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A Narmada diary director & producer, Anand Patwardhan and Simantini Dhuruvediorecording

By: Patwardhan, Anand.
Contributor(s): Padwardhan, Anand [direction.] | Dhuru, Simantini [production.] | Brio Media and Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Mumbai Brio Media and Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. c2011Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 60 min.) sd., col. 4 3/4 in.Other title: .Subject(s): Dam -- -- | Water resources development--Environmental aspects | India--Narmada River Watershed | Flood dams and reservoirs--Environmental aspects | Human settlements | India--Narmada River | Water resources development--Economic aspects | Water resources development--Social aspectsGenre/Form: Documentary film.DDC classification: 333.9121409548
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The Sardar Sarover Dam in western India, lynch-in of a mammoth development project on the river Narmada, has been criticized as uneconomical and unjust. It will benefit urban India at a cost borne by the rural poor. When completed, the dam will drown 3700 hectares of fertile land, displace over 200000 advises the area’s indigenous people and cost up to 400 billion rupees, ecological, cultural and human costa as often is the case with mega projects have never been estimated
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Originally released theatrically in 2011

The Sardar Sarover Dam in western India, lynch-in of a mammoth development project on the river Narmada, has been criticized as uneconomical and unjust. It will benefit urban India at a cost borne by the rural poor. When completed, the dam will drown 3700 hectares of fertile land, displace over 200000 advises the area’s indigenous people and cost up to 400 billion rupees, ecological, cultural and human costa as often is the case with mega projects have never been estimated

In Hindi with English subtitles.

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