Stalling India's Progress by Sanjit Das

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A child outside the Posco India transit camp in Badagabapur. The camp has been set up for people who have been driven out of their villages for being pro-Posco. They live on the side of a highway on USD 80 a day shared between 195 people. South Korean steel giant Posco continues to face stiff public resistance in Orissa's Jagatsinghpur district where the company is setting up India's biggest direct foreign investment project of a 12 million tonne steel plant, at the cost of USD 12 Billion.