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Mar 06, 2019
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Gauri Gill depicts everyday lives of an Adivasi village in Maharashtra using masksGauri Gill's 'Acts of Appearance' assumed its form within a village of Adivasi paper mache artists from the Kokna tribe in Jawhar district of Maharashtra.
Mar 04, 2019
Tribal groups to go ahead with Bharat bandh today despite SC stay on order directing eviction of 'illegal' forest-dwellersTribal outfits across states like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, and north-east have called for a peaceful bandh.
Mar 03, 2019
Two Congress MLAs to join TRS after Telangana CM KCR vows to address issues plaguing AdivasisIn a setback to Congress in Telangana, two party MLAs announced joined TRS in the interest of Adivasis and for the development of their constituencies
Mar 01, 2019
Travels through the Hindi belt: As MGNREGA projects dry up, Chhattisgarh labourers migrating south face squalorLocal journalist Nizam Ali, who blew the whistle on a 120-crore MGNREGA scam in Bastar in 2013-2014, said migration should not come as a surprise, considering fewer projects are on the anvil each year.
Feb 09, 2019
Raman Singh’s development card didn’t turn the trick for adivasisIn the midst of the Maoist killing fields, the government built a skill city, an education hub, a multispeciality hospital and also set up a call centre. A one-time Maoist stronghold, Palnar turned into a ‘digital village’, hooked up to the world.
Jan 28, 2019
Accounting for lowest proportion of Scheduled Tribes in country, Adivasis in UP struggle for their rightsWhile Uttar Pradesh has the lowest proportion of individuals that fall under the Scheduled Tribes — only 0.57% of the most populous state in the country — by most indicators, this minuscule section of society is disproportionately suffering.
Jan 10, 2019
Media watchdog seeks independent probe into murder of Jharkhand journalist Amit Topno, claims police probe has been 'stalled'Media watchdog Reporters Without Borders called on Indian authorities to set up an independent inquiry into the murder of tribal community journalist Amit Topno in Jharkhand.
Nov 13, 2018
MeToo and savarna feminism: Revolutions cannot start with the privileged, feminist future must be equal for allMainstream feminism in India aka upper-caste or savarna feminism, as it exists today, is problematic.
Aug 17, 2018
Kerala floods: Houses in Wayanad villages submerge in water; residents shifted to schools as rescue and relief work picks upThe situation in Kerala's Wayanad district is particularly grim due to the floods in the state. Many villages in the area are completely submerged in and rescue and relief operation has been met with many hurdles due to poor connection and accessibility.
Aug 16, 2018
Man lynched in Assam's Biswanath district over suspicion of cow lifting; three others woundedThe survivors were admitted to the civil hospital at Biswanath by the police.