By Matthias Williams DHINKIA, India, June 24 (Reuters) - For eight-year-old Rakesh Bardhan, it is protest time. Decked out in a black T-shirt and a matching handkerchief wrapped around his head, he is off to join hundreds of farmers, labourers and fishermen standing between a generations-old way of life and India's biggest single foreign direct investment. Local people are protesting against the planned construction of a $12 billion steel mill by South Korea's POSCO in the poor eastern ...
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