Bultoo radio from Gadchiroli Maharashtra in Gondi language: 4th Sept 17...

Today Izaamsay Katange and Deepak Madavi are presenting a Bultoo Radio Program in Gondi language from Gadchiroli Maharashtra in this latest edition of Bultoo Radio.Villagers use their mobile phones to record these songs and reports. They call 08050068000 to record. Now this program can be downloaded by people from their Gram Panchayat office if it has Broadband or from a download center nearby. They can also get it from someone nearby with smartphone and internet and then via Bluetooth.

Posted on: Sep 03, 2017. Tags: GADCHIROLI GONDI IZAAMSAY KATANGE DEEPAK MADAVI MAHARASHTRA

Live report of protest in Maharashtra against dam at border with Telangana...

Lalsu Nogoti is reporting from Medighatta- Pochampalli dam site where Chief Minister K C Rao of Telangana is starting work of the dam and local people are protesting. They say 16,000 farmers will loose their land if dam comes up but no rehabilitation work has started. People are showing black flags saying they have not been discussed and Govt is behaving like an autocrat to push this dam which will inundate 4-6000 hectare of land. Opposition Congress party is supporting people. Lalsu@9405130530

Posted on: May 03, 2016. Tags: LALSU NOGOTI MAHARASHTRA TELANGANA

Bluetooth Radio program from CG, MP and Maharashtra: 11th March 2016...

Rajendra Koreti today is presenting the Bultoo ( Bluetooth) Radio program where he has chosen messages and songs from Maharashtra, MP and Chhattisgarh. People from remote areas call CGnet Swara number ( 08050068000) to record their songs and messages which has been made as a Bultoo radio program. Now people from villages can download the same from their Gram Panchayat with broadband connection and share with other using Bultoo ( Bluetooth). They can also download it on a smart phone.

Posted on: Mar 11, 2016. Tags: KORETI MAHARASHTRA RAJENDRA

Live songs, dance and drums from Adivasi fair in Gadchiroli, Maharashtra...

Lalsu Nogoti is visiting Bejur village in Bhamragarh area of Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra where he is witnessing a 3 day adivasi festival where people from more than 50 villages have assembled. They are singing, dancing and having fun. He helps us listen and tells their adivasis are also planning for next Pandum ( festival) in various villages where they will similarly assemble and sing and dance which an integral part of adivasi culture and way of life. For more Lalsu@9405130530

Posted on: Jan 22, 2016. Tags: GADCHIROLI LALSU NOGOTI MAHARASHTRA

Live Pine drums and report from Adivasi festival in Gadchiroli Maharashtra...

Lalsu Nogoti is visiting Bejur village in Bhamragarh tehsil of Gadchiroli district in Maharashtra where he is part of an adivasi fair where people are playing Pain drum which he helps us listen. These melas start in adivasi areas after harvesting of crop and whole community participates. These drums and dances will continue often for whole night and the fair will continue for many days. Adivasis assemble from many villages on their own and take turn in visiting the next village when they organise a fair.

Posted on: Jan 19, 2016. Tags: GADCHIROLI LALSU NOGOTI MAHARASHTRA

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