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Singur's verdict may open pandora's box: Nirupam

KOLKATA: Nirupam Sen, the second in command in former chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's cabinet, and the architect of Bengal's industrial drive, isn't in good health these days, being partially impaired by a cerebral attack in 2013. But the ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago

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DNA India, 5 months ago

When The Sickle Fell Blunt

In an interview to Outlook during the calamitous Nandigram and Singur agitations, Ashok Mitra, economist and West Bengal finance minister during Jyoti Basu's rule, declared that he was unhappy with the way his party, the CPI(M), was functioning. He ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago

As Mamata meets car companies in Germany, is Bengal equipped to take on new industries?

At a time when Mamata Banerjee visits different German states scouting for automobile manufacturing industries to set up their base in Bengal, economists and automobile manufacturing experts feel that a sound political stability is needed for setting up any ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

Singur: The judgement and the backstory

A senior bureaucrat close to the negotiations first told me the inside story. I published it. But it's nice to have the Supreme Court certify it is true Singur is still a slippery slope. Nearly all analyses about the Supreme Court judgement of 31 ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

CPM shortens Bengal plenum to 2 days

KOLKATA: The Bengal CPM has cut short the state plenum by a day as two days seemed "enough" to discuss the formula to strengthen the party. The plenum was earlier planned for three days, starting September 30. The CPM politburo, which met in Delhi ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

Govt holds 'productive' talks with BMW, exchanges ideas

Calcutta, Sep. 6: The Mamata Banerjee government today held a "productive" meeting with BMW officials at the automobile giant's headquarters in Munich. Industries minister Amit Mitra, chief secretary Basudeb Banerjee and others pitched for Bengal ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago


COMPENSATION ISSUE GENERATES FRESH PROBLEMS By Ashis Biswas It seems the ruling Trinamool Congress in West Bengal (TMC) has gone into the celebration mode a bit too early , over the Supreme Court(SC) judgment on land acquisition at Singur . ...
 IPA Newspack.com3 weeks ago

A bicycle rally near Kolkata turns focus on industrial disputes, amid Singur victory

According to the government's own estimates, over 300 large factories in West Bengal are lying closed, said political activist Prasenjit Bose Kolkata: On Friday, when almost all trade unions went on a nationwide strike, disrupting banking and ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

CPM loses face and plank

Calcutta, Aug. 31: The verdict on Singur was a defeat for the CPM, not the Tatas, a senior state secretariat member said tonight, while some others in the party clutched at legal straws. "Those who think it is a defeat for the Tatas are wrong. It ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago

Singur land deal between Tata and Bengals former Left govt scrapped by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Wednesday cancelled the 1,000-acre land acquisition deal between the Tata Motors and the Left Front government for Tata Nano project in Singur, Bengal. Earlier, the apex court had termed the land deal of 2006 between the Left Front ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago
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