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Reached Home On Their Own, Quarantined Without Food or Water

 
/ July 2, 2020

A group of migrant labourers had to walk several hundred kilometres and spend days in a Madhya Pradesh quarantine centre without any facilities.

Video Volunteers Correspondent Arranges Food for Waste Pickers in Nashik, Maharashtra

 
/ June 26, 2020

Maya Khodve, a community correspondent from Nashik worked to provide food and relief for people affected by lockdown.

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Faked Digital School deprives tribal kids of Digital Literacy

 
/ May 7, 2020

In this shocking report, the government funds released for setting up digital schools at two remote villages in nandurbaar have been misused by officials.

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Surviving Corona in a Mumbai Slum. Annabhau Sathe Nagar Is a Lesson For All |...

 
/ April 27, 2020

Annabhau Sathe Nagar is a slum in Mumbai that houses around seven thousand people. Though the houses are only a few apart and densely populated, residents have taken the initiative to implement the lockdown. People can’t go out to earn their living, food is scarce and whatever little is available...

International Women’s day! More power to you, Womanhood

 
/ March 9, 2020

"I 'm in love with this day , because it makes us to love and care ourselves " beleives Rohini Pawar, a vibrant rural woman working as a community correspondent since 2010.

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Badlav Pe Charcha- Fixing India story of change

 
/ February 27, 2020

Chai pe charcha aur Pareeksha pe charcha ke baad aaj hum kar rahe hain Badlav pe charcha! Fixing India ke Is season ke akhiri episode mein hum jaanegnge ki badlaav pe humare kaam ki shuruat kab aur kaise hui aur is par kis tarah kaam hota hai.

Studying in Fear

 
/ March 7, 2017

Agara Village, Bhatiagarh, Madhya Pradesh | Aartibai Valmiki The gaping cracks in this school building have filled the hearts of teachers, students and their parents. But in the absence of any other school in the vicinity, children continue coming here, putting their lives at risk to get an education. It...

Land Rights Wronged!

 
/ March 7, 2017

Over 60% of India’s population depends on agricultural land to sustain themselves. At an average one hectare of land supports five people. For large parts of this population, especially tribals and scheduled castes, access to this land is problematic; most don’t have proper land tenure or when they do, the...