KOLKATA, India, May 20 (Reuters) - At least 20 people were injured on Sunday in clashes between police and activists opposed to a proposed Tata Motors car factory in the Indian state of West Bengal, police and witnesses said. Several policemen, including an officer, were among the injured at Singur, near the state capital Kolkata, they said. Trouble broke out when villagers tried to damage a factory wall that was under construction, forcing police to act, Anuj Sharma, a senior police ...
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