INDIRA SAGAR DAM

  • MP: Protesters defy police, enter water again September 12, 2012

    Harda: Hours after police evicted them from their protest site in Harda in Madhya Pradesh, the villagers staging 'Jal Satyagraha' against raising the level of Indira Sagar Dam, tried to enter water again. On Wednesday morning, situation got tensed in Harda when police evicted all the protesters from the site...
  • MP: Indira Sagar Dam protesters forced out of water September 12, 2012

    The villagers, who were staging a protest in neckdeep water for most than 15 days, were forcefully pulled out of the water and evicted from the site by police on Wednesday. The villagers want the Indira Sagar Dam level to go down by two notches at 260 metres. But the...
  • The police were rough with us: Indira Sagar protestors September 12, 2012

    The villagers in Harda, protesting against the Indira Sagar Dam in neckdeep water, were forcefully evicted by the police. ...
  • MP: Indira Sagar protestors forced out of water September 12, 2012

    New Delhi: The situation in Harda in Madhya Pradesh is getting tense by the hour. All the protestors were forcefully evicted on Wednesday morning from the site where over 50 villagers were holding a 'Jal Satyagraha' protest. While Khandwa has won the battle against dams through a 17day long 'Jal...
  • MP: Now, Indira Sagar protestors in neckdeep water September 11, 2012

    Harda: Protests against the Indira Sagar Dam in Madhya Pradesh have entered their 14th day. People in Harda were displaced by the Indira Sagar dam. As a mark of protest, they have submerged themselves in neckdeep water. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has ruled out a compromise similar...
  • Madhya Pradesh govt assures antidam protesters September 8, 2012

    Bhopal: In a minor victory for Khandwa and Harda protesters, 15 days after the rising waters from Omkareshwar and Indira Sagar dams threatened to displace them, a twomember ministerial team from the Madhya Pradesh government has assured them of action. The protest started after the government unilaterally decided to raise...
  • In neckdeep water for days, villagers demand land September 6, 2012

    Khandwa: Villagers in Madhya Pradesh have been protesting in neckdeep water for almost two weeks now. Almost 130 of them are demanding compensation and land for their land that has gotten submerged after the height of two dams was raised. It's the ultimate act of protest, seen during antidam protests...