Locals challenge plans for nuclear site in India
The Indian state of Maharashtra has a vast coastline, home to many fishing villages and farming communities.
Approximately 100 kilometres of this coastline has now been earmarked for major power generating projects by the government, including a nuclear power plant.
The BBC's Nidhi Dutt visited the planned project site and spoke to locals about their concerns.
07 Jan 2011
- From the section South Asia