Published Jul 20 2012 by Topnews.in


Riot affects Maruti operations

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riot by workers that left Awanish Kumar Dev, General Manager HR dead in

a fire accident and resulted in 90 employees being jailed, is likely to

affect the company’s operations and disrupt supplies of models.

The company is now facing a lengthy shutdown that could cost...

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