Maruti shareholders urge better labour relations after deadly riot


* Shareholders call for more sensitivity to labour issues * Plant back to normal in "short time" -Maruti chairman * Deadly July 18 riot lead to month-long shutdown * Carmaker suffers $250 million in lost output By Anurag Kotoky NEW DELHI, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki shareholders on Tuesday urged India's biggest carmaker to be more sensitive to labour disputes in the wake of a deadly riot at one of its factories ...

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