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Big Brother noise

Indian filmmakers believe that victory in British Big Brother will not have a positive effect on Shilpa Shetty's further career.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

[new delhi, india] Two Indians have been in the news scene lately. One, Ratan Tata, is the director of the XNUMX-year-old steel mill Tata Steel and has just acquired the British-Dutch steelmaker Corus with a higher bid than the Brazilian CSN. Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty is the other.

The country welcomes Tata's latest acquisition and the fact that a British newspaper topped the case with the headline "India on Song, Takes Corus Along". The fact that Corus is a British-Dutch company is an added bonus. And the fact that India's colonial rulers once made fun of the steel dreams of Jamsetji, the founder of the Tata empire, is reproduced by another newspaper.

The happy factor plays a major role here. Although no one but Tata Steel will benefit from this, the middle class here strikes at the chest as if it were a personal victory and India's pride. . .

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