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Law of the jungle: millions of indigenous Indians face eviction from ancestral homelands in name of wildlife conservation

A Supreme Court decision could see forest-dwelling families across the country forced off their ancestral homelands unless they can prove their claims.

30 Mar 2019 - 10:33PM

A Supreme Court decision could see forest-dwelling families across the country forced off their ancestral homelands unless they can prove their claims.

Law of the jungle: millions of indigenous Indians face eviction from ancestral homelands in name of wildlife conservation
Why is Modi’s ‘clean energy’ India bankrolling dirty coal?

Even with the cost of renewables dropping 50 per cent in recent years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government still pressures banks to loan money to the coal industry.

27 Jul 2018 - 7:31PM

Even with the cost of renewables dropping 50 per cent in recent years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government still pressures banks to loan money to the coal industry.

Why is Modi’s ‘clean energy’ India bankrolling dirty coal?
Planned ‘pharma city’ to pump out cheap Indian drugs is making villagers sick with anger

Officials in Hyderabad promise that an industrial estate will not only help India end its reliance on China for key pharmaceutical chemicals but also improve the lives of residents. But villagers aren’t buying it.

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Officials in Hyderabad promise that an industrial estate will not only help India end its reliance on China for key pharmaceutical chemicals but also improve the lives of residents. But villagers aren’t buying it.

Planned ‘pharma city’ to pump out cheap Indian drugs is making villagers sick with anger
How Uygurs and Tibetans found unity in Kashmir
The truth-vigilantes fighting India’s fake news
Maoist rebels, rights abuses, and India’s ‘greatest internal threat’
Who’s to blame for Bangalore’s mass molestation ‘night of shame’?
Samyeling, home to Delhi's Tibetan exile community