Minister of State for Narmada Valley Development and Narmada Valley Development Authority Chairman Shri Kanhaiyalal Agrawal has exhorted Narmada Valley irrigation project engineers to make all-out

If the hundreds displaced in the Narmada valley owe the good deal they got to the Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA), there are thousands of others who have been deprived of benefits they would potential

While a ministerial committee began hearing grievances of oustees of the Omkareshwar dam in Madhya Pradesh, Narmada Bachao Andolan activists met President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday.

Two days after giving in to the Narmada Bachao Andolan-led “Jal Satyagraha” by oustees of the Omkareshwar dam, the Madhya Pradesh government in an early morning crackdown on Wednesday forcibly ende

Barely a couple of hours after police evicted protesters from a 'Jal Satyagraha' today, about 50 persons from villages near Khardana entered the Narmada river demanding reduction of the Indira Saga

Bowing before villagers, protesting in neck-deep water of the Narmada for the last 17 days, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday announced reduction in the water level of Omkareshwar dam

M.P. government agrees to demands of Omkareshwar Dam oustees

Oustees of the Omkareshwar Dam project called off their jal satyagraha on Monday after the Madhya Pradesh government accepted all their demands and constituted a ministerial committee to look into their grievances. On the 17th day of the protest, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan announced that the government had agreed to the key demands of the agitators — reducing the water level of the dam to 189 metres and providing land for land compensation to all those who had lost their land.

New Delhi: While the first responsibility of addressing issues of oustees of the Omkareshwar dam project lies with the Madhya Pradesh Government, activists say the Centre, especially ministries of

Khandwa: Shri. Arun yadhav, Member of Parliament, Khandwa District reached the Jal Satyagraha site at Ghoghalgaon and heard out the issues of the Oustees.

The Madhya Pradesh government has said the filling of the Omkareshwar dam poses no threat to human life even as the Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission (MPHRC) directed the government to ensure the safety of the protesters.

The government’s statement comes in the wake of the ongoing jal satyagraha protest of the project affected people of the Omkareshwar dam in the East Nimaar region (Khandwa district), where oustees have been standing in the rising dam water for the last seven days.