For more than two decades the shores of the Narmada River in central
India have been the sight of extraordinary struggles for human dignity.
Inhabitants of the Narmada Valley have organized a unique popular
movement - protesters are the hundreds of thousand of person who have
been displaced after the construction of 30 dams along the river, and
abandoned by the Indian government, which has failed to provide new
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