Kozhikode: There is no termination of employees en masse from KSRTC, said transport Minister AK Saseendran on Saturday. Only the earlier decision is being implemented in phases. The government had earlier asked the employees who are on leave to submit a written confirmation before May 30, whether they are to continue in service. Those who didn't accept this decision are being terminated, minister told media in Kozhikode. Existing in the employee... (Date:10/13/2018 11:37) Read full article >>

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