Vedanta bosses clash with protestors over pollution and human rights

Guardian: Anger erupted inside and outside Vedanta's annual meeting on Wednesday as campaigners protested against the mining company's environmental and human rights record. Scores of people picketed the building where the gathering was being held in London and chanted slogans against the firm, which has been at the centre of a row over corporate social responsibility. The board, led by Anil Agarwal, whose family control 62% of the shares, faced a barrage of hostile questions from shareholders and representatives......

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