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Sep 14, 2018
Alcoholism, diseases, poverty define everyday struggles of Chennai's pavement dwellers as govt refuses to count them as homelessPeople living on the footpaths of Chennai belong to a different category called ‘pavement-dwellers’ and there are no benefits or schemes meant for them
Jun 27, 2018
Snapshots from Guwahati's Ambubachi Mela, a yearly festival marking the goddess Kamakhya's menstrual cycleAt the onset of the monsoons in Assam, for about four days, the doors of the Kamakhya Temple are closed in observance of the Ambubachi Mela. The fair marks the annual menstruation of the goddess at Kamakhya
Jun 13, 2018
Watch: How an initiative called Project Rise is helping Indian migrants from rural areas transition into city lifeProject Rise also helps migrants gain access to Aadhaar and PAN cards, financial linkages and low-cost healthcare
May 15, 2018
Lost City: This photo essay captures a decade's worth of dramatic change in BengaluruThrough his photos of Bengaluru, captured over the past nine years, Pradeep KS chronicles the complete transformation of a city, its citizenry, and a way of life
Feb 20, 2018
Khotachiwadi: A walk through the charming heritage precinct that's preserving Mumbai's pastIn the maddening bustle of Mumbai's Girgaum locality, a quaint little street leads to the 200-year-old heritage precinct of Khotachiwadi.
Dec 15, 2017
Watch: Rajeev Raja talks about his Indo-jazz band and how the genre is all-inclusiveThe Rajeev Raja Combine is an Indo-jazz band founded by flautist Rajeev Raja in 2011 and aims to make jazz more accessible to the common public.
May 26, 2017
Fidget Spinner mania: The new anti-fidget toy fad a stress buster or a distraction in classrooms?Just months after the fidget spinner first whirled its way into the hands of antsy youngsters, some schools have already banned it, prompting a debate about the difficulties that children experience concentrating
May 21, 2017
India could lose forest cover slightly more than the size of Mauritius by 2025: ISRO studyA staggering 2,305 sq km of forest cover in northeast India and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands could disappear by 2025, a study by ISRO scientists has predicted.
May 14, 2017
Mother's Day in Kamathipura: Women here want their children to be protected from the flesh tradeThe mothers of Kamathipura want to see their children lead healthy and safe lives away from the red light district
May 02, 2017
Indian scientists develop wound healing ointment by modifying naturally occurring woodA group of Indian researchers have modified lignin which is present in naturally occurring wood to develop a quick wound healing ointment.