Your cover story “Shame in Singur” made a serious reading. If Tatas wants to open a car shop in Kolkota, why does he need a middleman? Why can''t he approach the land owners'' directly? Let the Tatas deal with them directly and pay the suitable price for it. Instead his middle man dealings made the matter worse. The Mamtas and Buddhas'' made the matter worse. The Tatas’ prestigious achievement of acquiring the Corus has become the biggest for an Indian company, positioning it at the fifth place amongst the world’s top steel manufacturers. Every Indian is proud of it indeed. At the same time the present generation of Tatas should not forget their fathers’ legacy. Do they really need a fertile and prime land for opening of a car manufacturing unit? Let the present Tata make note of the precious words of their founder. "To lead people you have to lead them with affection". Let this be the motto of the new generation Tatas.