What will one tribe have to do to save everything they know? UPDATE: Victory! The Dongria Kondh have stopped Vedanta from mining their sacred mountain. http://bit.ly/azK6eR http://www.survivalinternational.org/mine Mine, narrated by Joanna Lumley, tells the story of the remote Dongria Kondh tribe's struggle to protect Niyamgiri, the mountain they worship as a God. London-based mining company Vedanta Resources plans a vast open-pit bauxite mine in India's Niyamgiri hills, and the Dongria Kondh know that means the destruction of their forests, their way of life, and their mountain God. Music by Skin and Robot Club.
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This documjentary is based on orissa`s natural wealth,it is very huge & it has gud quality. it supplies from here all over. all are natural,this documentary is produced by s.k.music,it is silent documentary.it is directed by sandeep tiwari.I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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http://www.minefilm.com There are 8,000 Dongria Kondh living in the Niyamgiri Hills in Orissa, India. They worship and protect Niyamgiri mountain and consider themselves the royal descendents of the mountain god. Mining firm Vedanta Resources has plans to mine Niyamgiri, and with it destroy the Dongria Kondh's way of life. Help the Dongria Kondh now at http://www.survival-international.org/dongria
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In the late 1980s the Gandhamardan hills in Odisha’s Bargarh district were home to a powerful people’s movement. Not unlike today’s Niyamgiri movement, that too was a cry of the people of the land to save their forest, their Gandhamardan Hill from Bauxite mining. The movement was successful in bringing the Government’s plans to a halt; now almost 30 years later, Gandhamardan and its neighbouring areas face the threat of rampant mining like never before. Community Correspondent Saroj Kumar Suna has grown up around such people’s movements. Primarily a Dalit rights activist Saroj was moved and inspired by the stories he had from Gandhamardan. Around October 2013 in a meeting with fellow Community Correspondents, Saroj decided that more such positive stories and community successes needed to be documented. When members of the Gandhamardan Protection committee organised a celebration, he went over to document it and met with some of the stalwarts of the movement. He says: “ The government has signed so many new MoUs with different companies in Niyamgiri, Baphla hills and Siji hills in Kashpur district… The people here do not want these projects. The Gandhamardan resistance movement is still an inspiring force for those of us fighting today.” Jambabati Bijira was one of the most known and powerful faces of this movement. On one morning in 1986 she led hundreds of women to the road in a final bid to protect their hill. Now pushing 60 her eyes still dance with sparks as she recalls: “When we stopped them they told us to clear the roads; we refused to do so. We said ‘You will break the hill. We will not leave’ and we hundreds of women sat on the road… Police forces threatened us from all sides but we remained defiant.” Why are people resisting? “They are bringing development through speedy industrialisation. They are becoming agents and touts and taking away our rights… Wake up today, rise up today,” sings Ajit Panigrahi of the ‘revolution’ coming. Whether, the anti-POSCO movement or Niyamgiri or Lower Suktel anti-dam movement—people who live on this land have been unanimous in their opposition to development projects. Their opposition cannot be written off as a baseless argument; it is entrenched in their experience (http://www.easternpanorama.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1337:gandhamardan-the-bauxite-battleground&catid=69:april-) of the devastation extractive projects have caused to their land over the years. Around 80% (http://www.sacw.net/article5199.html) of Odisha’s Scheduled Tribes and communities like marginal peasants, Dalits and adivasis live in such forested areas that fall in the mining belt. Already marginalised, they are even more threatened by mining projects. What is worse: instead of bringing in the promised jobs, infrastructure and finances, the projects do just the opposite. They have turned back the clock for economies that once were self-sustaining. The recent news about people’s consent (http://www.amnesty.org.in/show/news/vedanta-refinery-expansion-should-not-be-approved-without-remediation/) being forged in neighbouring Lanjigarh for a project by Vedanta and of the same being done in Mahan, Madhya Pradesh is disconcerting to say the least. A trend has already been set where all means are justified for the government or a company to set up projects in such areas. The trend can just as easily be reversed. You and I can join those fighting for lands and livelihoods and different ways of life. As Ajit sings in his song: “Wake up today, rise up today,”
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BEST ENGINEEGING AND MINING COLLEGE IN ODISHA,INDIA. ADARSHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND INTERNATIONAL POLYTECNIC ,ANGUL,ODISHA,INDIA. インドのODISHAにある最高のエンジニアリングと鉱業学科。 ЛУЧШИЙ ENGINEEGING И ГОРНО колледжем в Odisha, Индия. MEJOR COLEGIO DE INGENIERÍA Y MINERÍA EN ODISHA, INDIA. Introducing Adarsh College of Engineering (ACE) is one of the top engineering colleges in Odisha that has been recognized by DGMS, Dhanbad for it Mining engineering. The college has been awarded with ISO 9001: 2008 certifications from PCMS in 2010 for its world class infrastructure and quality education in different spheres of engineering. The core academic processes and civil supporting services are strictly followed and scrutinized according to ISO standards, where the students' satisfaction and quality of education are given prior importance. Adarsha College of Engineering (Degree).B.Tech M.TECH Adarsha School of Engineering and International Polytechnic (Diploma). Adarsha Industrial Training Institute (ITI). Branches ------- Computer Science Engg Civil Engg Electrical Engg Electronics and communication Engg. Electrical and Electronics Engg Mechanical Engg Mining Engg Contacts Details At - Adarsha Vihar, Near R.T.O, NH-55, P.o- Angul, PIN- 759122, Odisha E-mail : [email protected], [email protected] Mob. No. 08895364599,08599005343 Phone - 06764 - 214015 / 214133 Website : http://www.adarshaengg.com/ This video is captured by manually and uploaded by public interest.
