Monday, May 23, 2022


Chhattisgarh government’s flip-flop on forest rights

In May 2020, the Chhattisgarh government had made the state forest department the nodal agency for Community Forest Resource Rights (CFRR). The decision was reversed in June 2020 after protests.
Makdam Jamlo

Little Makdam Jamlo’s Dies After Long Walk from Telangana to Chhattisgarh Amid Lockdown

Twelve year old Makdam Jamlo was the only child of her parents and died of exhaustion and fatigue after undertaking an arduous 100 km long journey from Telangana to Chhattisgarh.
Rajendra Sail

The Human Rights Movement and the Commitment and Diversity of Rajendra Sail

Rajendra Sail was a committed and perseverant activist who devoted his entire life to fight for the rights of voiceless labourers and downtrodden people.

The NIA and Why Congress-led Chhattisgarh is Opposing it

The NIA is being opposed by Congress led Chhattisgarh government for giving Centre unprecedented powers.

‘A Dog and His Man’: When Chattisgarh’s Villages Disappeared Due to Coal Mining

Siddharth Tripathy’s film ‘A Dog And His Man’ traces the pathology of villagers living in Chattisgarh’s coal mining belt.

Land Acquisition / Thousands of Protestors Oppose Coal Project in Chhattisgarh

Coal Satyagraha against mining projects in Chhattisgarh unites tribal groups.

The Art of Teaching and the Creativity of the Teacher

EDUCATION Teaching as a vocation requires us to grow and learn throughout. Children can benefit from a pedagogue when she is introspective and eager for her vocation. Shehnaz

A Creative Outlook at the Issue of Remaining Absent from the Classroom in Schools

FROM THE FIELD The task of arousing interest in learning in the mind of the young student rests on the teacher. Creativity and imagination equip the teacher to invite little minds in the celebration of knowledge. Shehnaz

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