Tribals of Madhya Pradesh Waiting For Ownership Papers of Their Land
Mohan Lal Seelu / March 7, 2022
Tribals who have been living and cultivating the land for 40+ years are still waiting for their land rights.
Fined, Threatened, Intimidated for Claiming their Rights
Ramlal Baiga / July 23, 2018
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.
State Repression Forces Adivasis Out of Their Land in Odisha
Bideshini Patel / June 29, 2018
The PESA law makes it mandatory for village councils to be consulted before any land acquisition in the village, but it is being blatantly violated today.
A Highway in Kashmir Threatens to Cut Across the Fortunes of Farmers
Nadiya Shafi / June 27, 2018
Apple and peach farmers in Budgam fear losing their land as the road of development lays down concrete through their orchards.
Illegal Stone Mining Takes a Toll on People’s Lives and Livelihoods
Shanti Baraik / June 30, 2017
Construction company Shivalaya illegally acquired 50 acres of land and is engaging in illegal stone mining in Gumla, Jharkhand.