Tribals who have been living and cultivating the land for 40+ years are still waiting for their land rights.
Demolitions across 22 states have rendered more than 54,000 people homeless.
A new law by the Chhattisgarh government threatens to rob more than 60 tribal families of the right to their land.
As the government works to keep tiger reserves free from all human activity, Adivasi communities living in reserve precincts struggle to survive.
18 families in a Madhya Pradesh village are struggling to formalise the ownership of the land on which they live and cultivate, under the Forest Rights Act.
The Forest Rights Act entitles Adivasi and forest-dwelling communities to both individual and community land ownership, but the process, mostly, is a long-winding one.
The Kol community, a Scheduled Tribe in most states, has had little in the name of land rights or even human rights and dignity. But not one to step back, they see some hope in the Forest Rights Act of 2006 even after 10 years of running back and forth...