Vedanta aluminium a health hazard


Dongria Kondh of Orissa, India threatened by British mining firm Vedanta from Survival International on Vimeo.

Leaks from a vast reservoir of toxic residue at the Vedanta aluminium refinery in Orissa, India, have created a “ticking time bomb” that puts the health of thousands of families in the area at risk, Amnesty International warned: here.

Controversial India-based mining company Vedanta was again the subject of an angry protest in London yesterday: here.

India’s Cabinet has approved a proposal to buy 10 US C-17 military aircraft for more than $4 billion (£2.4bn), the largest ever arms deal between the two states: here.

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