Modi's crush-western-NGO campaign begins

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  1. maomao

    maomao Veteran Hunter of Maleecha Senior Member

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    First put people like Udayakumar behind bars for threatening the nation with dire consequences through his so called people's and minorities movement.....One danda in his butt cheeks and he will fall in line and stop giving out usual leftist BS about people's movement and minorities (mind you he himself is a Chaplin not the funnyman but the religious one)! How come these idiots always talk about people and minorities when they themselves can't win elections? How do they claim to represent people?

    Modi needs to act against such traitors and he needs to act fast!
     
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  2. hit&run

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    Having IB submit a report exposing these traitors and GoI acting against them are two different things.
     
  3. abhi_the _gr8_maratha

    abhi_the _gr8_maratha Senior Member Senior Member

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    hoping that this NGOs won't gonna oppose solar plant saying it affects solar system or india want to destroy earth by absorbing energy of sun and making it cool........
     
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    I think you forget the bigdaddy of NGOs . The NAC. (National advisory council).So, obviously most of these NGOs were supporting Congress and also Naxalites. Jairam Ramesh has already rushed to defend Greenpeace. I guess that should explain this enough.

    Truth is NGOs have zilch local support. They just make a lot of noise in Delhi via the media.
     
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    Dutch-funded NGO trying to stall oil drilling in northeast: IB report

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    NEW DELHI: Dutch government-funded CORDAID and its associate outfits had organized an elaborate training session for north-eastern NGO activists in Shillong last year, teaching them how to use GPS tracking to map oil wells, mines, dams, forests and habitation for an updated GIS platform on extractives in the region.

    The database would be used to facilitate targeted local protests and international activism against extractive industries like oil drilling in Manipur, according to an Intelligence Bureau report on the negative impact of foreign-funded NGOs' activism on India's GDP growth.

    The trainers at the session, two Dutch and an American, constantly reminded the participants that oil reserves in the north-east were as large as those in the entire Gulf region and that the precious resources must be preserved by the local tribals for their own use. They alleged that the government of India was, in collaboration with MNCs, "stealing the resources of the region and refusing to remove the Armed Forces Special Powers Act, or AFSPA, (from Manipur) as it needed Indian Army to extract those resources".

    The trainers insisted that until the rights of communities over their land and resources were recognized, Jubilant Energy, engaged in oil drilling in Manipur, and the Indian government should stop all petroleum and drilling activity in Manipur.

    According to the IB report, CORDAID has added 'extractive industries in the north-east' as one of the focal points for its interventions in India. It had organized a side event on 'extractive industry operations on the enjoyment of human rights' in Geneva in September 2012, with Swami Agnivesh as a prominent speaker. A 'Geneva Coalition' has begun working on extractive industries with opposition to oil drilling by Jubilant Energy in three districts of Manipur, big dams in Arunachal Pradesh and mining projects in Meghalaya.

    CORDAID, the IB report said, is routing funds through NGOs like Chindu (FCRA No. 010220235) and Swadhikar (FCRA No. 231661023) to the 'Manipur Coalition on Extractives', which includes Rural Woman for Upliftment Society (RWUS) and Centre for Organization Research and Education (CORE).

    Incidentally, the Manipur-based RWUS had sponsored the trip of eight north-eastern NGO participants to Bangkok in April-May last year, funded by CORDAID, for training in extractive activism. The foreign trip was a way to circumvent the visa denial to CORDAID's senior policy officer Eelco De Groot, earlier associated with the Dutch ministry of economic affairs, who had applied for a visit to Manipur in March last year to assess the potential for civil rights activism there.

    Groot not only funded the Bangkok training of the north-east activists, but also emphasized during the session that it was best to make it so difficult for the drilling company that it would be unable to meet all the required international standards involved in oil extraction.

    Internal documents, including maps reproduced in the IB report, reveal CORDAID's resolve to stall the Dutch-registered, Indian-owned Jubilant Oil Company's explorations plans in the north-east. They reveal mapping of Jubilant's concession areas and identification of about 150 settlements in the vicinity of 30 allotted wells. The intended strategy is to target 52 villages, which are within 5 km radius of any well, the IB report claimed.

    CORDAID, the IB report added, has plans to internationalize the matter under the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of 1966 and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of 2007.

    Dutch-funded NGO trying to stall oil drilling in northeast: IB report - The Times of India
     
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  7. pmaitra

    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    Looks like we have plenty of Victoria Nulands spreading their tentacles in India.

    So, what are we doing to curb these foreign thugs?
     
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    I am glad to see that many of you understand that western NGOs are hidden tools to find out your nation's weaknesses and vulnerabilities so that info can be used to divide and create chaos to weaken your nation. Creating civil wars in other nations have become a new hobby of arrogant western nations.
    They are afraid that they are in decline and now, desperate to use dirty tactics to continue their hegemony and domination.
     
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    wait a minute! We have oil reserves equal to gulf?
     
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    if it is true then India needs democracy.
     
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    It's already started, The purpose of making the report public was probably to build public opinion on them. The govt has support from the people, the public will think twice about the sob stories created by "well meaning" ngos (I think most of us knew about these ngos anyway), and can take decisions against protesters, and get projects moving,
    Once development starts support for these ngos, both externally and internally will fade,and they will die.
    Already the go ahead for the Narmada has been given, after years of being stalled, other projects will follow suit.
    Narendra Modi gives Gujarat its lifeline: Narmada Dam height to be raised by 17 metres; lakhs will lose their homes, activists say - The Times of India

    The fact that these ngos managed to grow to such an extent is shocking, because all it needs is good communication and a slightly strong hand from the govt.
     
