Self-rule by Adivasis could end Maoism
Adivasis make 99% of the Maoist movement, and most of them are fighting to save their forest, land and dignity
Bridging urban-rural divide
Cooperative initiatives that involve urban and rural people to solve problems of villages as well as cities, help to bridge the rural-urban divide
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.
Here is How India’s ‘Peace Soldiers’ Helped Prevent Many Communal Riots in India
The idea of the original Shanti Sena still lives on through individuals engaging in such actions under other banners.
When human beings go past language
Ganesh Devy is now focused on studying how long it will be before we move away from speech-based communication.
Why our bias against oral cultures insults India's rich linguistic heritage
As a nation, we must focus more on language diversity rather than obsessing over language divides.
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.
Liberative communication for Genuine participation
Masses of the rural poor can liberate themselves not only from regressive tradition but also from manipulation, control and exploitation of elite o...