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HOW TO DESTROY INDIA’S COASTS AND AGGRAVATE CLIMATE CHANGE

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History will judge India’s Central Government, the Orissa State Government and the Ministry of Environment and
Forests harshly. In their haste to curry favour with Foreign Direct Investors and powerful people, they have turned into
rubber stamps for the destruction of India. Principled officers are virtually hounded out of the MoEF, cronyism and
groupism is the order of the day and many believe that ignorance, avarice and arrogance are now its hallmarks. This
meticulous piece by Kanchi Kohli and Manju Menon underscores just one of the many conspiracies hatched by the
leaders of our country and within the Ministry of Environment and Forests, which has proved unequal to the task of
protecting the ecological security of India

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Written by janjagriti

December 21, 2008 at 6:39 pm

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  1. dear sir, the greed of corrupt govt. officials is behind all this conspiracy to hand over our forests to companies.little they know that 3/4 of the life saving drugs were sourced from forests.there are many more drugs that are still waiting to be discovered for our present day incurable diseases as well as future ones.whatever wealth these officials may make still they cannot save their children and grandchildren from deadly diseases they may contract in future.
    Even a poor country like vietnam refused permission for bauxite mining way back in 1980 when the russians warned of ecological disaster due to the project.
    But i beleive in peoples power.

    DR.P.Vijayan

    January 16, 2009 at 7:08 am


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