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In this video we take you to the market where mainly women from the Dongria and Desia Kondh and Bonda Tribe do their shopping. The villages of these famous tribes of Odisha are protected against outsiders and cannot be visited but the weekly markets outside the villages can be visited. The indigenous Dongria tribes live in the Niyamgiri high hill range and walk once in a week to the down hill market to sale their horticultural products like seasonal fruits and vegetables and in exchange buy live chicken, salt, kerosene etc. The Niyamgiri high hill range is an area with densely forested hills, deep gorges and cascading brooks. To be a Dongria Kondh is to farm the hills’ fertile slopes, harvest their produce, and worship the mountain god Niyam Raja and the hills he presides over, including the 4,000 meter Mountain of the Law, Niyam Dongar. The habitat of the Dongria is threatened by a large mining company that wants to dig up the mountain for the production of bauxite. It makes the Dongria very suspicious. They protect their habitat and culture fanatically. Rightly so! But a visit to the weekly Chatikona / Bissamcuttack marketis a nice and colorful event. The Dongria have striking jewelery, tattoos and hairstyles. Women wear many rings through their ears and three through their noses, while boys wear two nose rings. Dongria girls wear clips in their hair and rings and beads around their necks. The second market we visit is the market where the people of the Bonda or Remo tribe come to buy and sell . The Bonda tribe is one of the most interesting tribes of India. Bonda ladies are very pretty as they adorn their upper body with various beaded chains, jewellary, and metal chains. Bonda means: naked people. The ladys used to be dressed with only a bunch of necklaces made of colorful beads covering their body. Now they also wear a loincloth and shawl to as a cover for their body. The Bonda tribes sell their homemade alcohol in this market. You have the great opportunity to meet this community and to deal with it and if you want to share a drink with them. Also meet one lady of the native Gadaba tribe. www.travelbyphoto.nl
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POSCO steel plant is always a big issue in Orissa politics. BJP opposing it without tribal settlement. Many others are opposing South Korean steel maker Posco's mining project in jagatsinghpur district of Orissa. Posco's Rs 51,000-crore project hangs in balance over the fate of the lease for this mining project. The final call on the project now rests with the mines ministry. Rajya Sabha TV Team (Panchanan Mishra- Senior reporter) took view of the issue in Loksabha Election of 2014.
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A motivational documentary meant for Lakhanpur O/C Project employees. Mis - directed by-Ashish B.Clarence, concept-Sri M.B.Pappulwar, Produced by-Safety Dept. ( under Sri M.R.Das), Scrpit by- Shri Ashok Guha (Engineer, Bhilai Steel Plant), Music by-Shri Rajna Masih(SECL,Bilaspur)
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Shri Dharmendra Pradhan raises Coal tragedy of Sundargarh in Parliament: http://bit.ly/1dNSodn. Urges inquiry and adequate compensation New Delhi: September 3, 2013 Rajya Sabha Member and BJP National General Secretary Dharmendra Pradhan raised the issue of coal tragedy of Sundargarh in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday in which 12 bodies have been recovered so far. Raising the issue the Rajya Sabha member blamed Cola Ministry, Labour Department's Director General of Mining Safety and State Government which is responsible for resettlement issues. Saying that Sundargarh is a scheduled district, Mr Pradhan said mining was going on without the local tribals being evicted and resettled as per mandatory rules. He urged Govt. to institute a judicial inquiry so that tribal can get justice and adequate compensation. He demanded immediate ban on mining activities where the villagers are still living without being resettled. The Rajya Sabha MP, who visited the spot immediately after the incident on August 11, apprehended that more than 30 people still under the debris as informed by local people. The MP informed the house that though he personally took the shocking incident to the Coal Minister himself and urged his intervention to send a team of inquiry, the Minister refused to at act and abdicated his responsibility. The MP expressed concern that though FIR has been registered on the shocking tragedy no action has been against anybody so far. Connect with us : • Twitter → http://www.twitter.com/BJP4India • Facebook → http://www.facebook.com/bjp4india • Yuva TV at Twitter → http://www.twitter.com/YuvaiTV • BJP Live internet TV → http://www.yuva4india.tv/ Subscribe YouTube Videos BJP : http://bit.ly/14npCIV
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The top 10 richest people in the Odisha 2018. Below I've put together a list of 10 of the richest persons from Odisha. 10- Madhusudan Sahu (Share Holder of many MNC, Mining Business) 9- Prem Patnaik (Industrialist and Brother of Naveen Patnaik, Chief Minister of Orissa) 8- KJS Allhuwalia (Mining Business) 7- Indrani Patnaik(Mining Business) 6- Ajit Jain ( CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Company) 5- S.N.Mohanty Group 4- B.D.Patnaik (Mining firms) 3- Dilip Kumar Ray (Mayfair Hotels & Resorts) 2- Mahimananda Mishra (OSL Group) 1- Bansidhar Panda (IMFA,Ortel group etc) What do you think of these richest men and women of Odisha? Comment below and let us know. Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for «fair use» for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of «fair use». The recent amendments to the Copyright Act of 1976 pertain to music. «Fair use» remains in force for film and video. No copyright intended. All content used in adherence to Fair Use copyright law. Copyright issue? Send us a message and we'll get it resolved.
