Raigarh of Chattisgarh faces the wrath of Industrialization | Awaz ho Buland EP 12
In this Video, Community Correspondent Rajesh Gupta, from Raigarh, Capital of Chattisgarh, tells us about the Resource Curse or Paradox of Plenty in his area.
Lockdown Grinds Chattisgarh’s Rural Economy to Halt
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...
The Ground Realities of Digital India
Four years since the launch of Digital India, a village in Chhatisgarh waits for electricity and stable mobile network.
Six Years On, MGNREGA Payments Finally Released
Community Correspondent's video and persistence helps 18 workers finally get their due wages under the MGNREGA scheme - India's "stellar example of rural development”.
Bridging the gap between Adivasi communities and administration
The Baiga people are one of the many tribes in Central India. Community Correspondent Dina works closely with this reclusive tribe and in this interview she details how she & her camera bridged the gap between adivasis & administration to bring water for 35 children in an anganwadi. Traditionally referring...
The Ramshackle School
The primary school in Khutdobara village of Kondagaon district in Chattisgarh is one of the many examples of poor implementation of the Right to Education Act. The building has been in a dilapidated conditions for years. It requires a long list of repairs among which the broken ceiling is a...
Another Dam Cripples the People
The Mogra dam in Rajnandgaon District was planned in 1967 and was finally built by early 2006. The dam is situated on the Seonath river in Rajnandgaon District, Chattisgarh which affect a total of 56 villages situated around its trajectory. The project saw heavy resistance and displaced more than 15000...