Tribal peoples like the Dongria Kondh have spoken out passionately against the expansion of Vedanta's refinery at the foot of the Niyamgiri Hills. Survival Tribal people in India have passionately spoken out against British mining giant Vedanta ... Survival, 3 weeks ago
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Freedom to be green | Ritwick Dutta Sometime in 2001, in the temple town of Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, lawyer Ritwick Dutta had his moment of epiphany. He was trying to assimilate the proceedings of a public hearing for the Kalpakkam nuclear ...Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
31st July 2014 Today, hundreds of angry activists of Krantikari Yuva Sangathan (KYS) as well as students and workers from across the city gathered outside the Jor Bagh office of the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF), Government of India. ...Ecologist, 3 weeks ago
BHAWANIPATNA: Vedanta's proposal for expansion of its alumina plant at Lanjigarh got a positive response from the locals here on Wednesday. A public hearing over the proposal was held at Lanjigarh by the Odisha State Pollution Control Board, which ...New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
proposal to expand Aluminium refinery capacity from one million tons to six million tons STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Bhubaneswar/Bhawanipatna, 30 July Despite the acute shortage of bauxite and no firm mining source for over six years, the Sesa ...The Statesman, 3 weeks ago
s Author: Bahar Dutt Publisher: HarperCollins, Rs250 Green Wars shines a red light to ecocidal and genocidal path of maldevelopment on which we are rushing headlong, crushing the very foundations of our sustenance, says Dr Vandana Shiva ...New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago
Of the 22 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and donor agencies named in the Intelligence Bureau (IB) report submitted to the government earlier this month, only 11 are registered with the Home Ministry under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) ...Indian Express, 2 months ago Only 11 of 22 NGOs in IB report are FCRA compliant, none filed 13-14 statement Indian Express, 2 months ago
News reports say that the non-governmental organisation, Greenpeace, will need Home Ministry approval to receive foreign funds. The Intelligence Bureau according to reports in the Indian Express has called the NGO a threat to India's economic ...IBNLive India News, 2 months ago
How cash-flush NGOs are often in cahoots with global giants is sharply illustrated in this exclusive extract on the mining sector from the recently published book Neta, Babu and Subsidy by Sandip Sen Game plan Some MNCs try to use NGOs for ...Tehelka, 2 months ago
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