Kolkata, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The West Bengal government has cleared Hindustan Motors Ltd.'s proposal to develop land at its plant near the eastern city of Kolkata, the state's Land and Land Reforms Minister said on Thursday. "The cabinet has approved the project," Abdur Rezzak Mollah told Reuters. A Hindustan Motors spokeswoman said the company was yet to receive any official communication from the government. Hindustan Motors, India's oldest car maker, had planned to develop a ...
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