News updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Forest, Land and Water: 25 and 26 March, 2015

26 March 2015 A.Coal & Energy Cabinet Nod for Auction to Import Gas for 31 Idle Power Plants: MoEF nod for Pudimadaka project study: NTPC Invites Tenders for Vizag Plant: Atchutapuram NTPC Impact Report by May: Pollution lens on coal firms: Green energy push: PSBs agree to lend Rs 1.71... Continue Reading →


News updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 27 February, 2015

A.Coal & Energy OPGS to commission its Rs 1,855 crore 300 MW plant in Gujarat: e-Auction for Coal Blocks: Protection of Coastal Areas from Rising Sea Level: Freight charge hike to hit steel, energy sectors: Andhra Pradesh chalks out plans to meet power demand: Food, electricity prices set to rise... Continue Reading →

News on Protests, hungerstrike, dharna, hartal, sit in protest and rally: 23 February, 2015

Adivasis Protest in Chhattisgarh Photo credit: Malini Subramaniam: An adivasi protest in Chhattisgarh is gaining strength – but not getting much attention: VH demands special status for AP: Hyderabad: The senior Congress leader and MP, V Hanumantha Rao, slammed the NDA government for failing to grant special category status to AP: VHR... Continue Reading →

NAPM Condemns Complete annihilation of small farmers in World Agricultural Congress 5-7 Nov.2013

  National Alliance of People’s Movements 304, GKR Mansion, 6-1-89, Lakdikapul, Hyderabad Phone: 9849718364/924656373/ 9010205742 email:   Press Release 07th November 2013   NAPM Condemns Complete annihilation of small farmers in World Agricultural Congress 5-7Nov.2013 Dubbed as "World Annihilation Forum", long back, World Agricultural Forum (WAF) has lived up to that and again succeeded in... Continue Reading →

Farmers Protest in Andhra Pradesh

A large number of farmers conducted a rally in Tuni town of East Godavari district in protest against the government's failure in supplying the seeds to farming community. They demanded the government to control the black market.

Emaar victims seek justice

Nandigram could well be visiting Hyderabad. People whose land were acquired for Emaar, Financial District and other projects in the vicinity have now asked the government to redeem open, utilised plots from the project promoters and either return them the land or pay compensation as per the present market value. According to the “land victims”,... Continue Reading →

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