Karva Chauth has arrived. A festival of love as some call it, is just one more occasion for advertisers to ply you with everything from garish lehengas to bejewelled sieves and special facials and hairdos.
How many lives will it take to shake the government out of its slumber and implement and better the disability pension schemes?
First displaced by the flooding caused by the Sardar Sarovar Dam, these Narmada oustees are still living in fear of submergence.
For three years, a group of women went around Nashik collecting waste from garbage dumps; their work is finally being recognised, thanks to a video.
Thousands of migrant workers are employed by the BMC for the pre-monsoon cleanup every year. But they are made to work illegally in inhuman conditions.
Some of the richest tea gardens in the country cannot even assure clean drinking water to their employees, the local government is doing nothing either.
Once in decline, this ancient art form, adapted centuries ago from Persia is seeing a revival in the valley.
Government’s promise of rural electrification went unfulfilled till Shambhu’s video roused authorities from their slumber.