By Sujoy Dhar KOLKATA, India, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Hundreds of angry farmers marched in eastern India on Monday to protest against a factory making what is billed as the world's cheapest car, one of several protests against farmland seizures, officials said. Thousands of other protesters, mainly members of the Trinamool Congress, the main opposition party in communist-ruled West Bengal state, remained outside the Singur factory for a second day to protest against the project. India's ...
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