By Shailendra Bhatnagar BADARPUR, India, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Indian truck owner Sushil Gupta was planning to scale down his business at the end of the year anyway, with the transport industry in the doldrums, hit by high costs and low returns. He may now have to bail out much sooner. An indefinite strike by India's largest truckers' union has pushed hundreds of thousands of trucks off the roads across the country and struck what could be the final blow to small transporters such as ...
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