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At a private lecture, N.C. Saxena, Secretary to the Planning Commission, said he
thought the number was in the region of 50 million (of which 40 million were
displaced by dams).17 We daren't say so, because it isn't official. It isn't official ...
Officially, the number of people who will be provided drinking water by the Sardar
Sarovar Canal fluctuates from 28 million (1983) to 32.5 million (1989) - nice touch
, the decimal point! - to 40 million (1992) and down to 25 million (1993).35 The ...
It's interesting that the Farakka Barrage that diverts water from the Ganga to
Calcutta Port has reduced the drinking water availability for 40 million people
who live downstream in Bangladesh.92 At times there's something so precise
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A paradigm developmental tale, which shows that how someone has to defoliate,for others to survive.An unequivocal obstinate struggle of the poor against the primacy of hegemony. Unravels scads of ... Read full review