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Truckers' may go on nation-wide strike again; associations to meet on 21 September to decide on stir for pending demands
Business

Truckers' may go on nation-wide strike again; associations to meet on 21 September to decide on stir for pending demands

AIMTC, a pan India umbrella body of associations claiming the support of 93 lakh truckers, had observed an eight-day strike in July, but had called it off after the government agreed to consider their demands.

Truckers strike continues for 8th day; auto makers feel the heat due to disruption in components supply
Business

Truckers strike continues for 8th day; auto makers feel the heat due to disruption in components supply

All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), which claims support of 93 lakh truckers, said its core team in an emergency meeting on Thursday resolved to suspend all operations voluntarily

Truckers' strike: Transporters won't relent till demands are met as govt struggles to find middle ground
Business

Truckers' strike: Transporters won't relent till demands are met as govt struggles to find middle ground

Bal Malkit Singh, Core Committee Chairman, AIMTC, says striking truckers will relent only when their demands are met.

Truckers' nation-wide strike gets mixed response, but stir to continue till govt gives 'concrete assurances' on demands
Business

Truckers' nation-wide strike gets mixed response, but stir to continue till govt gives 'concrete assurances' on demands

The truckers' strike seemed to be more effective in the financial capital and Maharashtra with a larger proportion of trucks staying off the roads starting from 6 AM when the bandh began.

Transporters to boycott Goa operations from 12 May midnight
Economy

Transporters to boycott Goa operations from 12 May midnight

All India Motor Transport Congress on Wednesday while protesting the imposition of entry tax on vehicles by Goa government has warned of stopping the goods truck and passenger buses in the state from 12 May midnight.