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Category: Singur
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CPM farmers' rally sham: Opp 30.6.2006 The Statesman
CPM farmers' rally sham: Opp
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Farmers hand over 321 acres 30.6.2006 Telegraph: Nation
The process of acquiring land for the small-car unit of Tata Motors at Singur started today with about 324 farmers submitting letters to the block development officer agreeing to give up about 321 acres.
Voluntary sale by Singur farmers 29.6.2006 Telegraph: Nation
Multi-crop land and human settlements will not be disturbed, to the extent possible, while land is acquired for the Tata Motors project at Singur in Hooghly, Bengal industries minister Nirupam Sen said today.
Notice to farmers in 15 days 23.6.2006 The Statesman
Notice to farmers in 15 days
High Court moved to prevent land acquisition for townships 22.6.2006 The Statesman
High Court moved to prevent land acquisition for townships
After Singur, Bengal gets wiser as Santoso seeks land 19.6.2006 Financial Express
After Singur, Bengal gets wiser as Santoso seeks land
Mamata threatens stir 19.6.2006 The Statesman
Mamata threatens stir
Mamata threatens 'river of blood' 19.6.2006 Telegraph: Nation
Mamata Banerjee today dared Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's government to acquire "an inch of farmland" here for the Tatas' small-car unit.
WBIDC to set up office at Singur 16.6.2006 The Statesman
WBIDC to set up office at Singur
Tatas to train farmers 16.6.2006 Telegraph: Nation
Tata Motors will set up training centres to teach Singur's displaced farmers skills they would need to work at the company's proposed small-car factory.
Tata to set up centre to train workforce for West Bengal car plant 16.6.2006 New Kerala: Business India
Kolkata, Jun 15: Faced with controversy over land acquisition for its 'people's car' project at Singur in West Bengal's Hooghly district, the Tatas will soon set up a centre for training locals for employment in the factory.
Profit v livelihood 9.6.2006 The Statesman
Profit v livelihood
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No derailment possible 7.6.2006 The Statesman
No derailment possible
Changing times & market climes 6.6.2006 The Statesman
Changing times & market climes
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Land rites 5.6.2006 Telegraph: Opinion
In economic terms, farming is hardly the best use of land. Even farmers who depend on land for their livelihood are compelled to do so because they know no better use of land. Land being the most limited of economic resources, its most profitable use must be at the heart of all plans for economic development. This larger logic is being ignored in the debate over the Bengal government's decision to acquire agricultural land for the Tata group's proposed automobile unit at Singur. For all the advances it made in agriculture in recent decades, Bengal's economy did not grow fast or large enough mainly because of the state's inability to move toward industrialization. Land cannot sustain the economic needs of an expanding population. And ...
No derailment possible 5.6.2006 The Statesman
No derailment possible
Singur: CPI wing says it 3.6.2006 The Statesman
Singur: CPI wing says it
on record 3.6.2006 The Statesman
on record
Farmers declare 'war' 2.6.2006 The Statesman
Farmers declare 'war'
Briefs 2.6.2006 The Statesman
Briefs
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