Articles by Pallavi Rebbapragada
Jan 11, 2018
Nalanda's glory can be reclaimed — if Bihar addresses the flaws in its education sectorUnless the state of Bihar sees the flaws in its education sector with clarity, the narrative of Nalanda will remain one of lost glory.
Jan 04, 2018
Jagriti Yatra 2017: Travellers envision better solutions for sanitation services, waste managementOne of the major conversations on the Jagriti Yatra is sanitation and the different approaches that must be adopted in urban and rural areas
Jan 03, 2018
Tansen Sangeet Samaroh 2017: Celebrating the maestro from Akbar's court, and world musicThe spirit of the famed musician's art came alive during performances by Indian and international artists, who combined ragas with Western beats
Jan 02, 2018
Jagriti Yatra 2017: Better mid-day meals, sustainable agriculture dominate conversationsConversations on board the Jagriti Yatra touched upon the use of indigenous seeds, possible ways to make agriculture more remunerative and the adoption of better information and technology, to ensure that farmers are better educated
Dec 18, 2017
Gujarat Assembly Election Results: Congress goes down fighting, claims it punched holes in BJP's 'development model'Ahead of BJP's parliamentary board meeting a month ago, party president Amit Shah had predicted that his party would nab 150 seats.
Dec 10, 2017
Gujarat Election: EC records 68% turnout in first phase; opinions on BJP appear sharply dividedGujarat is halfway close to deciding the fate of its 22-year-long relationship with the Bharatiya Janata Party. While there is discontent in tribal areas and some rural areas, the BJP appears stronger in urban centres.
Dec 08, 2017
Gujarat Elections: Tired of Congress and BJP, Dalits seek to shift narrative to development, rise above caste politicsThe Gujarat Assembly Election is likely to see Dalits rising above caste politics and vote for development as the community realises the need for political empowerment and not just political representation
Dec 05, 2017
Gujarat polls: Amid arbitrary school fee hikes, increase in self-financed courses, Vadodara hates commercialisation of educationSayajirao unleashed education like an iron sword to tear through the evils of untouchability and child marriage. Today, Vadodara is left with a rusted sword and the story of a dead king.
Dec 02, 2017
Gujarat elections: Godhra Muslims say Godhra is a distant memory, want their daily needs addressedGodhra is the place where Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel met Mahatma Gandhi for the first time in 1917 and felt drawn to the struggle for Indian independence.
Nov 28, 2017
Gujarat polls: In Narmada's tribal belt, a rudimentary public health system struggles to battle deadly sickle cell diseaseFirstpost drove into the depths of Gujarat's Narmada district to find out how the public health system is protecting a population of 89.12 lakh against this deadly disease