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New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University students try to get past police barricades during a protest march towards Parliament, on the first day of the Winter Session, demanding a total rollback of the hostel fee hike, in New Delhi, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. The students, who were holding a protest on the university's premises for the last three weeks, hit the streets seeking to get the attention of Parliament about their demands, asserting they will not relent until the government withdraws the hike. (PTI Photo/Ravi Choudhary)(PTI11_18_2019_000150B)(PTI11_18_2019_000250B)

New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University students try to get past police barricades during a protest march towards Parliament, on the first day of the Winter Session, demanding a total rollback of the hostel fee hike, in New Delhi, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. The students, who were holding a protest on the university’s premises for the last three weeks, hit the streets seeking to get the attention of Parliament about their demands, asserting they will not relent until the government withdraws the hike. (PTI Photo/Ravi Choudhary)(PTI11_18_2019_000150B)(PTI11_18_2019_000250B)

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  1. Sand though looks valueless, the amount its worth is Crores and when atomic minerals are there its value increases multiple folds no wonder our natural wealth has been plundered for many years together……..the looters are once again becoming boot lickers of the whitemen mafia…..these kind of people who are involved in the plunder of National resources should be awarded strict punishments without any pardon

  2. Wonderful research Sandhya Ravishankar. Please do continue the good reporting that you are doing on the mining baron.

  3. Very well written article with the attention to the details. Hope the mainstream media can take a leaf out of this!

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