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Lado Sikaka, leader of the Dongria Kondh's anti-mining struggle was either illegally arrested on 9 August 2010 (World Indigenous People's Day) or was abducted by hired goons of Vedanta and has been taken to an undisclosed location. Along with him is another leader of the Dongria Kondh, Sana Majhi. It is being feared that both men are being tortured in captivity.
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Click the 'bell' icon and Subscribe! For always being informed, and entertained find us here: News Website: https://www.odisha.live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/odishalive Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/odishalive Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/odishalive SNM -- the S N MOHANTY Group engages people's lives with a presence in Mining, steel manufacturing, power project, infrastructure development, power production, extending direct market linkage to small & marginal farmers of Odisha & CSR activities in area of health education charity etc. The Group had its humble beginning as a mining firm, founded in 1980 by Late Surendra Nath Mohanty a man of meagre means. At a time when private enterprises were just beginning to take firm root in the state, SNM's mining unit grew into a multifaceted economic conglomerate. Over the years, the mining company further expanded its business into manufacturing, power production, infrastructure development, solar power generation as leading business activities along with corporate social activities in the nature of agricultural development, health hospitality, and educational house under the banner of SNM Charitable Trust. These flourishing business sectors of the SNM Group re-affirm its position as one of the leading indigenous private business groups, renowned for its efficient administration, commitment to quality and comprehensive response to market needs. S.N. MOHANTY: M/s. S.N. Mohanty was founded as a Mining company in the year 1980. The firm is engaged in Iron ore Mining, Manganese Ore mining and Bauxite since last 3 decades, catering to the requirement of Metal Industries within the state of Odisha and outside. SURENDRA MINING INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD: Surendra Mining Industries Pvt. Ltd. is incorporated in the year 1992 by SNM Group for adding value to their own Mineral Production. SMIPL is MOU signed company for production of 0.25 MTPA steel in the district of Sundargarh and is presently achieved 0.10 MTPA of Steel billet production and 12 MW of CPP. VISHAL METALLICS PVT. LTD: Vishal Metallics Pvt. Ltd. was acquired by SNM Group in the year 2007 and presently having 2x100 TPD DRI unit at Bonai in Sundargarh district. SURENDRA AGRITECH PVT. LTD: Surendra Agritech Pvt. Ltd. is a comparatively new company floated by SNM Group especially for the development marginal farmers of Odisha and currently having 12 no. Of vegetables & fruits outlets in the brand name of "UDYAN FRESH" in Bhubaneswar & Cuttack. SURENDRA POWER TECH PVT. LTD: Surendra Power Tech Private Limited is completely New Company floated in the year 2012 as small scale industry for the production of Aluminium cable & conductor to cater the need of future modernisation the state. SNM SOLAR: Recently SNM Group has diversified their vision for Green Odisha & set up a 1 MW Solar Power Plant at Patapur, Trishulia in the district of Cuttack in the year 2011 under Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM). --- A MediaLearning Web Production. Produced for OdishaLIVE Web Channel: www.odishalive.tv (A Web Initiative of Academy for Media Learning Private Limited) M-6, Samanta Vihar, Near Kalinga Hospital, Bhubaneswar-751017 (Odisha). Email: [email protected], [email protected] Tel: +91-674-2303311 Produced and broadcast in public interest. Copyright Statement: All rights reserved 'Academy for Media Learning Private Limited'. This content is available for mass viewing only through this platform or through any other platform as presented by Academy for Media Learning Private Limited from time to time. Any unauthorised download of this content for any personal or commercial use is restricted. Unauthorised use of the content or any part of the same for mass viewing or broadcast or use in other productions without written permission of the producer is illegal and may violate copyright laws.
