Guj farmers all geared up to fight against Tata Motors

In a tiff to prove ownership of land in Gujarat, where the automobile giant Tata Motors is planning to construct its Nano project, a group of farmers from the gathering villages have pulled their socks up to fight a legal case against the automobile giant. Apparently, the farmers were not at all happy with the concessions being given to Tata Motors.  

Adding more, on Wednesday, a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was also filed in the Gujarat high court. 

Lalu Yadav offers land in Bihar for Tata’s ‘Nano’

Lalu Prashad YadavSomnath (Gujarat), Oct 16 : Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav has offered land to Tata Motors for its Nano project in Bihar.

He made the announcement after inaugurating a five kilometer-long Veraval-Somnath broad gauge line and the Veraval-Jabalpur Express Train.

During his short 15-minute speech at the railway station, Yadav said, "Sanand farmers are being harassed. If at all the project has to be in Gujarat it could have been at Dwarka. If you are really looking for land for the project, come to Bihar.”

Gujarat Changed Industrial Policy For Nano: Congress

Nano car project is facing new challenges day by day. Now, the state congress demanded details of the deal signed between Gujarat government and Tata motors. 

The party has demanded the detail through Right to Information (RTI) Act. The party alleged that the state has changed the entire industrial policy for the sake of small car project of TATA group. 

The Congress spokesperson, Arjun Modhvadia has also demanded proper compensation for affected farmers of Sanand.
Gujarat Congress president, Sidhdharth Patel said that the party wanted to disclose the incentives being offered to the landholders. He also alleged the change in industrial policy of the state for the benefits of TATA. 

Four dead in Arabian Sea boat capsize near Jamnagar

GujaratJamnagar (Gujarat), Oct 14 : A boat ferrying 22 persons from Navabandar

Riot Widows Get Their Rights Due To RTI Act

Riot Widows Get Their Rights Due To RTI Act The common man has surely benefited a lot from the Right to Information (RTI) Act, since this act has helped the people to avail information under the control of authorities. But besides this, RTI has also helped 25 women, who during the Gujarat riots in 2002, had lost their husbands. 

Why issue of terrorism not on NIC meet agenda: Modi, Raje

Why issue of terrorism not on NIC meet agenda: Modi, RajeAhmedabad, Oct 12 : Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasudhara Raje have taken strong exception to the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government’s decision of not including terrorism in the agenda of the National Integration Council (NIC) meeting to be held on Monday.

The two Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders have shot letters to Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in this regard.