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India’s Dongria Kondh tribe has overwhelmingly rejected plans by British mining giant Vedanta Resources for an open-pit bauxite mine in their sacred Niyamgiri Hills.
Mining giant Vedanta Resources has been humiliated ahead of its AGM after tribal villages in India voted against its plans to build a bauxite mine on their sacred mountain.
India’s Dongria Kondh tribe has sent a strong message to Anil Agarwal, chairman of Vedanta Resources, ahead of the company's AGM in London
India’s Supreme Court is to consider a new attempt to give a green-light to FTSE 100 Vedanta Resources’ bauxite mine in Orissa state, east India.
The FTSE 100 mining giant Vedanta is challenging a ban on mining the sacred mountain of India’s Dongria Kondh tribe.
Following the Dongria Kondh's groundbreaking defence of their mountain homeland, the Indian Prime Minister has created a new committee for tribal rights.
India’s Environment Minister has blocked Vedanta Resources’ controversial plan to mine bauxite on the sacred hills of the Dongria Kondh tribe.
A devastating report from the Indian government says Vendanta has acted 'with total contempt for the law' in planning to mine on Dongria Kondh tribal land.
Amnesty International calls on the Indian authorities to investigate the abduction of indigenous leaders campaigning against a bauxite mine project in Orissa.
Two leaders of the peaceful struggle of the Dongria Kondh people against Vendanta Resources' plans for a bauxite mine on their tribal lands have been abducted.
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