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A road at the centre of a ‘human safari’ scandal in the Andaman Islands is still open, exactly ten years after India’s Supreme Court ordered its closure.
One of the world’s most controversial mines is back in the spotlight after hundreds protested against renewed efforts to mine India’s Niyamgiri Hills.
Security forces are reported to be cracking down on the Dongria Kondh tribe as they prepare for a religious festival on India’s most contentious mountain.
The International Olympic Committee has told Indian officials that Olympic sponsor Dow was not responsible for the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy
The United Nations have been urged to put pressure on India to bring an end to “human safaris” in the Andaman Islands.
Christian Aid has backed continuing UK aid to India as an important intervention aimed at helping people living in abject poverty.
MPs in the UK have tabled a motion calling on the Indian Government to close the llegal road through the Jarawa tribe's reserve in the Andaman Islands.
The president of the Catholic Bishops Conference of India says that the widening gap between rich and poor is "a matter of serious concern for the church".
Eight guards from India’s Border Security Force have been suspended from duty for torturing a Bangladeshi caught on the border with India.
More than 6,000 Indian villagers have been forced from their homes and a number killed by Cyclone Thane, Christian Aid reports today.
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