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    I couldn't have missed that sarcasm. :)
     
  13. Samar Rathi

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    The reason Westerners use those NGO's in foreign soil is because they were very successful in their own country so they realized if they can create such a big problem in home then why don't use it on hostile nations as a weapon while they already call them terrorists.

    [video=youtube_share;JNt1k3ohkbs]http://youtu.be/JNt1k3ohkbs[/video]
     
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    The NGOs do good work as also work that are used by foreign nations to badmouth India or work against Indian national interests.,

    Scholarly research, funded by foreign countries and done by NGOs pick up very valuable statistics and sociological inputs. It is a good thing if the material was used by the Govt. It could also be disastrously used as a part of a foreign psyops campaign/ warfare.

    Note this:
    How Machiavellian like they are subverting India.

    Reminds me of statement attributed to Bishop Desmond
    In short, the foreign funded NGOs claim to be doing good, but underlining is the aim to stop development and leave India poor so that it can be manipulated to suit their purpose.
     
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    Sonia [edited] wanted to impose Church law in NorthEast.
     
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    Some of the oilfeilds and refineries obstructed or delayed idiotic NGO bast-eds

    Aishwarya oil field is located in Barmer district in Rajasthan state in India. It is India's second biggest oil discovery, and went into production in March, 2013. Starting off at 30,000 barrels per day, the MBA field is expected to scale up to 200,000 in two years, around 10% of India's total oil consumption. At the peak rate, its production will be equal to around 30% of India's present oil production.

    Farmers' protest may delay setting up refinery: Ashok Gehlot - The Times of India

    Bombay High

    As of 2004, it supplied 14% of India's oil requirement and accounted for about 38% of all domestic production.

    On 27 July 2005, a major fire destroyed the production platform, leaving at least 22 people dead despite rescue measures taken by the Indian Coast Guard. The platform accounted for 110,000 barrels per day (17,000 m3/d), or 15% of India's oil production. Rebuilding this is expected to take upwards of 4 months and estimated to cost around Rs. 1200 crore or US$300 million.

    Crude oil produced from Bombay High is of very good quality as compared to crudes produced in middle east. Bombay High crude has more than 60% paraffinic content while light Arabian crude has only 25% paraffin.

    In November 2009, output of Bombay High fields, that accounts for half of the India's domestic oil production

    Mangala Area
    The Mangala area consists of over 16 separate oil and gas fields of which the majority of the reserves are located in the three fields of Mangala, Bhagyam and Aishwariya. The Mangala Area sits in Barmer Basin and is thought to contain oil in place volumes of 3.6 billion barrels (570,000,000 m3), of which 1 billion barrels (160,000,000 m3) are thought to be recoverable. Cairn India is the operator of the field, a subsidiary of Cairn Energy.

    some more

    The oldest (1882) and one of the largest (65 sq.km) oil-field in India at Digboi in Lakhimpur district of Assam, is still in production. Bappapung and Hunsapung are sister fields of Digboi.

    In upper Assam Naharkatiya (2nd biggest in India), Rudrasagar, Moran, Hugrijan, Lakoa and Galeki have been developed by Oil India Ltd, a joint undertaking of Burmah Oil Company and the Govt. of India.

    Refineries for Assam crude are at Digboi, Guwahati (Nunmati) and Bongaigaon, connected by a pipeline which also carry crude to Barauni refinery in Bihar. The pipeline, 1,150 km. long is the second longest in Asia. Barauni is also linked by pipelines with Haldia and Kanpur.

    Gujarat’s oil wells are at Amkleswar (largest), Cambay, Kalol, Kosamba, Mehsana, Nowgam, Dholka, Lunej, Sananda, Wavel Bakal and Kathana.

    The Gujarat crude is refined at Kayali refinery (largest in India) which is linked by pipes to its several tributary fields. Mathura, will receive imported crude from Salaya, a new port in the Gulf of Kutch.

    there are many more potential sites in our country which has yet to see the light but delayed by these stupid idiotc NGO in the name of environment or in the name of destruction of local population bal bla bla we need to do some sacrifices if you want to see a strong india
     
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    Oh look, more people crying :lol:
    Prashant Bhushan calls Intelligence Bureau 'hatchet' body, says proud of activists - The Times of India

    He is a lawyer for many of these shady orgs. From Kashmir to Kudankulam, he represents many of these people. It is totally laughable that he calls it a "hatchet job for the Modi administration", as even our silent MMS had said KKNP protestors had questionable backing, and had banned 4 ngos in connection, and had initiated investigations. I hope he gets more love from the IB and other agencies.
     
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    GM corps there is no Ngo working against GM corps.That bushan is lying and should be skinned on a tree.
     
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    Not all NGO's are bad but yes if any foreign hand can be found in stopping the say nuclear plant, we should take action against that NGO.
    Don't put all apples in same basket.
    No one has any right to interfere in national interests.

    When west cannot transfer energy based technology to us, why r they stopping us to use the tech we have?
    Germany or France have more nuclear plants than us.
    True nuclear power is not the best solution for energy crisis but its the best we can get in current time.
    hope we fill arid land in Rajasthan with solar plants and massive wind farms in Karnataka, Kashmir, Andhra and Gujarat. I read somewhere they r most windy states in India.

    I just cannot understand this person "Prashant Bhushan".
     
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    This guy wants to gift kashmir to pakistan.
     

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