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There are many injustices that my community has to face on a daily basis but you may never head of us because our problems are never on the news. I tried to document just one such injustice on my camera to show you the conditions in which my community survives. In retaliation, I was roughed up, threatened and bullied by an 'influential' local person. The authorities and officials all the way to the district level have been mute spectators to the entire event. They've given me empty assurances when I demanded justice. I cannot trust them to bring change. Me and my community are asking for your support. Around 6 months ago from today, I had noticed some mining activity in the village of Lochapali. I asked around and found that it was a laterite mining operation. They had dug up a huge pit- around 200mts wide and 300mts long. Along the periphery of the pit at a distance of less than 20 mts away were around 10 to 15 houses of an adivasi settlement and also the main panchayat road which connects the village together. It seemed like a suspicious operation. With its proximity to the community, it was putting people's lives at risk. Come night and any unfortunate individual or a playing child could fall into the unguarded and unlit pit. The Odisha government has clearly stipulated that any mining activity should take place atleast 50mts away from the nearest public spaces and roads. I carried out some investigations, I asked people I knew, some activists in the area and I soon realized that these mines were an altogether illegal and criminal operation run under the sway of Hemant Sahu, brother of the headman and son of the ex-headman, a man with considerable influence in the region. I decided to shoot my video on the morning of 27th December 2012. I reached the site at 9 in the morning. I first called up the Revenue Inspector of the region. He immediately informed me that there was no permissions were given and the mines were illegal. I asked him if he can do anything about it and he told that it was not within his powers to do. I would be better off contacting the Sub-Collector and the Tehsildar. I called the Tehsildar. The Tehsildar could not believe his ears when I told him about it. He informed me that permission was given to Mr. Sahu to dig a lake at the site and definitely not a mine. Before the call was over, he promised me he would look into the situation. Right after, I called the police. They clearly told me that they cannot do anything about the situation. In case the authorities deny it, I have a recording of the call with me. At around 40 minutes past nine, I was done with the calls and began to document the site and the workers cutting the stones. The workers testified that they had been mining in the region for the past few months and were working under the instruction of Prafulla Sahu, Hemant's father. Meantime, Hemant Sahu arrived on the site on his motorcycle. "How dare you call the Tehsildar?," he asked me. He began screaming at me and at one point, began to run at me looking to bash me up. I made a run for it. In between balancing my equipment and running for my life, I also called the police and asked for help, twice. But Sahu caught up with me and there was a brief scuffle. He left me alive but not before threatening dire consequences to my life and limb if I continued to pursue the matter with the authorities. I called up the police again. They asked me to go to the hospital, get my own medical report and then go over to the station and file my FIR. When I arrived at the Sadar police station, I asked them why they didn't help me. The official's maintain that they were busy and didn't have the time to look into every issue which crossed their table. As of today, the mines are currently in operation. Hemant Sahu is one of those who will stop at nothing. He will ply you with alcohol, he will bully you, he will threaten you until you give way to him. My FIR against him has amounted to less than nothing. The official's maintain that there were no witnesses. I'm disappointed with the authorities reaction. I brought the case to their notice. I have relentlessly pursued it. I have give them DVDs with footage of the illegal activity. I don't understand why they are not investigating the mine? They promise me that they will catch and confiscate the trucks but that doesn't solve anything. Why are they not going to the root of the issue? The mine owners are stealing from the people's land and the law is acting like a bystander. It is disheartening sight to witness but I am determined. I am not going to let go. They must be held accountable. And it is our responsibility, you and I, to speak out against their authority. Silence was yesterday. In the new year, we will reclaim our voice and our rights. sincerely, Ranjit Dehury Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/C3a2/
