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IB reports aid Essar’s attempt to discredit the local resistance to save Mahan’s forests

Feature story | June 23, 2014 at 17:28

The leaks of the Investigation Bureau's (IB) reports have brought a lot of public attention to Greenpeace India and other NGOs. Albiet for the wrong reasons. The effects of these IB reports are now being felt in Mahan, Singrauli.

‘Malicious Report Riddled with Mistruths’: Greenpeace India

Press release | June 19, 2014 at 15:38

New Delhi, 19 June 2014: Greenpeace India today rubbished allegations made by the two IB reports that were leaked consecutively within one week. Greenpeace India believes that this leak is a concerted effort by parties with vested interest to...

Essar tries to use ‘leaked’ IB report to clamp down on people’s protests in Mahan...

Press release | June 18, 2014 at 10:49

17th June 2014: The company which has initiated a 500-crore Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation (SLAPP) case on tribal people and Greenpeace, to stop them from criticising its planned coal mine in Mahan forest, is now trying to use the...

Bombay HC accepts Essar’s affidavit to include malicious IB report that was ‘leaked’...

Press release | July 31, 2014 at 16:06

July 31, 2014, Mumbai: At the hearing of the interim gag-order on the Greenpeace, MP, the Bombay High Court today accepted Essar's affidavit to include the 'leaked' IB report that alleged that foreign funded NGOs like Greenpeace were a 'threat to...

Government’s Mantra – If you don’t like the message shoot the messenger, says Greenpeace

Press release | July 14, 2014 at 10:51

New Delhi, July 9, 2014: Greenpeace India is shocked and dismayed over the arbitrary manner in which the government has attempted to muzzle voices of dissent in democracy in the name of financial scrutiny. Greenpeace India has followed all laws...

Is this The New Normal?

Blog entry by Divya Raghunandan | July 9, 2014

To get away from the madness of trawling through a never-ending stream of emails, debates on the implications of the looming threat of shutting down Greenpeace and answering endless inane questions from 'concerned' journalists on how...

Fighting the Good Fight

Blog entry by Hamza Chinoy | June 12, 2014

The IB report claims that Greenpeace has negatively impacted the GDP growth up to 3% per annum. The Joint Director SA Rizvi has accused Greenpeace of, "Changing the dynamics of India's energy mix" and the Bureau says Greenpeace,...

The Poverty of Ecology: Stealing an NGOs credibility

Blog entry by Ruth D’Costa | June 12, 2014

I have done some street fundraising for Greenpeace. Let me tell you what it's like. A fundraiser is the person you see outside a railway station wearing a Greenpeace jacket and ID card. They approach 8-9 people saying, 'Excuse me, do...

Spare a thought for our next generation!

Blog entry by Debanjana Choudhuri | June 30, 2014

Motherhood is a joyful experience. It helps you value things around you and feel emotions which you were not ever aware of! Having said that, a mom feels fiercely protective about her baby and wants her child to experience all the...

The Power of Individualism

Blog entry by Anasua Sen | June 12, 2014

It was 37 degrees in the City of Nawabs on 11th June. I had just reached an area called Kondapur, when I got to know that the Intelligence Bureau (IB) has sent out a report listing Greenpeace as one of the foreign-funded NGOs and also...

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