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If I were a migrant worker

Vinta Nanda, inspired by a conversation with her friend K’ab, wonders how it would be if we were to be ...

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Labour, Rights, Disaster and Capitalism

The global pandemic crisis gripping the world currently has claimed over a quarter of a million lives. It has decimated livelihoods and incomes...

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The Staging of DEEWAR in India 2018

Prithvi Theatre opened to the public on a day in 1978, forty years ago. It is today an address that apart from being ...

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Find Your Equillibrium in the Clothes You Wear

The fashion industry is contributing in today’s sustainability challenge in a number of ways. Just like s...

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The Air In Nearly Every Big City In The Developing World Is Unhealthy To Breathe

Four out of five city-dwellers worldwide live in towns with lousy air, raising the odds of premature death from lung or heart ailments, the World Health Organization (WHO) ...

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VICTIMS, WOMEN & THE LANDED VOICELESS

So here?? the thing!

As I entered home this evening, my housekeeper Leela Lhama opened the door, as usual.

She normally takes my laptop bag from my hand and...

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Why is the World aiming for Sustainability?

To decide the narrative for this article has been quite a task. There are so many approaches to address the issue at hand, I could have been the cynic and looked back on al...

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World Malaria Day: Unplanned construction work leading to malaria increase

Unplanned construction activities, setting up of new industries and increased migration were leading to an upsurge in malaria cases in urban India, health experts have said...

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