Women artisans of Thar Desert overcome adversity through embroidery
Undeterred by displacement and resettled in the unforgiving Thar Desert, women now have used their skills of traditional embroidery to earn a livel...
Same-sex attraction is OK, boys can cry, girl’s no means no
The resource kit for educators of adolescents treats the issue of same-sex attraction with unusual maturity and talks about contraception...
I can hear the drums
“... while the outer world around us has changed, we haven’t changed much inside. Those conflicts are a part of my poetry,” he says.
Vikalp Sangam Report - Hemis Shukpachan
"Integrated organic farming is the way forward for Ladakh to ensure maximum returns largely due to the paucity of cultivable land in the region."
At Lamakaan, Hyderabad, programmes are consciously centred around events that matter to the city and its conscience.
I Will NOT Remain Silent...
We need to speak up, to write, to educate, to challenge and debate the idea of India, to remind our future generations of the Constitution of India...
Reviving a River, Reviving a Lost Culture
Tribal elders in downstream communities seek restoration of Myntdu River that has been destroyed by decades of coal mining.
The language of diversity
Adivasi Academy, a learning institute, is a must visit place for one to learn the importance of language and cultural diversity of our country.
Is Responsible Tourism an Oxymoron?
Tourism policy in India is increasingly realizing the potential and need for genuinely community-run, ecologically sensitive visitation.