From pondering to coffee procurement — navigating self-doubt, power and people’s desires in BRT

Can injustices cultured over decades be mended through practices as simple as trading fairly?

Surviving through Ages

Can trees survive with roots immersed permanently in water? For hundreds of years?? And human communities have protected them?

How to sponge off family and relatives and be appreciated for it

"Between 16 and 40 years of age, to live is to do the things you love with the people you want to be with; whatever you do, don’t get a job."

Animal School in India

A little Indianized adaptation of The Animal School: A Fable by George Reavis, a school superintendent, from the 1940s

When cities were Nature’s haven: a tale from Bangalore

When Bangalore shattered its local loop of dependence by importing water, people forgot the importance of their local sources of water.

What We Can Learn From the Young Woman Who Has Rocked the Madhya Pradesh Police

Taking on the system at every level – administrative, social and cultural – this young survivor of sexual assault is a brilliant survivor.

In Delhi, a bank run by street children for street children

It was established in 2001 to give the Delhi street children a safe haven to store money and steer them in the right direction.

The Eloquence of Silence

The choice is between speaking up and keeping quiet

Interview with Indrajeet Misra

Collectively the material created a patchwork quilted vision of yearning, lost childhood and vivid memories powerfully simply evoked by the word ‘l...

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