NEW DELHI, July 25 (Reuters) - Indian police used batons on Monday to disperse hundreds of demonstrating employees of the wholly owned Indian unit of Japan's Honda Motor Co. , police and a company official said. Television pictures showed dozens of workers and policemen with bleeding injuries following the clash on the outskirts of the national capital, which also blocked traffic for a few hours on a busy highway. An official at Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India Ltd., who declined to ...
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