Does Art Have a Caste? A Debate on Carnatic Music
The aim is to go well beyond personalities, to focus squarely on the issues and raise the level of discussion about art and society.
A ‘cheesy’ effort to give women wings
"We want their work to be noticed, rather than their disability,”
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.
Today I left the road, went to the margins.
Something like this comes outside my house, every morning, And blinds me, day after day, To see beyond the road, into the margins.
Silent Valley: A controversy that focused global attention on a rainforest 40 years ago
The confrontation between development and environment; a people’s movement that got support from across the country
A day in Delhi's under-the-bridge school for the poor
Pupils at the free school under the bridge are mostly the children of migrant workers, labourers, and seasonal farmers living in nearby slums.
Millet-based ready-to-cook foods launched
A community production centre set up by the Deccan Development Society introduces millets-based nutritious ready-to-eat and ready-to-cook foods.
The Newtons of Gadchiroli: tribals rise to power in local body polls
The battle these elected representatives are waging against indiscriminate mining, and for tribal rights ...
A theatre group in Bengaluru invited Narendra Modi to watch a play that protests GST
As part of a Tax Denial Satyagraha, the Graam Seva Sangh did not charge GST on the tickets.