KOLKATA, India, Jan 18 (Reuters) - An Indian court threw out on Friday a slew of complaints against a factory to build the world's cheapest car, saying there was no anomaly in the acquisition of land for the project by Tata Motors. Tata Motors Ltd unveiled the $2,500 Nano last week and said the new four-seater would roll out later in the year from its factory in the eastern state of West Bengal. But controversy dogged the factory after local farmers complained the state's communist ...
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