11.08.2012 [Deccan Chronicle] - AwanishKumar Dev, a senior human resources manager, was found burned to death. More than 100 other management staff, including two Japanese, were taken to hospital with injuries. None of the workers was admitted, according to police. BLAME GAME
28.08.2012 [Chandigarh Tribune] - The meeting started after observing a minute's silence in memory of slain general manager (HR) AwanishKumar Dev. "Manesar plant violence was pre-meditated. It was unprecedented, not only in Maruti Suzuki's history, but also in the industrial relations
02.08.2012 The accused said police could torture them and demanded video recording of their questioning during police remand. Their plea would be heard by court Saturday. Maruti's senior executive AwanishKumar Dev was … and ...
28.08.2012 [Business Standard] - Bhargava, who led shareholders in observing a minute's silence in the memory of slain General Manager (HR) AwanishKumar Dev before the proceedings of the 31st AGM, expressed hope that the firm would resume full scale production at the Manesar plant
28.08.2012 [Business Today] - Addressing shareholders at the 31st Annual General Meeting, which started after observing a minute's silence in memory of slain General Manager (HR) AwanishKumar Dev, Maruti Suzuki India Chairman R C Bhargava said that security cover at Manesar
23.08.2012 [Economic Times] - His itinerary may also not feature a meeting with the family of AwanishKumar, who died on July 18 following the workers' violence. Suzuki, who is visiting India, will take stock of the situation at his largest global subsidiary, Maruti Suzuki's
16.08.2012 [Deccan Herald] - The plant, which has two production lines assembling some 1,200 cars a day, was shut following the violence that claimed the life of Maruti's senior executive AwanishKumar Dev and left nearly 100 others injured. Maruti declared a lockout in the plant