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Nov 08, 2018
As Congress and BJP spar over poll issues, Adivasi farmers of Bastar fight for land acquired for industrialisation 5 years agoTata Steel signed a memorandum of understanding with the Raman Singh-led Chhattisgarh govt in 2005 to set up a Rs 19,500 crore plant in Bastar. It involved acquiring 5,000 acres of land across 10 villages for the plant that proposed to create 5.5 million tonnes of steel per annum. The state started acquiring land 2008-09 onwards.
Aug 01, 2018
Sundarbans forest threatened by heedless industrialisation says UN expert, urges Bangladesh govt to take actionDespite UNESCO objections, the Bangladesh government has approved more than 320 industrial projects in the area, including a massive coal-fired power plant.
Jul 30, 2018
Narendra Modi's reassurance to corporates will pave the way for development in Uttar Pradesh, says AssochamAssocham's president also urged the UP Chief Minister to monitor the implementation of investment projects to create employment opportunities for the state.
Mar 18, 2018
Centre's refusal to confer special status to Andhra has given Chandrababu Naidu chance to overcome anti-incumbencyChandrababu Naidu has successfully used people's discontent over Centre's refusal to confer special status to Andhra Pradesh as an instrument to avoid the sporadic disgruntlement over the non-implementation of several promises made by TDP in 2014
Sep 25, 2017
Shiv Sena attacks BJP over rise in fuel prices, asks why hurricane did not affect costs in USThe Shiv Sena on Monday attacked the BJP over the rise in fuel prices, saying if a hurricane in the US was responsible for it then why the rates did not go up in that country and Europe.
Jul 25, 2017
Nitin Gadkari barb on driverless cars: Terming technology as job-killer is a historic blunderAdapting to new technology is inevitable for any developing country. Nitin Gadkari should understand it will be a cardinal mistake if India holds back
Jun 12, 2017
Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh farmer protest due to impoverishment of agri sector, say expertsFarmers are struggling hard to meet their input expenses due to a drop in prices of agriculture produce, which agricultural experts attribute to the rising cost of farming, the haphazard use of fertlisers, and failed government policies over the years.
May 18, 2017
10 nuke reactors to create 33,400 jobs; Rs 70,000 cr orders likely for domestic companiesModi said the decision would 'transform' the domestic nuclear industry.
Oct 05, 2016
Jobs on threat: Automation may take away 69% jobs in India, says World BankMechanisation and technology have disrupted traditional industrial production, upended manual jobs and call time on the work that has been done by generations of families.
Jun 03, 2016
23,716 Industrial Projects Replace Forests Over 30 YearsOver the last 30 years, forests nearly two-thirds the size of Haryana have been lost to encroachments and industrial projects, according to government data.