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Q 14 December 17, 2008

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Q 14

Q 14

 

Ans.: Greenpeace ‘turtles’ protest TATA Steel’s involvement in the Dhamra Port project, Orissa by blockading the gates to Bombay House, TATA’s Head Office. The Dhamra Port is coming up near one of the world’s largest nesting grounds for the Olive Ridley sea turtles.

Cracked by Varun Shenoy, Sri, Manasa Nayak, Saurabh Mittal, Anubhav Chatterjee, Martin, Dhananjay Shettigar & Karthik Venkat.

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1. Varun - December 17, 2008

Greenpeace ‘turtles’ protest TATA Steel’s involvement in the Dhamra Port Project, Orissa, by blockading the entrance to Bombay House,

2. sri - December 17, 2008

Location:In front of Bombay house,head quarters of the TATA group.

The ‘turtles’ were there to demand the TATAs drop their plans to build a controversial port at Dhamra, Orissa. The port is to be located adjacent to the Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary, one of the world’s largest mass nesting sites for the olive ridley turtles.

3. Mr.Bay Leaf - December 17, 2008

The ‘turtles’ were there at Bombay House to demand the TATAs drop their plans to build a controversial port at Dhamra, Orissa. The port is to be located adjacent to the Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary, one of the world’s largest mass nesting sites for the olive ridley turtles.TATA TURTLE HAZARD was written on the turtles.

4. (Saurabh Mittal) Saubsonu - December 17, 2008

Greenpeace ‘turtles’ protest TATA Steel’s involvement in the Dhamra Port Project, Orissa.They block the entrance of Tata office at Bombay House.
This has been done in order to protect turtles which resides near by Dhamra Port – Chandipur – Orrisa.

5. Martin - December 17, 2008

Is it Greenpeace giving the TATAs a tough time since their new port coming up in orissa, will affect the Oliver ridley turtles??

6. Anubhav Chatterjee - December 17, 2008

Green peace activity by teenage mutamt ninja turtles.

7. Dhananjay - December 17, 2008

Bombay House…Olive Ridley turtles…Dhamra port…

8. karthik - December 18, 2008

Greenpeace activists dressed as turtles stand chained in protest on poles of the Tata’s headquarter building, in Mumbai. Greenpeace claims that development of the Tata Steel port at Dhamra in Orissa, could spell doom for the endangered Olive Ridley turtles, whose nesting sites are about 15 kilometers from the port.

9. chetan - December 18, 2008

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