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Brothers drown in lake

Two brothers met a watery grave when they went to swim in a lake in M Gopahalli under Bidadi police limits on Friday afternoon. The deceased have been identified as Manoj, 6 and Yeshwanth, 8, both sons of Kumar, a labourer. According to police, the ... Deccan Herald, 11 hours ago

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Polling peaceful, says ADGP

Minor incidents in Ramanagaram, Bidadi and Mysore Barring a few stray incidents, polling for the Lok Sabha election was peaceful in the State, Additional Director-General of Police (Law and Order) M.N. Reddi said on Thursday. More than 8,000 polling booths ...
 The Hindu22 hours ago
Financial Express

Toyota deadlock continues

Conciliation talks between the Toyota Kirloskar Motor management and the striking workforce at the two plants in Bidadi, near here, did not achieve a breakthrough when they resumed on Tuesday. A government official, who was part of the efforts initiated by ...
 The Hindu3 days ago No progress on breaking the Toyota impasse; stand-off continues at Bidadi plants  Siasat Daily1 week ago Toyota Motor : stalemate continues, production hit  4 Traders1 week ago Toyota Kirloskar Motor workers on hunger strike  Just-Auto1 week ago
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Fasting Toyota workers admitted to hospital

The three-week standoff at two plants of Toyota Kirloskar Motor in Bidadi, close to this city, worsened on Sunday with nine workers admitted to hospital, five days after they went on a hunger strike. Nine workers, who were among the 25 on hunger ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
New Indian Express

Family threatens suicide protesting police inaction

Seven members of a family from Bidadi in Ramanagaram district threatened to immolate themselves in front of the Mahatma Gandhi statue on M.G. Road on Thursday in protest against the alleged police inaction in connection with an attempt-to-rape case filed by ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Family of 7Attempts Suicide  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Family threatens immolation  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Six of a family attempt suicide on MG Road  Times of India2 weeks ago
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Toyota says not using contract workers at its Bidadi plant

The company clarifies that as of now it is running the plant in a limited capacity with the help of non unionized team members in the ranking of engineers and supervisors
 Money Control3 weeks ago Toyota Kirloskar to lift lockout  Business Standard India4 weeks ago Toyota Kirloskar Motor to lift lock out from March 24  Business Standard4 weeks ago Toyota Kirloskar Motor Bidadi plant lock out continues  Rush Lane1 month ago
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Toyota workers to resume work on Monday without agreeing to Toyota's conditionalities

BANGALORE: Over 3,000 union workers of Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM), who met outside the company office in Bidadi on Saturday, decided to resume work on Monday on the condition that they would not sign any undertaking from the management. TKM's ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Toyota's workers' union ready to resume work, but says no to management's conditions  Times of India3 weeks ago Toyota plant lockout to be lifted on March 24  AutoCar India4 weeks ago Toyota lockout, efforts to break impasse make no headway  Business Standard1 month ago
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Business Standard India

Relay hunger strike starts at Toyota today

The on Monday decided to end its five-day hunger strike at the main gate of the factory in Bidadi near here and instead go on a relay hunger strike from Tuesday. The change in strategy came after a veteran freedom fighter, Doreswamy, advised the ...
 Sify1 week ago Toyota Kirloskar workers demand govt. to intervene  Topnews.in2 weeks ago Toyota employees intensify agitation; launch hunger strike  Smart Investor2 weeks ago Toyota workers on hunger strike  Sify2 weeks ago
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Toyota should know India is a unique market

Toyota has enough reasons to be miffed with its 4,000 unionised workers at its twin plants at Bidadi for disrupting production at a time when business in India is already under severe stress (sales declined over 19 per cent in the first two months of this year). Also, the company has said that 'indiscipline' on the shop floor has seen the plants’ production capacity dip to 110,000 vehicles from a maximum capacity of 310,000 units. It has just three days of inventory left. Click NEXT to ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Shyamal Majumdar: Toyota's labour pains  Smart Investor3 weeks ago

Twist to Toyota tension

Workers at Toyotas two plants in Bidadi today refused to sign a good conduct undertaking before resuming work after the lifting of a lock-out. Almost all the 4,200 workers, affected by the lock-out, had turned up at the factory gates but were told it was ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Toyota Kirloskar workers refuse to resume work as management wants them to sign good conduct undertaking  Times of India3 weeks ago KIRLOSKAR BROTHERS : Toyota Kirloskar workers refuse to resume work as management wants them to sign good conduct undertaking  4 Traders3 weeks ago
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