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A Contentious Triple Talaq Bill
The triple talaq bill, waiting for the Rajya Sabha's approval, has left people debating about whether it will actually protect Muslim women's rights.
When Traditional Art Forms Become the Key to Poverty Eradication
Banglanatak is showing the world how folk art forms can revivify communities and sustain them.
Usha: A New Beginning for Sex Workers
A co-operative bank run for and by sex workers is changing lives across West Bengal.
Different Beats: Being a Female Tabla Player
Mithu Tikadar is a Dalit and professional female tabla player who is breaking norms in a male-dominated field despite facing discrimination – even by her own family.
80 families of Kolkata suburb make do with two toilets
According to the UN, sanitation – access to, and use of, excreta and wastewater facilities and services such as clean toilets is a basic human right. However, the Bhagabati Chatterjee street, Belgharia, a suburb of Kolkata has just two toilets that are used by more than eighty families of the...
20 families fear for their lives
Every day, 20 Dalit families face the fear of either being bitten by snakes, scorpions and other poisonous creature as there is no boundary wall guarding the Panna Jheel (pond), on the banks of which they reside. The problem worsens during the monsoon. The community has approached various representatives from...