Illegal mining forces Raniganj residents to eat now and die tomorrow
Villages in Asansol-Raniganj coal belt, which go to polls on April 29, 2019, stand on precarious land that might collapse any day, but the …
West Bengal’s tea-tribe voters have a jumbo problem
Workers in Majherdabri tea estate say no candidate is addressing their fear of elephant attacks
Has the Narmada dream been oversold by Gujarat politicians?
The Narmada project continues to be an effective political tool that has been used by all the parties whenever polls come near
Drought-prone Banda district awaits the shower of poll promises
Poverty, hunger and deprivation plaguing the Bundelkhand region hardly become a poll issue
Congress promises Rs 72,000 per year minimum income for poor
Calling it the Nyaya scheme, Rahul Gandhi said it will be an extension of UPA government’s flagship MGNREGS
Ganga speaks volumes on flawed govt plan, yet makes no poll ripples
Uttar Pradesh's rivers find no mention in election discourse despite clean-up projects being the keystone of the Centre
Forest Rights Act to cast its shadow on polling in Himachal Pradesh
A large section of people in the hill state are united in their stand to boycott the elections as successive governments have failed to implement FRA
चुनावी भाषणों से गायब है साफ हवा का मुद्दा
जनता फिर दूषित वायु एवं स्मॉग को भूलकर राजनीतिक पार्टियों द्वारा फैलाये गए सामयिक चुनावी मुद्दों में फंस गई है।
Pathalgadi rebellion takes shape of a new crisis at election time
Scared of mistreatment, 30 villages in Khunti district of Jharkhand have decided to boycott elections
Why are Wayanad tribals, farmers wary of poll promises?
It seems that tribal leaders, farmers and environmentalists are not impressed with Rahul Gandhi contesting from their constituency
Will the mining stalemate affect Lok Sabha polls in Goa?
The mining industry’s poorest stakeholders, who comprise a sizeable population of Goa, have been rendered jobless by a state dragging its …
Rahul Gandhi may bet big on NYAY but how viable is it
It’s confusing how the Congress arrived at the figure of Rs 12,000/month for a family to get out of poverty; and how they’re going to …
One in five voters in Odisha are tribals. But do they get their due?
Odisha's record in addressing forest rights is poorer than the national average, despite the Union Tribal Minister hailing from the state