The Mogra dam in Rajnandgaon District was planned in 1967 and was finally built by early 2006. The dam is situated on the Seonath river in Rajnandgaon District, Chattisgarh which affect a total of 56 villages situated around its trajectory. The project saw heavy resistance and displaced more than 15000...
On the eve of the World Migrants Day, this video highlights how development leads to migration.
Villagers displaced by the Mogra dam project have still not been rehabilitated five years later.
40,000 tribal people face displacement, starvation as government builds mega dam in Manipur, north east India
Construction of Mogra dam in Chhattisgarh has left thousands in 14 villages landless. Bhan Sahu, our correspondent is one of them.
Arunachal Pradesh government has drawn a hydropower policy which aims to build about a hundred dams to produce 56,000 MW.
The Sardar Sarovar Dam project has already displaced thousands in the Narmada River Valley.