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Proposed Port Development in Goa Threatens to Wipe out Fishing Communities

 
/ October 3, 2018

Sagarmala, a project designed to modernise India’s ports, threatens to wipe out the livelihoods of fisherfolk in Goa.

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Clean Up Your Act, and Clean Up the Environment

 
/ June 5, 2018

When it comes to the environment, there is a definite truth to the cliché, ‘change begins with us’.

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Battling Parkinson’s Disease with Hope

 
/ March 16, 2018

An organisation in Goa provides a support group for those living with Parkinson’s disease.

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Traditional Crafts of Goa: Weaving a Story of Progress

 
/ January 15, 2018

Lavo Mandri is a traditional art of weaving mats from Goa. Once almost extinct, Banglanatak workshops are breathing life into it.

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Susegad about the State of a School in Shambles

 
/ October 30, 2017

While the CM boasts that Goa is the richest state in India, the students in a high school in rural Cancona fear that the roof might collapse on their heads.

Keeping Indigenous Culture Alive, One Song at a Time

 
/ July 11, 2017

The Gauda community of Goa struggles to keep its indigenous culture from eroding in the face of imposed cultural practices and looks at traditional music as the first point of revival.

Buried Under Red Dust: Sonshi Mining Destroys Lives and Livelihoods

 
/ May 19, 2017

As iron ore mining wreaks havoc around Sonshi, the village's residents’ rise to save their home

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The Green Guardians of Goa: A Citizens’ Movement Against a Brewery

 
/ May 8, 2017

In a tiny village in South Goa, people have come forward to protect the environment when the government is bending backwards to accommodate corporate interests.