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Friday, May 05, 2006

Uranium and eminent domain

First they were victims of eminent domain. Then uranium ravaged their bodies. Mark Whitaker tells us about the people of Jaduguda, a village in Jharkand, in an excellent piece on BBC.

Anoop Agarwal, who directed me to this story via email, asks why Indian journalists don't do stories like this. Good question.
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