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Kerala's nurses association goes on strike, demand minimum wages

Nurses assigned on emergency and casualty duties have been exempted from the strike, UNA representatives said.

Private nurse stir ends in Kerala after government promises to ensure Rs 20,000 minimum salary

The nurses of the private hospital began an indefinite strike state-wide on June 28 after the hospital managements rejected their pay revision demand. Pinarayi Vijayan said the meeting also wanted managements not to take any action against the nurses who went on strike.

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Kerala nurses protest: Congress, BJP demand immediate intervention of government

The nurses of the private hospital began an indefinite strike state-wide on June 28 after the hospital managements rejected their pay revision demand. BJP national executive member V Muraleedhan said the LDF government was not taking any steps to end the nurses' agitation and it is to help the private hospital lobby.

Kerala nurses strike: Here is all you need to know

On an indefinite strike in Thiruvananthapuram, Thrissur, Ernakulam, Malappuram and Kozhikode, the United Nurses' Association in Kerala has said that a march to the Secretariat as well as a statewide token strike would be held on July 11 demanding better pay.

Kerala nurses evacuated from Yemen seek state govt help in finding jobs

SUCI leader Mini K Philip said there are nurses’ vacancies in state-run and private hospitals.

Nurses from strife-torn Yemen seek rehabilitation

NORKA chief executive officer C R Kannan said rehabilitation of nurses returned from Yemen, Libya and Iraq is a tough job.

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1903 Keralites rescued from strife-torn Yemen

Chandy said the state would take necessary steps for the return of Kerala expatriates in Yemen who are willing to return.

44 Kerala nurses return home from strife-torn Libya

Indian nurses had requested for evacuation after Islamic militia officially declared control over the city.

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