Like many other industrial projects in West Bengal, Tata Hitachi is also facing trouble getting land for the township it proposes to build for its employees working in the Kharagpur plant. No prizes for guessing the political party responsible for these problems. But attempts of getting Tata Hitachi Managing Director Rana Sinha to name the party during a press briefing failed. Finally, Sinha was asked whether the party in question was red or green (read Communist Party of India-Marxist or Trinamool Congress). “I am colour blind,” came the quick reply.
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The bank's shares rise 10% in three sessions, contributing to a fourth of the Nifty's 180-point rise