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Amnesty has welcomed a ruling by India’s Supreme Court over a long-running battle between mining company Vedanta Resources and indigenous communities in Orissa.
A rally of defiance has taken place at the foothills of India’s Niyamgiri Hills by thousands of tribal people opposing to Vedanta’s controversial mine.
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
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.
Vedanta Resources will face vocal protests at its AGM today, as NGOs urge the company to give up on their notorious Niyamgiri mine in Orissa, India.
The FTSE 100 mining giant Vedanta is challenging a ban on mining the sacred mountain of India’s Dongria Kondh tribe.
The Indian government has blocked Vedanta Resources’ plan to expand its highly controversial alumina refinery below the Niyamgiri hills in Orissa.
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.
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