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In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Srikant Jena, MoS (IC), Statistics & Programme Implementation & Chemicals and Fertilizers and Pinaki Mishra, MP, Lok Sabha, BJD & Sr Lawyer -- discuss the issue of union minister Srikant Jena demanding CM Naveen Patnaik's resignation alleging his involvement in Odisha mining scam, and whether the Centre will go slow on the Odisha mining 'mega scam' in return for support on FDI in retail. Union Minister Srikant Jena on Monday (Nov 5) demanded resignation of Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik alleging his "direct" involvement in the multi-crore mining scam in the mineral-rich state. The senior Congress leader from Odisha said by imposing Rs 58,000 crore penalty on 27 mining operators for alleged illegal mining, the BJD-led Govt has only ended up admitting its own involvement in the "mega loot of minerals". Jena, who had earlier written to Patnaik demanding cancellation of the miners' leases, claimed that the size of the scam was much bigger and could be pegged at Rs 4 lakh crore, more than the size of the recent unearthed scams put together in Karnataka and Goa. Lashing out at the Patnaik Govt, Jena said the state was "sitting idle" since 2003-04 to rein in the "rampant irregularities" in mining even after repeated prodding from his party. Jena, who is Union Minister of State (Independent Charge), Statistics and Programme Implementation and Chemicals and Fertilisers, said if the Patnaik Govt had taken corrective measures, the miserable economic situation in Odisha, where more than 60 lakh out of the total 84 lakh families live below the poverty line (BPL), would have transformed into one of the richest states in the country. He favoured cancellation of all the mining leases and handing them over to the state-run Orissa Mining Corporation. Download the Times Now India's Election HQ app and get all the election info at one go. Click here: http://bit.ly/1iwcRBr Social Media Links :- Facebook - http://goo.gl/CC7rGc G+ - http://goo.gl/O1iEp5 Twitter - http://goo.gl/uHYsqP Also visit our website - http://goo.gl/XPUXe8 To Stay Updated Download the Times Now App :- Android Google Play : https://goo.gl/zJhWjC Apple App Store : https://goo.gl/d7QBQZ
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Amid uproar over Narendra Modi's government push for Hindi, drama unfolded in the Odisha Assembly when Congress MLA Surya Rao started speaking in Hindi. Speaker Niranjan Pujari abruptly stopped him and asked him to speak in English or Oriya. Social Media Links :- Facebook - http://goo.gl/CC7rGc G+ - http://goo.gl/O1iEp5 Twitter - http://goo.gl/uHYsqP Also visit our website - http://goo.gl/XPUXe8 To Stay Updated Download the Times Now App :- Android Google Play : https://goo.gl/zJhWjC Apple App Store : https://goo.gl/d7QBQZ
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Bhubaneswar: Over the last nine years, hundreds of people in the mineral belt in Orissa's Keonjhar district have suddenly turned crorepatis(millionaires). Much of this money possibly comes from illegal mining. Sources say these minerals are transported through Jharkahand and Bihar to Nepal and from there on to China and Bangladesh. The opposition BJP is pointing fingers at Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. BJP Leader Chandan Mitra said, "All roads to this scam leads to Naveen Niwas. Its been done under the patronage of Naveen Patnaik and his henchmen." A petition filed by a local NGO in the Supreme Court says every year mineral resources worth Rs 7,000 are openly looted. Last week, the court acting on this petition, ordered its Central Empowered Committee to investigate. The Patnaik government, on its part arrested eight employees of the mining department, stopped work in 69 mines and suspended trading licenses of 500 operators. Meanwhile, Orissa Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said, "The vigilance department is on the job to find out more on this illegal mining and we will take serious action on those involved." However, there is the obvious feeling that the big fish are still at large. Everyone knows a scam of this magnitude cannot happen without support inside the government. Chief Minister Patnaik is likely to face a tough time when the Assembly convenes next week. http://ibnlive.in.com/news/patnaik-gets-bjp-flak-over-illegal-minning-in-orissa/105162-37.html
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Click the 'bell' icon and Subscribe! For always being informed, and entertained find us here: News Website: https://www.odisha.live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/odishalive Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/odishalive Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/odishalive Mr. Naveen Patnaik starts his fourth innings as Chief Minister of Odisha 21 Ministers administered Oath by the Governor 11 Cabinet Rank 2 Women in Naveen's Team Bhubaneswar, 21 May 2014 (OdishaLive Bureau): Biju Janata Dal (BJD) President and veteran leader Mr. Naveen Patnaik takes over charge as the Chief Minister of Odisha for the fourth consecutive time. He was administered oath, today, by Mr. S. C. Jameer, the Governor of Odisha. Other 21 ministers also took oath at the swearing-in ceremony, organised at the Raj Bhawan. It includes 11 Cabinet ministers and 10 Minister of State. Naveen's council of ministers include some new faces this time. They are Mr. Sudam Marandi, Mr. Pranab Prakash Das, Mrs. Snehangini Chhuria, Mr. Prafulla Kumar Mallick, Dr. Pradeep Kumar Panigrahi, Mr. Jogendra Behera, Mr. Sanjay Dasburma and Mr. Ashok Kumar Panda. This time Naveen has taken 2 women in his cabinet. They are Mrs. Usha Devi and Mrs. Snehangini Chhuria. Among them Mrs. Usha Devi has given Cabinet berth. Among the old timers Dr. Damodar Rout, Mr. Debi Mishra, Mr. Bijayshree Rouray, Mr. Bikram Keshari Arukh, Mr. Badri Narayan Patra, Mr. Lalbihari Himirika and Mr. Arun Sahoo have retained ministerial berth. Some important changes are being observed in Naveen's decision in choosing his team. He has included Mr. Pradeep Maharathi, Mr. Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak and Mr. Puspendra Singhdeo, whom Mr. Patnaik had dropped from the ministry sometime back during the last tenure. Similarly, he has chosen this time to drop the veterans like Mr. Surya Narayan Patra, Mr. Maheswar Mohanty, Mr. Niranjan Poojari and Mr. Rajanikant Singh who were enjoying his confidence in the last term. After taking oath in the morning the Chief Minister has allocated different departments to the ministers. They will take charge of their departments soon. Cabinet Ministers with their Berth: Mr. Pradip Kumar Amat - Finance Dr. Damodar Rout -- Excise and Cooperative Mr. Debi Prasad Mishra -- Industry, School and Mass Education Pradip Maharathi -- Agriculture, Fisheries and Animal Resources Development Mr. Bijayshree Routray -- Revenue and Disaster Management Mr. Bikram Keshari Arukh -- Forest, Environment and Parliamentary Affairs Smt. Usha Devi -- Women and Child Welfare, Planning and Coordination Mr. Lal Bihari Himirika -- SC and ST Development Mr. Jogendra Behera -- MSME, Public Grievances and Pension Administration Mr. Badri Narayan Patra -- Rural Development Mr. Pushpendra Singhdeo -- Housing and Urban Development Ministers of State (Independent Charge): Mr. Prafulla Kumar Mallick -- Steel and Mines, Labour and Employment Mr. Ramesh Chandra Majhi -- Commerce and Transport Mr. Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak -- Health, Information and Public Relations Mr. Arun Kumar Sahoo -- Law and Panchayatiraj Mr. Sanjay Kumar Dasburma -- Food and Civil Supply, Technical Education and Training Mr. Sudam Marandi -- Sports and Youth Services Mr. Pradeep Panigrahi - Higher Education Mr. Ashok Chandra Panda -- Culture and Tourism Mr. Pranab Prakash Das -- Energy and IT Mrs. Snehangini Chhuria -- Handlooms, Textiles and Handicrafts, Mission Shakti --- A MediaLearning Web Production. Produced for OdishaLIVE Web Channel: www.odishalive.tv (A Web Initiative of Academy for Media Learning Private Limited) M-6, Samanta Vihar, Near Kalinga Hospital, Bhubaneswar-751017 (Odisha). Email: [email protected], [email protected] Tel: +91-674-2303311 Produced and broadcast in public interest. Copyright Statement: All rights reserved 'Academy for Media Learning Private Limited'. This content is available for mass viewing only through this platform or through any other platform as presented by Academy for Media Learning Private Limited from time to time. Any unauthorised download of this content for any personal or commercial use is restricted. Unauthorised use of the content or any part of the same for mass viewing or broadcast or use in other productions without written permission of the producer is illegal and may violate copyright laws.
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The Victims Family are in Hope n Hope......... .....But their Hope are Declined day by day passed.............. The Orissa Fire Disaster Management Team, Coal India Kolkatta, NDRF,SDRF, Dist.Adst. State etc........ The purpose of video is only for General Public Awareness............ M not against any Individual nor any Institution etc.................
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All great things have beautiful beginnings. Our planet earth is filled with beautiful and surprising elements. Mr. B Prabhakaran, the Managing Director of Thriveni Earthmovers believes that the seed of every human dream unfurls through wonderful elements and Iron ore, coal, aggregates, are the world’s imagination live in these vital resources. Mr. B Prabhakaran believes that what we have inherited from nature is not only for us but also for the future generations. Hence we should understand the need to use these resources in the most fruitful manner. This very understanding makes sustainable mining practices paramount in all global operations by Thriveni Earthmovers. In the mining industry, only a fraction of mind minerals are processed. Thriveni Earthmovers’ mission is to convert the maximum of earth minerals into usable commodities. Mr. B Prabhakaran has the vision to begin usage of most modern technologies in the world. According to Mr. B Prabhakaran, growth for Thriveni Earthmovers is inclusive around the globe. Mr. B Prabhakaran holds the vision to mould the best use of technology into excellent mining results to nation and abroad.
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Addressing a public rally in Bhatapada ground in Cuttack district of Odisha on February 9, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi said, "Odisha is perhaps the country's richest state in terms of its reserves of natural resources, but the people of Odisha continue to remain poor." He said it's because benefits of mining had not reached the people. "Rs 60,000 crore worth of iron ore and manganese ore have been looted in Odisha...its benefit should have reached the people of Odisha. But sadly, only a select few -- including the mining mafia -- have benefited from it." He also said, "No government has provided as much funds to Odisha as the UPA, but nothing has reached you. Everything was siphoned off by the state government." The Congress Vice President said, "10 lakh people in Odisha are unemployed, but the state government is doing nothing." He pointed out that 22 of the state's 30 districts are affected by Maoist / Naxal activities.
