London, UK. 14th Aug, 2017. London, UK. 14th August 2017. A lawyer who visited Korba 3 months after the disatrous chimney collapse holds a poster with his photographs of some of the widows at the protest by Grass roots campaign Foil Vedanta outside the Vedanta AGM. They accuse Vedanta of illegal mining in Goa, of increasing harassment, torture and false accusations against tribal activists in Nyamgiri, Odisha, who have used Indian laws to stop bauxite mining of their sacred mountain, eleven years of ruinous and continuing pollution by Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) in Zambia, where they say t

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London, UK. 14th Aug, 2017. London, UK. 14th August 2017. A lawyer who visited Korba 3 months after the disatrous chimney collapse holds a poster with his photographs of some of the widows at the protest by Grass roots campaign Foil Vedanta outside the Vedanta AGM. They accuse Vedanta of illegal mining in Goa, of increasing harassment, torture and false accusations against tribal activists in Nyamgiri, Odisha, who have used Indian laws to stop bauxite mining of their sacred mountain, eleven years of ruinous and continuing pollution by Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) in Zambia, where they say t
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August 14, 2017 - London, UK - London, UK. 14th August 2017. A lawyer who visited Korba 3 months after the disatrous chimney collapse holds a poster with his photographs of some of the widows at the protest by Grass roots campaign Foil Vedanta outside the Vedanta AGM. They accuse Vedanta of illegal mining in Goa, of increasing harassment, torture and false accusations against tribal activists in Nyamgiri, Odisha, who have used Indian laws to stop bauxite mining of their sacred mountain, eleven years of ruinous and continuing pollution by Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) in Zambia, where they say the company have fraudulently avoided taxes and failed to publish mandatory accounts and other offences. Vedanta is a FTSE 250 British mining company controlled and 69.6% owned by Anil Agarwal and his family through a series of tax havens and holding companies and was launched on the Stock Exchange in 2003 with help from the UK’s Department for International Development (DfID) and Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) who continue to support it. Foil Vedanta call for the company to be delisted and shareholder activists went into the AGM to question its activities. Peter Marshall ImagesLive (Credit Image: © Peter Marshall/ImagesLive via ZUMA Wire)

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