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Day 1 - Dieting.... Day 6-Liveankit :-)

Time to write the final post of the day... :-) , A good day for liveankit and me too... Well i forgot to wish u guys on NAVRATRAS, Happy Navratrasssss.... Hope u guys are keeping fasttt... This year i have not kept fasts, but generally i like to keep fasts on Navratrassss( Normal se jyada dishes banti hain :-) , pata nahi isse fast ham kyun kehte hain).... 
Navratrasss have always been spl in my college, Why?? we have a great assortment of ppl who have a different opinion on it...Few wait for Puja and few always wait for resuming their daily meals...There are Jagranss , Great Raunak( Lights everywhere, Ppl are fueled with energy....
Is it possible tht i say my stories and dont talk about statistics??? No, The day six was good , Without my personal clicks the day could make the total 715 for liveankit. I have got few more good comments and supportive remarks, these things generally make me write more exclusively for u all, i dont knw for hw long i'll be writin :-)...
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The Singur-TATA Curry

Taking on Singur Tata Curry
West Bengal government’s decision to acquire land in Singur for a car factory has drawn much argument from various sectors leading to widespread violence.
SINGUR, a small town in Hoogly district of West Bengal is in the news for a little more than a year now. With a population of over 20,000 and a literacy rate of nearly 80 per cent, which is much higher than the national average, the ruling party found it quite tough to handle the  situation when the residents going against the land acquisition, which was to be used for a car-manufacturing unit. It may be mentioned that CPI (M), the ruling party in the state had acquired 997 acres of multi crop land required for a car factory to be constructed by TATA motors for the much awaited 1 lac tag vehicle NANO.
The acquisition has drawn huge protests from opposition parties who want to grab every opportunity provided by the situation and the farmers in general, who are worried about losing their land and procuring the …