Jharia, a living hell Trailer

Jharia, a living hell Trailer (2016)

08 February 2016 Factual 52 mins

Jharia is a mining town in Northeast India. we find it one of the richest countries of the coal deposits. For nearly a century, mining, poorly maintained, are ravaged by an uncontrollable and devastating fire. Propagating from vein to vein, the flames eat away the basement, spring from the earth, envelop the region in thick toxic fumes. For the residents, it was coal that wealth has become a curse.

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France 08 February 2016

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