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‘British Time Had Better Medical Facilities For Tea Garden Workers Than Now’

 
/ April 19, 2021

Why hasn't the Plantation Act been implemented that cares for the welfare of tea garden workers?

Bihar Govt Assures Striking Employees of Not Cancelling Their Appointments, Later Backtracks

 
/ April 6, 2021

The new Bihar government has played a cruel joke on protesting government employees.

Bihar Villagers Make-Do With Bamboo Bridges As No Concrete Crossing In This Flood-Prone Village

 
/ March 19, 2021

Five months since the new state government has been sworn in but nothing has changed.

IWD2021 | Orphaned in Childhood, This Woman Fought Against All Odds to Educate Herself and...

 
/ March 8, 2021

Dr. Jaymati Kashyap has worked to preserve the Gondi language and rescued many women from human trafficking.

Four Years Since A Man From Bengal Tea Gardens Moved Out To Work And Never...

 
/ February 24, 2021

Human trafficking in West Bengal's tea gardens continues to wreak havoc and destroy lives.

Correspondents Take Charge In Making Video Volunteers Into A Community Media Movement

 
/ February 9, 2021

Ever since the formation of Video Volunteers (VV), we always wanted to create an organization that was run by our most important stakeholders – the Community Correspondents (CC). We aimed for a structure that was non-hierarchical and where every CC played a role in shaping and transforming VV into a...

In West Bengal, One Woman Is Reviving A Centuries Old Tradition of Women Working As...

 
/ January 27, 2021

In modern India, it is unheard that a woman officiated as the priest of a religious event.

Folks From 18 Villages Cross This River Everyday, Yet There is No Bridge

 
/ January 22, 2021

Many applications later, hundreds of people continue to suffer.