The nature of industrial disputes and workers struggles has seen mammoth changes during the last decade. There have been considerable mutations in the patterns and frequency of resistance in the past years and its role and prominence in the political affairs of the country also became more vital. At the initial period of post-liberalisation the involvement of workers in union activities, in industries invigorated with the neo-liberal reforms were staidly burgeoning and the place of such movements were more in the periphery of general workers struggle in the country.