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Shaheed Hospital: The Story of a Revolution

 
/ December 13, 2017

Born of a workers’ struggle, Shaheed Hospital has been providing affordable and respectful care to Chhattisgarh’s rural population for 34 years now.

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A War That Never Stops

 
/ December 12, 2017

The government is waging a war on women’s bodies in the name of providing reproductive healthcare.

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Trafficked at 11, Pregnant Teen Comes Home to Police Inaction

 
/ December 8, 2017

For nine long years that Nagma was missing, the police took no action to trace her and is doing little now to punish her traffickers.

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An India Where the Mind is Truly Without Fear

 
/ December 6, 2017

In the small town of Delwara in Rajasthan, Muslims, Hindus and Jains live in rare harmony even as rabid communalism is celebrated as #ShauryaDiwas.

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Rural Connectivity: Video Brings Roads to Chhattisgarh’s Red Corridor

 
/ December 4, 2017

Community Correspondent Khirendra Yadav’s video ensured rural connectivity for people in Kondagaon, albeit under heavy CRPF presence.

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Riverine Erosion Swallows Livelihoods in West Bengal

 
/ November 30, 2017

For the past 16 years, riverine erosion by the Ghargharia river has been eating away at the land in Coochbehar’s Uttar Kaljani village, while the authorities do nothing.

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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.

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“He Chewed my Face Like an Animal”: A Survivor of Domestic Violence Speaks Up

 
/ November 25, 2017

After having faced domestic violence for 14 years of her marriage, when Parvin decided to separate, her husband took revenge by attacking and disfiguring her.