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Pro-mining ‘goons’ harass and intimidate human rights investigators in India

Human rights investigators in India have been harassed and intimidated by large gangs of men apparently paid to stop any outsiders reaching the site of...a giant bauxite mine planned by...Vedanta Resources...Two investigators from Survival International and a human rights lawyer, Gordon Bennett, were in the Hills gathering evidence on whether the Dongria have been consulted about Vedanta’s plans.

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India: Survival Intl. alleges human rights investigators working around Vedanta mine in Orissa harassed & intimidated by pro-mining "goons"

Vedanta Resources lawsuit (re Dongria Kondh in Orissa)