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Nagaland’s docu-film bags first prize
“We want to show the people and the government about the importance of sustaining the cultivation of millets for maintaining agro-bio diversity,”
Twist of the Tongue
Using mobile phones and Bluetooth, the Pahadi Korbas of Chhattisgarh record and share songs of their community and rediscover a dying language.
The Miracle of 'Bluetooth' Radio
All messages and songs recorded in the district over the day, in local languages such as Kuduk, reach every villager in this manner, free of charge.
रेडियो 'ब्लूटूथ' कर रहा है कमाल (in Hindi)
हर गाँव से एक व्यक्ति हर सुबह अपने ग्राम पंचायत के दफ़्तर में आकर अपने ब्लूटूथ वाले मोबाइल फ़ोन में 'कुडुक' भाषा में बने रेडियो कार्यक्रम को डाउनलोड करता है.
A Digital Book Library for Blind Students Is Helping Them Visualise a Bright Future
Bengaluru based Samarthanam Trust for Disabled has 5,000 audio books to help students with disabilities achieve their educational goals.
The Man Who Is Using Cameras To Revolutionize Agriculture In India
Farmers become video filmmakers, which is turning them into more productive farmers and more confident human beings.
People’s Archive of Rural India
Both a living journal and an archive aimed at recording the everyday lives of everyday people.
Radio women of Patara wins Unesco award
"I talk to Saharians in their own language about their village, livelihood, food etc. and broadcast them through Radio Dhadkan," says Ramvati.