Tag: Narmada Seva Yatra

Who will pay the price for the damage to the ecology of Narmada in recent years

Lalit Shastri Madhya Pradesh Government is in the dock as many among those who are worried about conservation and its related issues have started asking questions and want to know why the State Government had spent recklessly a huge amount of public money to mobilise attendance at the ecologically sensitive area of Amarkantak -where the

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Narmada has been brutally exploited leading to the Narmada Seva Yatra: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Newsroom24x7 Network Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that the Narmada river has been a life-giver for centuries but it has been brutally exploited in recent times leading to the Narmada Seva Yatra. If we do not protect and nurture our rivers, Humankind will be the loser, the Prime Minister emphasised. Prime

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The politics of Narmada

Lalit Shastri While talking of Narmada River – the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh – one immediately recalls the inauguration of the ambitious Rajiv Gandhi Watershed Mission on 20 August 1994 by Digvijay Singh when he was heading a Congress Government in the largest State in the country (Madhya Pradesh no longer enjoys the largest State

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Narendra Modi will come to Amarkantak to mark the closing of Narmada Seva Yatra

Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be coming to Amarkantak in Madhya Pradesh on May 15 to attend the conclusion of the ‘Namami Devi Narmade Narmada Seva Yatra’ – a people driven journey for the conservation of the river and environment, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said here today. Amarkantak is

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Narmada Seva Yatra: A Mission for Conservation

Newsroom24x7 Staff Bhopal: The Narmada ‘Seva Yatra’ – a Conservation of Narmada campaign of Madhya Pradesh Government started from Amarkantak on May 11. It will be a 144 day journey all the way till Sondwa and then back to Amarkantak by a core team of fifty persons. Coinciding with this Yatra, special workshops and public

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