WHO LIVE IT
In the wake of heavy rainfall 2005, this village in Maharashtra was washed away; its 2000 odd residents wait for rehabilitation to this day.
A village in Kushinagar lives on the brink of malnourishment as the Public Distribution System fails to deliver to the most disenfranchised. Or, fails to ensure last mile service delivery.
Khairamari village in West Bengal’s Murshidabad district has never had a road, except a dirt track that the government cleared out 20 years ago.
Delhi-based NGO Nirmana works to “build an inclusive India” by campaigning for the rights of the country’s 10 crore construction workers.
14 persons from two villages in Maharashtra were rehabilitated years after they were displaced by the dam; over a hundred families in the state are still waiting.
Threatened and attacked for filing 200 RTI applications in 10 years, activist Nilamani Joshi continues undaunted.
As the government works to keep tiger reserves free from all human activity, Adivasi communities living in reserve precincts struggle to survive.
The sanitation workers of the TB centre at the Government Medical College and Hospital in Nagpur have no option but to live in unsanitary conditions.