Tag: West Bengal
Nadia Potters Are Looking at Durga Puja With Eager Eyes | COVID-19
Last year too they couldn't earn anything as the lockdown was imposed just before their earning season.
Fixing India: VV Correspondent Helps Rescue Trafficked Children
Harihar Nagbansi has been working for the rights of tea garden workers to save them for exploitation and human trafficking,
700 West Bengal Families Have Lost Home, Farmland to Soil Erosion
A river barrage project over Ganga in West Bengal has slowly destroyed the lives of those living in low-lying areas of the project.
Poor Labourers From West Bengal Are Falling Prey to Silicosis
Poor, young men from West Bengal are suffering from occupational diseases without any compensation or treatment
Malda Locals In Fear, Soil Erosion Might Take Away Everything From Them
Soil erosion in rural West Bengal is taking away the only thing they could hold onto - their land.
Medical Negligence Took Another Life in West Bengal | COVID 19
Medical negligence by West Bengal health authorities cost a man, showing symtoms of COVID-19, his life.
After Seven Decades of Independence West Bengal Tea Garden Workers Yet to be Free From...
While India celebrated its 74th Independence Day, workers at Madhu Tea Garden and several other tea estates in Alipurduar, Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri districts marked the day with launching their campaign for basic rights. Community Correspondent Harihar brings us this news report from the thick of the action. He grew...
West Bengal Health Workers On Hunger Strike
Health workers from several districts of West Bengal are on hunger strike demanding better salaries and permanent commission.