DYFI CEC

DYFI CEC

Address: 4974/2, Shivnagar, Karol Bagh, New Delhi - 110001

Phone: 011 - 28727212
E-Mail : dyficec@yahoo.co.in

Sunday, 12 February 2017 23:05

SPEAK UP IF IT IS NOT SAFE

Rasila Raju OP, a software professional, was brutally murdered inside the Infosys office in Pune a week before. The incident has once again brought to public attention the sad state of women's safety in the information technology and BPO sector. The practice of forcing employees including women to work late nights and weekends is widespread, even when it is possible to give them options to work from home. Often, this is forced upon employees in spite of growing safety and health concerns raised by them. The corporate Human Resources departments, which are supposed to ensure fair working conditions, rather resort to reminding the employees of their contractual obligations made at the time of hiring, the interpretation of which stands for unlimited working hours without any overtime pay. Many of these facilities operate in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) where the enforcement of labor laws is scant.

DYFI Central Executive committee condemns the attempt by Central Govt and PMO for attempting to suppress the news of death of senior Kerala parliamentarian E. Ahamed. Shri. hamed’s family had earlier alleged that they were not allowed to meet the ailing politician and were also not intimated about any medical developments. Narendra Modi government deliberately kept the news of Ahamed's death under wraps to ensure the Union Budget was presented as scheduled on February 1.

The 10th All India conference of Democratic Youth Federation of India expresses its grave concern over unabated killings in the name of honor and other heinous crimes perpetuated by feudal forces as retribution to young couples who dare to choose their life partners on their own. 

Those who have been following the developments in West Bengal will be familiar with the targeting of and attacks on democratic activists, youth and student workers.

Sunday, 05 February 2017 12:32

Resolution against commodification of sports

Despite having talented young sportspersons, India with a population of over one billion has not emerged as a major contender in international sporting arena, even after seven decades of independence. The Central Government and most of the state governments have not paid proper attention to development of sports infrastructure.  Most of the facilities are in dire straits. Market has taken over the arena of sports. Premier leagues involving millions of rupees in auction of players are being popularized. Big Corporates and celebrities are owners of all the teams in Premier League in Cricket, Football, Kabaddi and Badminton. This is a glaring example of commoditization of sports.