United by spirituality, divided by religion
What constitutes right conduct – to understand the pain of another, to help those in distress and to serve with humility
Meet Taukeer Alam, the school dropout who has become one of Uttarakhand’s top birders
He handles field equipment with ease, enters field data in computer, analyses video footage of woodpeckers, initiates nature clubs in villages...
Legacies crucial for the commons
They encompass Marx’s vision of a society that bridges humanity’s ‘metabolic rift’ with nature, and Gandhi’s emphasis on living lightly on earth.
Under Modi, India Has Witnessed an Unprecedented Chomping of the Earth
The natural environment is the daily lifeline of ... forest-dwellers, fishers, farmers, craftspersons, pastoralists, urban poor.
What cities must do to stay sustainable and resilient
Citizens’ campaigns in large cities are pushing their governments to bring together the questions of urban infrastructure, ecology and governance.
Open a door: No room for discrimination and communal profiling in West Bengal
(They) intervene in cases where people complain of discrimination and mobilize the locals to eliminate discrimination.
Speech and Hearing Impaired Individuals Run the Show at This Mumbai Restaurant!
Diners are required to simply mimic these hand-gestures to place their orders.
The Centre Cannot Hold: How GN Devy challenges our concept of knowledge
Devy is now at the frontline of the war over knowledge, language and politics.
A league of extraordinary women
“The cases we resolve act as moral support to other victims of violence. "