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|12th December 2008, 11:04||#31|
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It's a good news that it's nearing the launch The ultra frugal machine is going to be an instant hit, for sure, especially because it comes at the price of a rickshaw. It'll surely create a wave. Kudos to TATA Motors . . .
But can't think of traveling through roads in Kerala after its launch. It'll be more in number than pedestrians
|12th December 2008, 16:12||#32|
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|12th December 2008, 21:53||#33|
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You're a star.
About the review: I really like the way the world is perceiving this great innovation from TATA and India. There is a lot a respect for what is being offered to the human kind and there is no Jeremy-ish comments anywhere. I guess even Mr. Clarkson will be more polite on Nano than he was on Reva.
Shine on India.
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