Karnataka plant violence: Wistron estimates Rs437-crore loss

Bengaluru: Taiwan-headquartered Wistron Corporation has said it suffered losses worth Rs 437.4 crore in the violence unleashed by a section of workers at its plant in Kolar district in Karnataka over salary issues. Employees allegedly indulged in violence at the company’s Narasapura manufacturing plant, where iPhone and IT products for others are produced, on Saturday. PTI

UK Foreign Secy’s visit to strengthen ties, says MEA

New Delhi: In the run-up to UK Prime Minister Bori Johnson’s expected presence at the Republic Day celebrations, UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab reached India on a four-day visit. He will hold talks with Minister of External Affairs S Jaishankar on bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual interest on Tuesday, said an MEA statement. TNS

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