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Community radio as a phenomenon: Winning hertz
In today’s world of converged media, radio programmes have a greater reach than ever before as they are shared on social media sites.
This Indian student’s video on climate change won a global competition
Adarsh Prathap underlines the importance of mangroves and shows how their conservation can save thousands of lives
Tune in: What did Buddhist monks hear when they meditated in Goan caves in the 6th century?
“It is important to preserve this experience. Sound is just an alternate exploration of information and an experience...”
मालवा के कबीर से एक मुलाकात (In Hindi)
कबीर भजनों के साथ साथ बातचीत करना, चाय पीना, दोस्ती बढ़ाना और अपने दुख-दऱ्दों को आपस में बांटना और इन भजनों में इसके समाधान ढूंढना, लोगों को इससे जोड़त...
Indigenous Peoples Day: Through the Lens of Women
Sensing the urgency to document traditional knowledge that elders possess, Chirhah has helped make films like ‘Millet-Securing livelihoods’
Amid fund crunch, CGNet Swara eyes shift to Bluetooth radio tech
Under the Digital India campaign, optical fibre cables are being laid at the village level. That makes it possible for “Bluetooth radio" to work.
PM sees in Chhattisgarh’s Radio Bultoo an example worth emulating for farmers
"Radio Bultoo", Chhattisgarh's version of disseminating information through bluetooth-enabled mobile phones in local languages, fascinated the PM
To beat the drought, women farmers of Anantapur have entered the millet revolution in Andhra
With government support, they are now falling back to their traditional farming practices for a better living.
Tamil Nadu farmers fight drought with organic farming
Traditional crops have medicinal value, are well-suited to the local soil conditions and can survive drought