole country and no one goest agains constitution(else they are terrorists)
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