This week in India Loud & Clear we travel to conflicts that impact millions of Indians every day.
Residents of Sanguem block of South Goa staged a protest when the Forest department axed their hereditary betel nut trees.
Khunti village in Jharkhand was raided by elephants leaving a child injured and causing economic loss to the farmer.
Community Correspondent helps a victim’s family from tea gardens of Bhatkawa, West Bengal to get compensation, who was attacked by an elephant.
The Dooars are known to be human animal conflict zones; infrastructure development, illegal mining and land fragmentation are only adding to the problem.