(Updates with truckers' union quotes) NEW DELHI, April 23 (Reuters) - Indian truckers called off on Wednesday a nine-day strike that had paralysed freight movement nationwide after reaching a deal with the government. "All over India, trucks will be back on the roads," said B.N. Dhumal, a truckers' spokesman, after talks between the union and the government. "Nine out of our 10 demands have been met." There was no immediate comment by the government. The demands by the All India ...
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