SARDAR SAROVAR DAM SIGNALS 'RUIN' OF 10,000 HAPLESS FARMERS, SAYS GREENPEACE

Greenpeace India on Sunday condemned the inauguration of Sardar Sarovar Dam on the Narmada river, saying it signals "ruin" and not development of 10,000 hapless and poor farmers. The post Sardar Sarovar Dam signals ‘ruin’ of 10,000 hapless farmers, says Greenpeace appeared first on Firstpost.

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Sardar: Sardar, a word of Indo-Iranian origin also spelled as Sirdar or Serdar, is a title of nobility that was originally used to denote princes, noblemen, and other aristocrats. It has also been used to denote a chief or leader of a tribe or group. It is used synonymously with the title Amir.