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In black and white: no forcible acquisition

An order from the land reforms commissioner to secretaries of all 56 departments telling them to stay off land acquisition has made it clear that Mamata Banerjee has hardened her hands-off land policy, ignoring pleas from industry for a government role in acquisition. ...   | Read..
 

HBT ire near Adhikari home

Over 150 retrenched workers of Haldia Bulk Terminals (HBT) today travelled 120km to Subhendu Adhikari’s East Midnapore home and burnt his effigy, holding the Tamluk...   | Read..
 

CPM hears echo in Tata remark

The CPM today found vindication of the party’s stand in Ratan Tata’s remark of keeping Singur as a possible investment destination for their group ....   | Read..
 

Rabi urges Singur talks

Former agriculture minister Rabindranath Bhattacharya today suggested that the government and the Tatas should “sit across the table and settle the Singur land issu...   | Read..
 

Vigil cry at assault flat

Residents of the Durgapur flat where a general manager of Jai Balaji Industries was assaulted have decided to instal CCTV cameras and increase the number of security guar...   | Read..
 

Banyan tree & boycott days of Pranab

Students of Suri Vidyasagar College are on Wednesday likely to learn about the President’s “protest” days when he made the cook of his hostel change the way...   | Read..
 
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