Vedanta ‘in total contempt of the law’ says Indian government

Ecologist: Damning Indian government report says British-owned mining company's plans should be blocked, as two local tribal campaigners are abducted British-owned mining giant Vedanta Resources has been dealt another blow after the Indian government criticised its latest plans to mine for bauxite in a remote part of eastern India considered sacred by the indigenous population. Earlier this year major investors including the Church of England pulled investments from the company, saying ......

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