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Malda Locals In Fear, Soil Erosion Might Take Away Everything From Them

 
/ September 7, 2020

Soil erosion in rural West Bengal is taking away the only thing they could hold onto - their land.

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Illegal Sand Mining on RambiAra River in South Kashmir Goes on Unchecked

 
/ August 14, 2020

Illegal sand-mining in a tributary of Jhelum poses long term threat not just for the environment but for south Kashmir's sustainability.

Farmers Crop Spoiled, Income of Whole Year is At Risk

 
/ June 4, 2020

Farmers in Maharashtra's Aadachiwadi village are unable to sell their produce due to the lockdown.

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Lockdown Grinds Chattisgarh’s Rural Economy to Halt

 
/ June 2, 2020

The lockdown has severely hit small scale vendors like street food stall owners and farm labourers in Chattisgarh’s Raigarh district. Our community correspondent Rajesh Gupta sends us this ground report from Turenga village in Raigarh. In the absence of any work or customers, these small vendors are at home without...

Uttar Pradesh Daily Wagers Rely on Activists For Essentials | COVID 19

 
/ May 22, 2020

Lockdown enforced by the Government of India to prevent the infection of Covid-19 epidemic has left a lot of daily wagers and marginalised communities without money or food. The government has announced relief measures but it doesn’t seem to be enough for everyone. One of the primary reasons for this...

VV Correspondent Works to Arrange Safety Gear for Gujarat’s Sanitation Workers | COVID 19

 
/ May 20, 2020

Yashodhara, a community correspondent with Video Volunteers ensured that sanitation workers no longer have to work while risking their lives.

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Faked Digital School deprives tribal kids of Digital Literacy

 
/ May 7, 2020

In this shocking report, the government funds released for setting up digital schools at two remote villages in nandurbaar have been misused by officials.

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Woman Changemaker lits up dark lives in rural Odisha

 
/ April 23, 2020

The story effectively depicts as to how change is triggered with mere presence of a Citizen journalist in the most media dark region of India.