Traditional Farming Seeks Market in Goa
Devidas Gaonkar / December 29, 2011
Tribal Farmers in South Goa want a market for their wares
My Videos, My Voice, My People
Devidas Gaonkar / November 22, 2011
In Cotigaon, Goa Videoactivist Devidas G. screen his videos for his community
Shrines Chosen Over Shelter
Devidas Gaonkar / March 2, 2011
Millions of rupees meant to provide basic amenities to locals is diverted to build temples by village panchayat in Goa’s Cotigaon.
Education – The Great Divide
Devidas Gaonkar / January 19, 2011
Switching language of instruction leads to high drop-out rates in higher secondary school in Goa.
Polythene Ban? It Exists Only On Paper
Devidas Gaonkar / November 29, 2010
Despite a ban, rampant use of polythene continues in Goa.
Flourishing Mines Devastates Farmland
Devidas Gaonkar / November 15, 2010
Mines in Goa destroy local tribal communities’ livelihood, while benefiting a few corporations
Goan Island Fights Land Grab
Devidas Gaonkar / October 4, 2010
Unholy nexus between a church and a real estate developer threatens to make hundreds homeless in Goa.