EXPLORATION

Sarla Behn – Gandhi’s Comrade, Social Reformer and an Ardent Environmentalist

Sarla Behn was a British lady who made India her home and went to jail while...

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On the front line of climate change in India’s Sundarbans

By Johan Augustin is a Sydney-based freelance journalist. He specializes in...

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My Journey, My Book, My Prayer…

What is the meaning of a journey? Is it merely a physical journey--moving around, seeing...

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Oxford to Kabul: Freshta Karim’s Dream of Redefining Afghani Childhoods

We live in a world where news of positive human action or that of humanitarian values...

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Why the Doomsday Clock Shows Two Minutes to Midnight

The Doomsday Clock has never been placed so precariously close to midnight earlier. The...

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At the Heart of Cyclone Fani: A Survivor’s Account

EXPLORATION Cylone Fani hit coastal Odisha and rendered immense damage on the state....

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Finding out the Mood of the Nation on a Train Journey: Unravelling Public Opinion on Wheels

EXPLORATION Train journeys often offer the best glance into the mood of the nation,...

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Women’s Day / Women are winning over the World despite the Odds

THE NEW LEAM VIEWPOINT As we commemorate Women’s Day and salute the strong spirit of...

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When You Hear the Call of the Mountains

EXPLORATION A trip to the scenic mountains does not only calm the senses but also...

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In Modi’s ‘Swachh Bharat’ Dalits Continue to be Manual scavengers

More than seventy years since independence have passed and yet we see that most of...

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