Despite a ban, rampant use of polythene continues in Goa.
Mines in Goa destroy local tribal communities’ livelihood, while benefiting a few corporations
Unholy nexus between a church and a real estate developer threatens to make hundreds homeless in Goa.
Millions of rupees meant to provide basic amenities to locals is diverted to build temples by village panchayat in Goa’s Cotigaon.
Coconut is used widely in Goa, but it’s only the tribals such as Gawdas who still weave mats out of coconut fronds.
Goa’s Velip tribal people are battling the Forest Department for the right to use their ancestral lands.
Goa is mostly known for being a top tourist destination, but away from the coast