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Community Correspondent Mohan Bhuiyan reports from Jitratongri village in Hazaribagh District, Jharkhand, where a herd of elephants destroyed fourteen houses and resulted in the death of one individual in September 2013. For about two weeks the herd camped in the nearby forests and repeatedly came into human habitats in search of water. Their original habitats have been taken over by machines plundering the forests for coal and iron ore mines. The once green havens are coated in a near apocalyptic layer of mineral dust. Where else would the elephants go? In Jitratongri as the residents grew increasingly fearful and agitated with the damage being done, the Forest Department officials did little to help ease the situation. On the day that the fatality took place, the Officer in charge came 10 hours after the event. "This has become one of our greatest fears. You can see how much damage they have done... houses and boundary walls are being broken. We do not have any courage to stand before them. We somehow beat on tin vessels or burn fire torches to scare them away" says Naresh Turi, a resident of the area who has of late spent far too many nights awake trying to keep his fellow villagers safe from elephants. Though a small amount was paid as initial compensation to the family of the deceased, the remaining money for those whose houses were damaged has still not been paid. The residents had also demanded for equipment like torches to help keep the elephants away. Mohan, whose own village is threatened by imminent destruction to make way for two coal mines, has documented every possible aspect of the effect these activities have on the people and nature of the surrounding areas. Over the past twenty years the number of such incidents across Jharkhand and its neighbouring states, Odisha, West Bengal and Chhattisgarh have dramatically increased. The entire belt is the most mineral rich area of India and of course to get to the minerals, jungles must be chopped down. According to Greenpeace, 26,000 hectares of forests have been cleared for coal mining since 2007. In total around a million hectares is in danger.(http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/coal-mining-destroying-wildlife-habitat-greenpeace and http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/campaigns/9041-no-more-coal.html) In December, when Mr. Moily became the Environment Minister, he went on a mission to give environmental clearances to industrial projects worth INR 2.5 trillion!! This includes projects like the POSCO port in Odisha which will further endanger Olive Ridley Turtles; multiple mining projects in Madhya Pradesh surrounding Tiger habitats and coal projects in Jharkhand that fall smack in the middle of an elephant corridor. (http://www.livemint.com/Politics/xPyrxUN8aWSGgbHTeKKYMN/Environment-clearances-on-the-fast-track.html) In Jharkhand there is evidence and more of how open-cast mines have drastically damaged the paths that elephants have used to migrate from one area to the next. This takes elephants to previously unexplored areas and to human habitats where they themselves and humans are in grave danger. (http://www.wpsi-india.org/projects/elephant_habitat_assessment.php) Are we as a nation willing to be so tunnel visioned? Do our governments see that in this race to boost the economy through extractive industries we will lose everything else that matters, human lives and wildlife? At this moment, the residents of Jitratongri, Hazaribagh are facing the worst of the consequences. You can start by solving that problem. Call to Action: Please call the District Forest Officer, AK Singh on 09431142824 and ask him provide people with necessary equipment to protect themselves from elephant attacks and the compensation they are still owed.
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Speech by Member of Parliament Tathagata Satpathy (Dhenkanal, Odisha) on The Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Bill 2014
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This video is in Odia language. There are some widespread myths about mining Bauxite - the source of the Green Metal - Aluminium. It is imperative to debunk those myths for a better understanding of the gamut of mining activities and its environmental impacts.
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Rahul Gandhi addressed a public rally at Koraput, Orissa on March 31, 2014. Accusing the state government of Odisha of diverting funds meant for the poor, tribal and weaker sections of the society, Rahul Gandhi vowed to fight their battles along with them. Speaking at a massive public rally in Nabrangpur, Rahul Gandhi said, "Odisha has money, natural resources, forests and water. It is a rich state, but the people are poor. The state government takes your money and gives it to the industrialists. They don't use it for building schools for you, or providing education, health and jobs." He added that the Congress led UPA government had made special allocation of funds for the welfare of tribal people, but the BJD government has diverted these funds to other things. "The job of the government is to help you. You should have a railway line. The water which should be used for irrigation is diverted for industrial uses," he said. Rahul Gandhi emphasized that while the industry needs resources, it should not come at the cost of farmers and there is a need for balanced development. Elaborating on the measures taken by the Congress led UPA government over the last decade, he told the people at Koraput that the Congress government is for the poor and weaker sections and that the party believes in taking everybody along. He added that these measures have lifted 15 crore people out of poverty in the last decade. Sharing the vision of the Congress Party that seeks to remove poverty from India, he asked the people to join the Congress in this fight. Expressing happiness over the presence of women in the rallies, he assured the women that the Congress Party will make full efforts to ensure 33 per cent reservation for women in the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha. Get latest updates on Indian National Congress through our website: http://inc.in Congress needs the support of every Indian to take the country forward. Support us here: http://inc.in/join-us To get SMS updates, give a miss call: 1800 208 2020 Remain connected with us via : Twitter - https://twitter.com/INCIndia Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/IndianNationalCongress Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/u/0/100864090943507355812/posts Instagram - http://instagram.com/inc_india LinkedIn - http://www.linkedin.com/company/indian-national-congress
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Union Minister Srikant Jena demanded the resignation of the Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik alleging his "direct" involvement involvement in the multi-crore mining scam in the mineral-rich state.
