MUMBAI – After week-long talks, officials of the West Bengal state government and local farmers’ protest-leader Mamata Banerjee take a decisive step in resolving land issues over the construction of a new Tata Motors Ltd. plant in Singur, an hour’s drive from the capital city of Kolkata. The two sides have set up a committee to study the impasse over farmers’ land purchased by the government and given to Tata to build its low-cost Nano car. In the interim, farmers have suspended their ...
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