NEW DELHI, April 22 (Reuters) - The Indian government said on Tuesday it would hold no negotiations with striking truckers until they called off their eight-day-old work stoppage that has paralysed freight movement nationwide. Transport Minister B.C. Khanduri told parliament the two sides were not far apart over the truckers' demands for stable fuel prices and fewer levies. But he said talks would have to wait until the strike, which business lobbies estimate is costing hundreds of ...
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