Telangana Today | Feb 20, 2023
The meeting was chaired by chairperson of the body Ravi Rebbapragada and attended by 15 members belonging to 16 states
Mancherial: Members of Mines, Mineral and People (MMP), a national network of voluntary organisations that works for rights of people affected by mining, held a meeting in Mancherial on Sunday. The meeting was chaired by chairperson of the body Ravi Rebbapragada and attended by 15 members belonging to 11 states.
News Click | Ayaskant Das | 04 Feb 2023
The Supreme Court has set clear deadlines for the settlement of land compensation and rehabilitation issues.
New Delhi: Local communities in an adivasi-dominated district of western Odisha have forcibly shut down at least two coal mines, alleging that outstanding issues pertaining to land compensation and their rehabilitation have not been settled. As a result, operations have remained in complete limbo in Sundargarh district’s Jamkhani and Siarmal open cast projects for over a month, even as government authorities and mine owners have failed to arrive at a consensus with agitating locals.
The Hindu | Jan 17, 2023
‘Adivasis in these areas have been deliberately kept in the dark’
The Human Rights Forum (HRF) demanded that the State Government drop the pumped storage hydroelectric Projects (PSPs) granted to various private entities in the Fifth Schedule region of Alluri Sitarama Raju and Parvathipuram-Manyam districts.
Speaking to The Hindu here on Tuesday, V.S. Krishna, HRF AP and TS Coordination Committee member, said that there are proposals for four PSPs in the Fifth Schedule region that have been cleared by the State Government recently.
The New Indian Express | Jan 08, 2023
However, CM Bhupesh Baghel alleged the embezzlement of the District Mineral Foundation (DMF) funds, which was started by the Modi
RAIPUR: Union home minister Amit Shah’s visit to Korba district in Chhattisgarh turned into an informal launch of a poll campaign for the opposition BJP as he began his speech by taking a pledge from the voters to get rid of the Congress government led by Bhupesh Baghel in the elections due later this year.
The Indian Express | Jan 06, 2023
India last won the hockey World Cup in 1975. With Odisha as its main sponsor, the Indian team is hoping to build on its bronze victory at the 2021 Tokyo Games to clinch the world title this year.
If India wins the Hockey World Cup, the Odisha government will reward each player with Rs 1 crore in cash, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said Thursday, in a bid to raise the team’s competitive spirit as the international tournament begins in the state on January 13.