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Title: Jamshedpur: the city of steel
Authors: Chatterjee, Arup K
Keywords: Tata Steel
City of steel
Issue Date: 23-Feb-2019
Publisher: The Hindu
Citation: Chatterjee, Arup K. (February 23, 2019). Jamshedpur: the city of steel. The Hindu.
Description: Jamshedpur, one of the country’s earliest industrial townships, turned 100 this year. A hundred years ago, on January 2, 1919, in a speech delivered from the Director’s bungalow in Sakchi, the Governor-General and Viceroy of India, Lord Chelmsford, remarked upon the conclusion of World War I: “I can hardly imagine what we should have done during these four years if the Tata Company had not been able to gift us steel rails which have been provided for us, not only for Mesopotamia but for Egypt, Palestine and East Africa, and I have come to express my thanks.”
URI: https://www.thehindu.com/society/history-and-culture/jamshedpur-the-city-of-steel/article26341043.ece
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