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Maoists, cops engage in heavy firing in Niyamgiri
New Delhi Pioneer

Maoists, cops engage in heavy firing in Niyamgiri

exchanges of fire took place between the Maoists and security forces on Tuesday at about 9.45 am while a combing operation was on in Lakhpadara village in Niyamagiri hill range under Kalyan Singhpur police limits. The ultras exploded a landmine ... New Delhi Pioneer, 6 days ago

How the government steals tribal land

'Which one of us would give up our flats for development?''We insist that others, who are unwilling but weak, make all the sacrifices on our behalf and then we are puzzled when there is violence against the State,' says Aakar Patel.   Ten years ago, in 2006, Lata Mangeshkar announced she would leave India if a flyover was built in front of her mansion on Mumbai's Peddar Road. She said first that it would affect her voice, and then later that 'If there is drilling on the road, the ...
 Rediff.com19 hours ago

The real constitution doesn't work in tribal areas: Vidhya Das

Establishing and running a non-profit establishment, Agragamee, that works with some of the most impoverished, marginalised and underprivileged tribal communities in India, Vidhya Das is a beacon of hope in the densely forested area of Odisha. As ...
 Navhind Times1 week ago

Maoist Posters Found in Rayagada

RAYAGADA: Maoist posters and banners were found in three villages under Rayagada district on Thursday. In the posters put up at Kalyansinghpur and Hatamuniguda villages under Bissamcuttack and Dahikhal village in Muniguda block, the ultras called ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Vedanta Ltd. - Cheap Valuation Makes It An Opportunistic Buy

Summary Stock price has fallen sharply due to a fall in global commodity prices. Company is better placed than peers due to large portfolio of cheap assets and proximity to the fastest growing major economy. Risk is a prolonged stagnation ...
 Seeking Alpha1 month ago

'Modi is doing a fantastic job'

  'The Prime Minister is doing his best to improve the image of India'. 'I am sure the government will succeed; I do not want to be proved wrong'. 'Making money should not be a sin'. Anil Agarwal, below, left, has an ability to brush aside his worries with a cheerful smile as he reasserts his faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who 'has no personal agenda' according to him. In an interview with Shyamal Majumdar and Jyoti Mukul, the 61-year-old chairman of Vedanta Resources says making ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Business Standard India

Government should not push any company to crutches: Anil Agarwal

Anil Agarwal has an ability to brush aside his worries with a cheerful smile as he reasserts his faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who "has no personal agenda" according to him. In an interview with Shyamal Majumdar & Jyoti Mukul, the ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

'You can't bribe nature'

'You have to respect nature. You won't respect nature unless you see nature's fury.' IMAGE: National Disaster Relief Force personnel rescue marooned Chennai residents. Environmentalist Nityanand Jayaraman is against the corporatisation of the environment. A social activist, he works for the voluntary anti-corporate collective, the Vettiver Koottamaippu. Jayaraman tells Shobha Warrier/ the reasons for Chennai's disaster. Some experts describe what happened in Chennai as a result of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Counter Currents

Dongria tribals move OHRC against police 'excesses'

BHUBANESWAR: Dongria Kondh tribals on Monday urged the Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) here to direct the state government to stop police excesses against them. They also requested the rights panel to help them in getting basic amenities in ...
 Times of India1 month ago Dongoria Kondhs Knock OHRC Doors against Police Brutality  New Indian Express1 month ago Odisha human rights body seeks report on alleged police excesses on tribals  The Hindu1 month ago Conflicts Between Business Interests And Human Rights In the State of Odisha, India  Counter Currents2 months ago

Aditya Sinha Column: Mumbai can get India thinking

By Aditya Sinha | Posted 1 hour With the sway it holds over popular culture, if anyone can get India thinking, it's this city I miss living in Mumbai. After a four-year stay in Chennai and two-plus in Mumbai, we returned to Delhi in 2013.
 Mid Day1 month ago
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