Tuesday, May 08, 2007

what would Gandhi say?

Mumbai's historic salt pan lands (used for the past 250 years for the production of salt) may now become history, as the government wants to hand the remaining 5,500 acres of the coastal flats to developers who seek to relocate squatters from communities in the center of the city, The Business Standard reports. Environmentalists are worried about development on these fragile parcels, which are some of the densely developed city's last remaining open land.

1 comment:

sakthi said...

Its hard fact people start destroying everything from forest to agricultural land for build houses,apartments and factories.It'll definitely going to affect our future generations.
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