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March 29, 2006

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remo

Dear,Friend
Jamshedpur, also known as Tatanagar, is well known as the steel city of India. It

is a major industrial center of India with picturesque surroundings. The steel

plant TISCO (Tata Iron and Steel Company), the automobile plant TELCO (Tata

Engineering and Locomotive Company), Rivers Meet and Jubilee Park in the

heart of the city which is a well planned garden like Vrindavan in Mysore, are the

major attractions here.
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Amit Haralalka

This post really brought back memories of my college days!

I did my engineering from BIT Mesr and had a few friends from Jamshedpur.. so these trips to and fro hapoened a number of times.. "Trekker" .. as it was commonly called..

Thanks a lot for the very informative post! :-)

Quite liked yout blog.. Will keep coming back..

james

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SRK Raman

Nice post, am not quite sure i'd find a post on this anywhere else, and yes, i hail from jamshedpur and did a lotta travelling on that same highway during my college days, my college being in ranchi. One peculiar thing that you might notice is the considerable fall in temperature when you cross bundu and go uphill (taimara ghaati as it is called).

sanjeev

Hey Vikram,
after long time i came back to this blog just to checkout rakesh's photo is there or u removed it.
i am not able to trace him since 1991.hope he moved to some other country.
niew writeups on jamshedpur. there is no place like jamshedpur !!!

cheers !
sanjeev

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