Three Burning Spots - Excerpt from Civil Society Magazine (July 2011)
Jun 30, 2011
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Civil Society magazine’s July 2011 issue deals with trouble and discontent in Jagatsinghpur (Odisha), Raigarh (Chhatisgarh) and Jaitapur (Maharashtra) in the context of India’s environment and development debate. Please read the attached “Three Burning Spots” by Kanchi Kohl.

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