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The people behind the campaign
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Agatha Sangma, Member of Parliament
All Kerala Rivers Protection Council
Include the natives in climate decisions: ...
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Include the natives in climate decisions: Agatha Sangma
30-03-2010 At a seminar held in Manila, Agatha Sangma, India's youngest Member of Parliament stressed that the rural poor, especially indigenous people be made party to the climate change decision-making process.
She stated that the global initiatives should not deprive local communities of their right to land and distort local economies.
Agatha Sangma: Youngest ...
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Agatha Sangma: Youngest member of Parliament (M.P.) ssc marks 2009, ssc marks, ssc 2009 marksheet, ssc mark list, ssc marksheet 2009 , esevaonline , eseva
Earlier this week, when MPs from ...
www.sify.com, 9 Feb 2014 [cached]
Earlier this week, when MPs from the northeastern states were called upon to address students, Agatha Sangma, a Lok Sabha member from Tura constituency in Meghalaya, had spoken about existing racism in the country.
Greenpeace had invited Agatha ...
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Greenpeace had invited Agatha Sangma to board its ship 'Arctic Sunrise' to witness 'glacial meltdown' on August 20-26.
Greenpeace India, an inveterate critic of the government on a range of issues from GM food to Orissa's turtles, turned to the UPA's youngest Minister Agatha Sangma for its latest photo-op - but will now have to stage it without her.
On June 23, Sangma, Minister of State for Rural Development, sent her written acceptance to Greenpeace's invitation to board its ship, Arctic Sunrise, currently stationed near Greenland, and witness "glacial meltdown" between August 20-26.
Last week, however, she
acceptance after the PMO advised against it.
When contacted, Sangma
accepted the invitation because she
was "not aware of the technicalities involved."
"There has been no precedent of a minister associating himself in such a function.
The PMO showed reluctance and I went by its advice," she
told The Indian Express
said Greenpeace wanted her to speak on these issues on her return.