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  • Forest Beat Guard threatening to kill, tries assaulting women protesters in Mahan

    On July 1st, we villagers went to protest against the company’s surreptitious works in the forest. A company broker and Forest Beat Guard- Dinesh Ratnakar tried throwing stones at us; but the labors working there took the stones from their hands. Dinesh Ratnakar threatened us saying, ‘this is my forest and I allow company to work here. Anyone coming to stop the work here would be a criminal, and I can kill that person!’ Read More

  • ‘Development’, who do you serve? Not us, for sure!

    JAGNARAYAN (Mahan Sangharsh Samiti member) from AMELIA, SINGRAULI, MADHYA PRADESH - “We heard about the IB report from media. I reject the report’s allegation that Greenpeace is a hindrance to our economic growth, as false! Development means progress that is for all!
    Right now in India, the word ‘development’ only helps businessmen and city dwellers to ‘grow’ more. But it is us, the village dwellers, who have to deal with the ugly side to it. Read More

  • Radio Sangharsh submits memorandum to District Magistrate

    Radio Sangharsh is making its place among the people in Mahan region of Singrauli. Giving a voice to the struggles of the villagers. We, apart from giving a platform to rural problems, also strive to see those solved with the help of the listeners. Last Saturday (31st May’14), we have submitted a memorandum to the District Magistrate– M. Salvendran about (1) reports on water crisis and (2) bribery practices of the Patwaris in Amelia and Budher village. Read More

  • Impact - out of order handpumps in Amelia are repaired now

    Virendra (from Amelia) tells us about the impact his call to Radio Sangharsh brought. Few days ago he reported to Radio Sangharsh about the four out of order handpumps and water scarcity in his village for one month. After his report, the handpumps have now been repaired. Read More

  • “all the Mahua trees in Mahan forest probably produce in a year the worth of a company that’s trying to cut them!”

    Ajay Gujjar says the above with a humor. He elucidates that the people in Mahan are self sufficient for generations, earning enough to run their families and most importantly, they are happy. Call Ajay to know more about what’s happening - 8224847472 Read More

  • Forest Beat Guard threatening to kill, tries assaulting women protesters in Mahan

    On July 1st, we villagers went to protest against the company’s surreptitious works in the forest. A company broker and Forest Beat Guard- Dinesh Ratnakar tried throwing stones at us; but the labors working there took the stones from their hands. Dinesh Ratnakar threatened us saying, ‘this is my forest and I allow company to work here. Anyone coming to stop the work here would be a criminal, and I can kill that person!’ Read More

  • ‘Development’, who do you serve? Not us, for sure!

    JAGNARAYAN (Mahan Sangharsh Samiti member) from AMELIA, SINGRAULI, MADHYA PRADESH - “We heard about the IB report from media. I reject the report’s allegation that Greenpeace is a hindrance to our economic growth, as false! Development means progress that is for all!
    Right now in India, the word ‘development’ only helps businessmen and city dwellers to ‘grow’ more. But it is us, the village dwellers, who have to deal with the ugly side to it. Read More

  • Radio Sangharsh submits memorandum to District Magistrate

    Radio Sangharsh is making its place among the people in Mahan region of Singrauli. Giving a voice to the struggles of the villagers. We, apart from giving a platform to rural problems, also strive to see those solved with the help of the listeners. Last Saturday (31st May’14), we have submitted a memorandum to the District Magistrate– M. Salvendran about (1) reports on water crisis and (2) bribery practices of the Patwaris in Amelia and Budher village. Read More

  • Impact - out of order handpumps in Amelia are repaired now

    Virendra (from Amelia) tells us about the impact his call to Radio Sangharsh brought. Few days ago he reported to Radio Sangharsh about the four out of order handpumps and water scarcity in his village for one month. After his report, the handpumps have now been repaired. Read More

  • “all the Mahua trees in Mahan forest probably produce in a year the worth of a company that’s trying to cut them!”

    Ajay Gujjar says the above with a humor. He elucidates that the people in Mahan are self sufficient for generations, earning enough to run their families and most importantly, they are happy. Call Ajay to know more about what’s happening - 8224847472 Read More

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