Tag: Jharkhand

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Trafficked and Sold from One Man to Another, Minor Finally Returns Home

 
/ February 16, 2018

Nati was one of the 130 children who go missing and often fall victim to trafficking every day in India. Sold for 70,000 rupees, she was forcibly married and abused for a year before she managed to come back home.

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Government Hospital in Jharkhand Leads by Example

 
/ February 8, 2018

At 167 deaths for every one lakh live births, India’s maternal mortality rate is still much higher than the Sustainable Development Goals target of 70. How can government hospitals help change the figure?

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Inside Jharkhand: A Tale of Two Hospitals

 
/ February 7, 2018

At 167 deaths for every one lakh live births, India’s maternal mortality rate is still much higher than the Sustainable Development Goals target of 70. How can government hospitals help change the figure?

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Pension Schemes Fail Village Elderly

 
/ January 12, 2018

An elderly woman in Jharkhand is forced to pick leaves and weave baskets for a measly income, despite being entitled to a monthly payment under the Indira Gandhi Old Age Pension Scheme.

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Painting a New Story: Sohrai Art in Jharkhand

 
/ November 17, 2017

Traditionally painted by women, Sohrai and Khovar are indigenous art forms depicting weddings, harvests and life in the forests.

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Public Health in Jharkhand: One Crumbling Health Centre for 8000 People

 
/ November 3, 2017

Reports on maternal and child deaths come in from different parts of the country everyday: no surprise given that the public health infrastructure is in shambles.

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Malnourished Democracy

 
/ October 28, 2017

The death of an eleven-year-old in Jharkhand has once again focused attention on the abysmal performance of the world's largest democracy in fighting hunger and malnourishment. But what happens once the media's glare shifts?

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Impact: Accused in Jharkhand Witch Hunting Case Arrested

 
/ October 9, 2017

Tireless efforts from Correspondent Nirmala Ekka and AALI have forced the officials to take action.