By Sujoy Dhar KOLKATA, India, Aug 21 (Reuters) - At least 1,000 protesters opposing the seizure of farmland for a Tata Motors plant, due to assemble what has been billed the world's cheapest car, clashed with police in eastern India on Thursday. Protesters said several people were beaten up by police when they tried to march towards the plant in Singur, an hour's drive from Kolkata. Police said no one was injured in the demonstration. The 100,000-rupee ($2,380) snub-nosed Nano was ...
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