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Four held in Kerala for honey trapping NRI bizman        Minor girl sexually assaulted for over 2 yrs in Kerala, two        De Kock leads SA to nine-wicket win, Kohli’s move backfires        Over three-fourths of J&K population supported Art 370 abrogation: Rajnath Singh        PM Modi meets Kashmiri Pandits in Houston, assures them of New Kashmir        Miley Cyrus, Kaitlynn Carter split after month of dating        Sean Bean thinks Richard Madden would be perfect as next Bond        Had to get my game together for 'Turram Khan': Nushrat Bharucha        Andy Murray says 'naive' to think he will return to top        Try best not to let criticism get to me: Shraddha Kapoor        Ker HC strikes down college hostel rule prohibiting mobile use        Govt accepts resignation of Madras HC Chief Justice V K Tahilramani        Babri Masjid demolition case: Special CBI court issues summons to Kalyan Singh        We are committed to meet India's energy security needs: Saudi Arabia        Experience more relevant than what you learnt 35-40 years ago: Das on his history background        Petrol price jumps Rs 1.59/ltr, diesel Rs 1.31/ltr after Saudi attacks        Typhoon heads to northeast Japan after some damage in south        US likely to escalate trade war with China if no deal is agreed soon: Trump's advisor        EU's Juncker says not too late for Brexit deal        Apna Time Aayega, says team `Gully Boy'        
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Business News
Karnataka government for revial of defunct Falcon Tyres Ltd in Mysuru
 
(Bengaluru, Feb16, 2019): Karnataka Minister for Large and Medium Scale Industries K J George said on Friday that the State government will make all out efforts to revive the defunct Falcon Tyres limited in Mysuru and ensure the livelihood of all employees are protected. The Ministry of Large & Medium Scale Industry, Karnataka, as part of its initiative to revive the ailing Falcon Tyres Limited, Mysuru, convened a high level meeting on Friday.

Mr George took suggestions from the concerned departmental officials and employees representatives on the practical steps that could be implemented for the revival of the once reputed Tyre manufacturing industry. Ministers G T Devegowda, SA RA Mahesh, Concerned department officials and employees'' representatives were present at the meeting.

The meeting which was aimed at discussing the rejuvenation of Falcon Tyres Limited, contemplated several strategies on how the company could be revived as there are around 2,500 employees working in the company. The primary objective of the meeting was to explore how the livelihood of employees could be secured.


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KERALA NEWS
Four held in Kerala for honey trapping NRI bizman
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Minor girl sexually assaulted for over 2 yrs in Kerala, two
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS
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NATIONAL NEWS
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