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The WAR for STEEL - Documentary by Basudev Mahapatra

 

South Korean steel producer POSCO's steel plant project in the eastern province of Odisha, in India, has landed in a zone of war between people and their elected government. Local villagers are strongly opposing to the project that is planned against nature, environment, the marine ecology and, above all, a sustainable agrarian economy that have offered ample opportunities to thousands of families for a good or, at least, standard living. The state, by using its police forces, is engaged in curbing the democratic struggle. At least, five innocent lives are lost in this battle between people and their elected government.

 

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A good harvest brings no relief to Odisha Farmers

 

 

Sambalpur, Odisha (India): Always in trouble because of natural disasters like drought and flood, the farmers of Odisha's Sambalpur are finding no relief even when there is a good harvest. They do not get special price for fine variety paddy nor all of them are fortunate to get their payment against crop immediately after selling. Minimum Support Price is still the issue they have been fighting for.

 
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Abhay Sahu on People's movement against POSCO

       

 

     

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