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Mamata's visit to Jhargram and Goaltore deferred

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Midnapore, Oct. 28 -- Though the visit of chief minister Mamata Banerjee has been deferred, people of Goaltote and Jhargram in West Midnapore are hopeful of a ... HT Syndication, 1 month ago

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The Telegraph

Goaltore goal 1: bush cleared

Mamata Banerjee has projected a 950.17-acre plot in West Midnapore's Goaltore as a possible destination for the Tatas or BMW. Residents, however, said they were not sure whether any investor would show interest in the land. A day after the chief minister ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago Mamata Banerjee offers alternative land to Tatas  Business Standard2 months ago Mamata returns land to Singur farmers  Rediff.com2 months ago Mamata offers land to Tata, promises to farmers  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Goaltore land recce by govt

Two West Bengal Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation officials today did a recce of the land in West Midnapore's Goaltore that has been showcased by chief minister Mamata Banerjee as an investment destination. At the Singur Divas rally on ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago
The Telegraph

Serpentine queues and real serpents

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee said in Singur on Wednesday that she was offering the Tatas close�to 1,000 acres in Goaltore, West Midnapore, for an automobile plant and gave the company one month to take a�decision. In 2014, Mamata had mentioned the ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago Set up an auto hub over 1000 acres in Goaltore, Mamata tells Tatas  Nerve2 months ago

Two elephant carcasses found in WB

Carcasses of two elephants were found in two forests in Goaltore area of West Midnapore district, a forest official said today. While the carcass of one was spotted in Tangasole forest area, another was found in Patharmari forest last night, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Singur losses & the road ahead for Tatas

Calcutta, Nov. 27: The Bengal government's decision to withdraw its appeal challenging the validity of the Singur Act, 2011, has put the spotlight back on the leadership of Tata Motors as it prepares to grapple with issues of compensation and ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Indian Express

Singur: Cyrus Mistry exit raises question over land compensation

The primary concern of the state government now, according to sources, is whether or not the Tata Group will ask for compensation for their losses — amounting to almost Rs 1,400 crore. As news of Cyrus Mistry's unceremonious exit from the Tata ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Rediff.com

An SC verdict that rattled India's high and mighty

The spectre of Singur and now its verdict is looming large on the future of many of Bengal’s projects, especially the state government’s industrial parks that are vacant. As many more episodes await, the question uppermost on everyone’s minds is, how long will Singur haunt Bengal? September 14, 2016. The event was Singur Diwas, celebration of the Supreme Court order that directed the state government to return the land acquired for Tata Motors at Singur to its original land ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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