NEW DELHI, April 23 (Reuters) - India's striking truckers said they will hold more talks on Wednesday with the government to resolve a nine-day-old protest that has paralysed freight shipments and believe a start has been toward a settlement. J.M. Saksena, secretary general of the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), India's biggest truck union with 2.7 million vehicles in its fold, said the union met transport officials on Tuesday and were due to meet again on Wednesday. "We do ...
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