India Fellows in the News

TN must ensure no more deaths occur in sewer lines, Ramon Magsaysay Award winner Bezwada Wilson says - Times of India

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: The Tamil Nadu government should ensure that no more deaths happen in sewer lines and gutters in the state, said Bezwada Wilson who won Ramon Magsaysay Award this year for his fight against manual scavenging across the country.

Green Crimes

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Biggest polluting states don’t even figure in the NCRB list

Can India really halve its road deaths? - BBC News

Source : bbc.co.uk
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India has some of the world's most dangerous roads, but the government insists it can cut deaths on them by 50%.

Narayana Health, Cisco offer affordable diagnostics services

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TECHNOLOGY: Inside solar's secret society

Source : eenews.net
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A group of leaders in the solar industry have been holding secret meetings for the last 14 years, strategizing how to make solar the dominant source of energy on Earth.

4 Ways Media Can Become More Disabled-Friendly and Help Change Society's Perceptions

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Whatever we see in the media is a reflection of our society’s perceptions. Inclusive content will ensure that inclusion becomes a reality for people with any impairment or disability.

Rural startups using modern communication tools get booster shot; here’s how

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From encouraging farmers in Anantapur district, Andhra Pradesh, to grow millets to promoting rural tourism in Maharashtra, Anand-based Institute of Rural Management is supporting rural startups who use modern communication tools to expand their businesses...

Government stand on triple talaq draws praise | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

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Government stand on triple talaq draws praise - As per reports, the government has decided to support the ban on triple talaq, stating that it was against the Sharia and also violated the Constitutional rights.

Smart city is set of gimmicks but an intelligent city is way of life 

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Often one hears of the crisis of the city. Every rainy season one hears the scandal of blocked drains and yet once the rains are over the scandal of drainage is no longer news.

Caste is the ugliness Indians wear on their sleeves and call culture

Source : qz.com
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"We so-called untouchables are outcastes. People who are outcastes are waging a war against caste. The caste people have the privilege to forget about caste, but I cannot forget.

#MyRight: Independence From Child Rights Abuse

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Visit few events or websites of companies’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) wing, one thing you will not miss, are the pictures of poor and deprived children.

Report on Change makers Day on 6 th Sept at Eicher School Faridabad

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<p>Faridabad news:(asiametronews) In order to inculcate skills of effective change in our students , Eicher School ,sec 46, Faridabad organize a symposium _”We the change a launch pad to engage students in social transformation ,in...

Ritwick Dutta - Challenges for Environmental Democracy in the World's Largest Democracy

Source : youtube.com
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www.aii.unimelb.edu.au Ritwick Dutta has spent his career focused exclusively on environmental litigation and has supported communities, civil societ

Women walk alone to reclaim India's streets from fear and harassment

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For women in India, offensive and threatening behaviour in public places is all too common. The Blank Noise collective is encouraging them to fight back
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