Air India pilots ended their four-day wildcat strike yesterday after the government overruled management's plan for massive wage cuts. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel reportedly told AI that the pay cuts would have to be withdrawn and "productivity-linked incentives" should be paid to 7,000 of its highest-paid workers on Oct. 7, the Economic Times reported. The pilot dispute revolved around the airline's decision to ax those incentive payments, which ...

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