It is estimated that the area of Pelma, Chhattisgarh holds about 40 million tonnes of coal that the corporates are eyeing.
A new law by the Chhattisgarh government threatens to rob more than 60 tribal families of the right to their land.
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...
Yet another inspiring story of people taking care of each other in the current crisis. 15 workers from Jharkhand were brought to Saraipali panchayat in Chhattisgarh by a contractor to work on electricity towers. When the lockdown was declared the contractor took off without making any arrangements for these workers...
Women from over 35 villages, in Chhattisgarh, came together, organised an all-women Kabaddi Competition and shattered all stereotypes and inhibitions.
The most common culprit of air pollution, across is the burning of coal, oil, and gas, also leading to the climate crisis.
Gurushree company in Delari village, Raigarh, discharging contaminated water majorly causing water pollution and damaging agricultural land.
In 2000 Jindal confiscated land in Punjipathra village in Chhattisgarh. Its been 18 years, the residents are still waiting for jobs promised to them.