Invisible Women, Visible Work: P Sainath's photos document the labour and lives of Indian rural women
The exhibition, documenting the ‘astonishing labour that poor women put in every day of their lives and the gigantic – yet unacknowledged – contribution they make to national economy’ was first inaugurated in the winter of 2002 at a conference of All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) in Visakhapatnam.
Celebrations of the bull-taming festival, Jallikattu, have taken off in Tamil Nadu which in 2017 bypassed the Supreme Court's ban order on it.
A CRPF jawan was arrested by the police for vandalising the statue of social reformer and Dravidian ideologue ‘Periyar’ EV Ramasamy in Tamil Nadu’s Pudukkottai
Jallikattu is more than just about culture, the pent up frustration of Tamil Nadu that is both thirsty and hungry has found a release in the bull-taming sport. It started as a debate, then drama and now violence