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List Of Scams In India Since 1947 | Total Sum Of 8,031,005,000,000 Rupees | #viralnewsinindia for more Updates : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIkWww0eIAEyUJKf5_bvsYw Fallow us : https://plus.google.com/u/0/105634669418973138126 Website : http://www.viralfactstelugu.com/ India has lost massive sum of 8,031,005,000,000 rupees(Approx) through different scams since 1947 to 2016. 80 lac rs Jeep Scam in 1948 was first recorded scam in India. The biggest scam recorded is an Indian Coal Mining Scam worth Rs. 1,85,591 crores in 2012. Many Infrastructural developments are possible like School, Colleges, Universities, Hospital with this money. It can help in removing unemployment and poverty from India. With these money India could be a Super Power. Here is the year wise list of scam in India from 1947 to 2016: 80 Lac Rs Jeep Scam in 1948 50 Lac Rs BHU Fund Scam in 1956 1.2 crore Rs Mundhra Scandal 1957 22 crore Rs Teja Oil Scandal 1960 2.2 crore Rs Kuo Oil Scandal 1976 HDW Submarine Deal Scam 20 crore Rupees 1987 65 crore Rs Bofors Scandal 1987 St Kitt forgery scam of Rs 45 crore in 1989 2.5 crore/week air bus scandal 1990 43,000 crore Rs Telgi Scam in 1991 4,000 crore Rs securities scam 1992 Indian Bank rip off 1300 crore Rs Scam in 1992 650 crore Rs Sugar import scam 1994 1200 crore Rs Bhanshali scam in 1995 Fodder scam of Rs 950 crore in 1996 Urea deal scam 133 crores 1996 810 crore Rs Hawala Scandal in 1996 1,50,000 crores Rs Mutual Fund Scam 2001 Home Trade Scam Rs 600 crores in 2002 61 crore rupees IPO scam 2006 50,000 crore Rs Ali Khan Tax Default scam in 2008 24,000 crore Rs Satyam Scam 2009 Madhu Koda Scam worth Rs 4000 crore 2009 1,76,000 crore Rs 2G spectrum scam 2009 Rice export scam 2500 crore Rs 2009 7000 crore Rs Orissa Mine scam 2009 40,000 crore Rs Common Wealth Games Scam in 2010 Karnataka Land scam worth Rs 20,ooo crore in 2012 1,85,591 crore Rs Indian coal mining scam in 2012 Iron ore freight scam of Rs 29,236 in 2013 AgustaWestland Scam worth Rs 360 crore 2013 Delhi Jal Board Scam worth Rs 10,000 crore 2014 52,000 crore Rs Odisha Industrial land mortgage scam 2014 709 crore Rs NTC land scam 2015, Total black money in India?, About Black Money, How much black money do Indians have abroad?, INDIA`S BLACK MONEY IN SWISS BANK, How much black money is in India? 5 Indian Black Money Statistics That Will Shock You, Rs 13000 crore black money unearthed from overseas, $181 billion Indian black money in tax havens? indian black money holders list,black money in india list,essay on black money in india,indian black money in swiss bank wikileaks,black money definition,convert black money white money,how to earn black,money in india,black money in india facts, Where is black money? Where is the Swiss bank? Indian black money, Money owned by Indians in Swiss banks drops to record low of Rs 8,392 crore, How much black money is in India? estimated black money in india, Demonetisation is nothing but a wild chase for black money, black money in india list,black money in swiss bank,black money definition,indian black money holders list,essay on black money,convert black money white money,indian black money in swiss bank wikileaks,how to earn black money in india, Black money: Names of Swiss bank account holders revealed, how much indian black money in swiss bank,wikileaks indian black money list 2016,black money list of indian politicians,wikileaks indian black money sonia gandhi,indian black money in swiss bank list pdf,indian black money list out,wikileaks black money list 2015,wikileaks india black money list 2015,Swiss Bank Account,After Switzerland Names 7 Indians, More Expected, Say Officials, black money list of indian politicians, Politicians who have amassed wealth for seven, Soon Wikileaks Expose Swiss bank Indian Account Details : Black Money, WikiLeaks Published first List of Indian Black money holders in Swiss bank.Real or Fake, Black money list Swiss, Indian 500 and 1000 rupee currency demonetisation, Top 10 Most Allegedly Corrupt Politicians of India Sadhguru talks about Corruption in india and black money video Subscribe to our channel, 13 Ways In Which Indians Will Convert Their Black Money Into White Even After Demonetisation, PM Narendra Modi holds meeting with senior ministers on demonetisation, narendra modi strategy for black money
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