as talking to my friend and she noticed me. "Is that it?" I asked. "Yes, it's just some old lady sitting at the kitchen sink and I had a small amount of leftover rice. She said she had been cooking for this whole restaurant for a couple of years and I found her sitting on a chair at the table with a bag of chips on top, she was the one who told me to eat the chips and they were sitting on top of each other and she was really upset with me for doing so." "What's wrong with her?" I asked. "She looks so young and I didn't have any idea from first glance that you'd get her pregnant for her to eat chips and they're just the first week of the season. She's the first to throw up when she's working. And it's very stressful. You're not going anywhere and she's in a horrible position. I really don't know why she does that or anything, but it did really hurt. I think that bec ause of all that work she was doing, she was very, very afraid of the pregnancy. She was really angry. She was upset." "You know why you think that?" I pointed out. "Because of what happened. I think what happened to me was the first week and then everything turned around and I was really sad." "Oh my goodness, you shoulse to around 40 percent of India's automobile industry and 45 percent of auto components industry. A large number of automotive companies including Royal enfield, Hyundai, Renault, Robert Bosch, Nissan Motors, Ashok Leyland, Yamaha Motor, Daimler AG, Caterpillar Inc., Komatsu Limited, BharatBenz, Ford, BMW, Citroën and Mitsubishi have manufacturing plants in Chennai. The Heavy Vehicles Factory at Avadi produces military vehicles, including India's main battle tank: Arjun MBT. The Integral Coach Factory manufactures railway coaches and other rolling stock for Indian Railways. The Ambattur–Padi industrial zone houses man y textile manufacturers, and a special economic zone (SEZ) for apparel and footwear manufacturing has been set up in the southern suburbs of the city. Chennai contributes more than 50 percent of India's leather expor