Month: March 2017

Impact

Tosh Maidan – From Firing Range to Paradise Regained

 
/ March 24, 2017

A firing range in a pristine Himalayan meadow finally shuts down after 40 years due to a community movement

The Tussle Between Tribal and Hindu Gods

 
/ March 22, 2017

The indigenous Kondhs of Odisha face obstacles in continuing with their age-old worship rituals because they involve animal sacrifice.

Ailing Art of Jharkhand Needs Urgent Revival

 
/ March 20, 2017

The artisans of Jharkhand were on their way to script a success story thanks to a government initiative Jharcraft. But then in 2014, they lost...

Impact

Tragic Death of Two Children Motivates Community to Demand School

 
/ March 16, 2017

The tragic death of two girls was the catalyst for transformation in a village in Uttar Pradesh to demand a school in their village, under...

Meet The Kashmiri Girl Who Wants To Be A Cricketing Star

 
/ March 14, 2017

Iqra Bano fights patriarchy and state neglect to pursue her dream of playing professional cricket.

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Home is Where We Must Start to Dismantle Patriarchy

 
/ March 8, 2017

This International Women’s Day let’s radically transform our private spheres into equal spaces This women’s day are you feeling smothered by pink messages extolling your...

50 million affected by Arsenic Poisoning in West Bengal

 
/ March 8, 2017

As rural West Bengal’s residents die of poisoning, the local administration claims they have no knowledge of the problem in the area Everyday Jahema Bewa...

The Death of a Young Man in Kashmir

 
/ March 8, 2017

How can we bring justice to the family of the victim of yet another senseless killing in Kashmir? On 7 November 2015, Prime Minister Narendra...