Friday, July 27, 2007

the ongoing environmental fiasco in sethu project has not been getting much attention in national media as much as ramar-sethu bridge should have.

but one more thing that has not got media attention is the viability of sethu project itself. a team from atree has done the financial viability of sethu project which raises lots of basic questions whether even the project can sustain in first place on its own economically.

we all know that environment is the first one to be screwed in name of 'development', but cases like sethu shows that even economics is flawed when such projects are bulldozed instead of being done openly and honestly.


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