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Workers at toyota Karnataka plan to resume work today

  • Toyota Kirloskar Motor Employees Union has decided to resume work from Tuesday in the wake of Karnataka government's order to both the management and the union to restore normalcy in operations. "At our general body meeting held today, we have decided to resume work from tomorrow following the government's directions," TKMEU Joint Secretary N Raghu said. "Our issues with the management relating to COD (Charter of Demand), legality of lockout, wage issues have been referred to adjudication," he said. The Karnataka government had last week asked both the management and the union of Toyota Kirloskar Motor to restore normalcy in operations, seeking to an end to over month long stalemate. In response to a question on suspension of 30 employees, he said, "we will have to discuss it and follow it up with the management, if need arise we will fight it legally also."

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Tata motors global sales decline 18 % in march

  • NEW DELHI: Tata Motors today reported 17.89 per cent decline in its global sales, including that of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) vehicles, to 95,668 units last month. The company had sold 1,16,521 units in March last year, Tata Motors said in a statement. In the passenger vehicles category, global sales last month were at 56,420 units, as against 55,722 units in March 2013, up 1.25 per cent.