WHO LIVE IT
As the government works to keep tiger reserves free from all human activity, Adivasi communities living in reserve precincts struggle to survive.
The sanitation workers of the TB centre at the Government Medical College and Hospital in Nagpur have no option but to live in unsanitary conditions.
North Bengal suffers from an acute water shortage and from water contamination but both the government and the tea industry have been slow to act.
Amidst debates on the dilution of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, a family in Odisha struggles to bring their ‘upper’ caste perpetrator to task.
West Bengal accounts for the highest number of reported trafficking cases in the country, yet victims often suffer further due to police inaction.
Police cracks down on demonstrating health workers in Bhopal, illegally detaining them; the workers are fighting for better pay and working conditions.
The Forest Right Act does not apply to Jammu & Kashmir, making nomadic communities in the state vulnerable to alienation, eviction and violence.