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    GROUND SCENARIO IN SARANGIJHARIA IN SUNDARGARH (ODISHA) A REFLECTION ON POSSIBILITIES AHEAD

    As we arrived at Sarangjharia, a village about 12 kilometers away from coal mine, we found the locals gathered around a tree with baskets in their hands, waiting for a man climbing the tree in front of us to get them some jackfruit. This is symbolic of the quiet and simple life that people live in the village which is not yet claimed by any mining companies and hence the area remained untouched by any major industries as yet and the village coexist with nature. 

    According to the villagers, while the majority are engaged in agriculture, one-fourth of the residents are

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