On Homestays and Conservation in Ladakh - Sherab Dolma interviewed
All the women in the village feel empowered and they really like it when people come from outside, sharing news and views.
Hill community was losing touch with its language. Then it turned to Whatsapp
They share stories, poems and songs in Runglwo, giving members a chance to learn and practise the language.
Ladakh's UT Status Should Mean Ladakh's Values Are Not Stolen By Development
The world is not merely its physical reality, but rather, invisible living forces and potencies are constantly present in it and are on the move.
उत्तराखंड की इस विलुप्त होती भाषा को बचाने में वॉट्सऐप बना मददगार (in Hindi)
विविध सोशल मीडिया पर कई ग्रुप बन गए जहां लोग रंगलो भाषा में ऑडियो रिकॉर्डिंग पोस्ट करने लगे। रंगलो के शब्द और उनके अर्थ भी शेयर हो रहे हैं
Gond children learn to conserve forests
They took an oath to protect their forest. After several discussions, residents of all the adjacent villages agreed to protect the forest.
In Kashmir, an imperilled zone of peace
" ... a number of peaceful protests were organised here and in Srinagar and no incident of violence was ever reported,”
To the Brave and Peace-seeking People of the Kashmir Valley - कश्मीर घाटी के बहादुर और अमन पसंद लोगों के नाम
We look forward to our common future. हम आपके साथ अपने सांझे भविष्य की और आशा से देख रहे हैं
Low-cost housing needs dignity, says Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi
“If you empower people then what happens is that it creates incentives for people that are self-generated. "
How a community radio gives voice to the climate-vulnerable in Tamil Nadu
Community Radio used in order to mobilise people before disasters, spread awareness and precautions, provide psychological support