Vedanta FTSE-100′s crimes: Causing death and displacement on a massive scale, poisoning water and environment, harassing and assaulting reporters and activists.
Activists from Foil Vedanta joined the Carnival of Dirt to protest against Vedanta, a UK based mining corporation with fingers in other pies…
When our friends in Occupy, CorpWatch, Mines and Communities, Crocodyl, the London Mining Network and Foil Vedanta announced the Carnival of Dirt we thought it deserved bigging up.
Under PFI, big business has screwed the public sector, spawning a legacy of odious, off-the-books debt. Our national deficit would be around 25% greater if it was included by the Treasury
The Mutineers have devised a new evening for us all to attend, enjoy, explore and maybe even learn. Drugs are slapped in the dock and given the once over on 10 October.
Rejected as an economically viable method of building at home, business leaders and government departments are insisting on exporting PFI wherever they can overseas.
Call for protest at the Vedanta AGM 2011, 3pm on 27th July, Queen Elizabeth II conference centre, London, SW1P 3EE.
The Indian government, under pressure from international campaigners, but primarily Orissa people in their relentless campaign to save their mountains and livelihoods, commissioned a report. The report has now been published.
Times aren’t going too well for Vedanta at present and we couldn’t have wished it on a nastier corporation.
GR’s first action for some time manages to hit the headlines.
After the successful protest at the AGM of Vedanta at the end of July, we’re now presented with the dreadful plight of the Ferrexpo Mineworkersv
The scum always rises to the top, and the business world recognises this as they sit and admire the financial success of this UK registered, Indian owned business that’s wrecking lives in pursuit of profit.