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Impact: Community Media Helped People Access Water Supply

 
/ November 13, 2019

In Mohanpur village, Uttar Pradesh, women had to walk 2km far to fetch water. Our Community Correspondent helped her community in installing a new hand-pump.

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Open Defecation Free? People From a Village in Madhya Pradesh, Still Forced to Go in...

 
/ May 31, 2019

In Madhya Pradesh’s Dhehadi Amdhana village, the Swachh Bharat Mission has failed to provide household toilets despite the state’s Open Defecation Free status.

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Health Care System Continues to Remain Inaccessible to Rural India

 
/ May 18, 2019

A proper health care system remains inaccessible to most of rural India as hospitals lack doctors, nurses and lab technicians.

The Cruel Reality of Resettlement and Rehabilitation in India

 
/ November 23, 2018

In the wake of heavy rainfall 2005, this village in Maharashtra was washed away; its 2000 odd residents wait for rehabilitation to this day.

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No Road to Development in these Bihar Villages, Literally

 
/ September 3, 2018

The promise of road connectivity has defined the votes of the people of Dasraha and Baruara; their hopes are now pegged on the state government’s “seven commitments.”

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Labour Day: The Invisible and Dispensable Lives behind Swachh Bharat

 
/ May 1, 2018

Sanitation workers often resort to consuming alcohol to become numb to the stench of drains. All they get in return? Delayed wages and stigma. Reena Ramteke reports on the scenes behind Swachh Bharat hoardings and songs.

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Bauls in West Bengal Languish due to Government Apathy

 
/ November 27, 2017

Folk musicians whose rustic tunes and lyrics have inspired the likes of Tagore and Dylan suffer as state stops paying their monthly stipend.

After 40 years, community gets a proper road due to collective action

 
/ December 5, 2016

The village of Dehri Amdana in Madhya Pradesh was cut-off from the rest of the world for 40 years. The only road leading to the village was a narrow muddy path which was highly inaccessible, making it hard for the villagers to travel for their basic necessities and livelihood. Children would...