The Great Disillusionment

Amit Majmudar

How Western elites fell out of love with Hinduism

Gujarat and Punjab: Tales to Two States

Gujarat snares a big deal, Punjab gets a denial

Vedanta’s Mining Mess

A local journalist in Odisha videotapes a local protest at Vedanta’s construction site, a public hearing and an inspection by the state pollution board

How Big Business Gets Its Way

Companies like Vedanta are brazenly taking over governance in some parts of India

The Curious Case of Vedanta University

How the Orissa government bent over backwards to help billionaire Anil Agarwal

Seriously Comical

A new comic book shows how the Dongria Kondh tribe’s fight against Vedanta could have been one of many stories across the world

Tale of Two Takeovers

Fancy taking over a company? Vedanta’s bid for Cairn India and BHP Billiton’s bid for PotashCorp offer differing lessons on how to. And how not to

Anil Agarwal

Agarwal was 22 when he started a business collecting scrap from cable companies and selling it in Bombay.

Whose Development Is It, Anyway?

Now that the Government has finally struck down the Vedanta mining project in Orissa, senior Maoist leader Kobad Ghandy, presently under arrest inside Delhi’s Tihar jail, writes about how mining giants are making obscene amounts of money at the cost of the poor while even the State fails to make any gains.

Vedanta: Question of Superimposition

Cairn India’s acquisition shows that it is keen on the energy business.


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