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Category: Singur
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Land grab okayed 1.6.2006 The Statesman
Land grab okayed
Bengal plans standard rehab package 1.6.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
The West Bengal Government has decided to formulate a standard rehabilitation package for people who will have to part with their agricultural land for industrial purposes. Nine regions spread across the State -- such as ...
The Left school of management 1.6.2006 Rediff: Columns
The Singur incident showed there is no alternative to listening to people.
Left's contact programme 31.5.2006 The Statesman
Left's contact programme
Sen sells Tata car project to farmers 31.5.2006 Telegraph: Front Page
Before the cabinet sits tomorrow to ratify the compensation package to acquire land for setting up industries, senior CPM leader and minister Nirupam Sen visited Singur to talk to farmers.
End of road for landless farmers 30.5.2006 The Statesman
End of road for landless farmers
Govt spells out rehab package 30.5.2006 The Statesman
Govt spells out rehab package
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Relief for Singur farmers 30.5.2006 The Statesman
Relief for Singur farmers
bad show 29.5.2006 Telegraph: Opinion
Foresight leads to preemptive action. The new Left Front government failed on both counts when, last week, a team from Tata Motors faced a protest in Singur where they had gone to inspect the land that has been allotted to the company. It was obvious that the state and local administrations as well as the apparatus of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) were unaware that such a protest was in the offing. This lack of awareness is amazing and, not to put too fine a point on it, very embarrassing for the chief minister, Mr Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee. When land under the plough is being given for industrial development, some amount of grievance and protest is inevitable and unavoidable. It is the task of good political managers to skilfully diffuse such ...
Buddha scores at victory rally 29.5.2006 The Statesman
Buddha scores at victory rally
CM seeks Singur connect 29.5.2006 Telegraph: Front Page
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today got down to the task of communicating the compensation package to farmers at Singur where the Tata Motors plant is expected to come up.
High-yield land won't be given for industrialisation: Yechury 28.5.2006 New Indian Express
High-yield land won't be given for industrialisation: Yechury
No industry on multi-crop land, says Yechury 28.5.2006 The Statesman
No industry on multi-crop land, says Yechury
Baby steps to big time? 27.5.2006 Financial Express
Baby steps to big time?
Multi-crop land won't go to industries 27.5.2006 CNN-IBN: India
Following the protests of farmers in West Bengal, CPI-M decided not to give multi-crop land to industries.
Three CRPF jawans injured in Naxal attack 27.5.2006 New Indian Express
Three CRPF jawans injured in Naxal attack
Villagers seek CM’s assurance 27.5.2006 The Statesman
Villagers seek CM’s assurance
Land stir puts CPM in a spot 27.5.2006 The Statesman
Land stir puts CPM in a spot
Multi-crop land not to be given for industries: Yechury 27.5.2006 HBL: Breaking News
Tata Motors' site recce upsets Bengal villagers 26.5.2006 Financial Express
Tata Motors' site recce upsets Bengal villagers
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