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Teaching India: Analyzing the Four-Year B.Ed Programme

Written by Ipsita Mishra   "Those who can, do; and those who cannot, teach"  George Bernard Shaw’s one line, which was meant to be some harmless banter,...
POSCO

Passing Clearances, Bypassing Consultations

Written by Arpitha Kodiveri Nestled within the mangroves along the coast of the Bay of Bengal are three panchayats of Gobindpur, Dhinkia, and Nuagaon. Bordered...
Japan Coal

From Japan, with Love

Written by Vaishnavi Rathore  At first glance, Japan is a good example for countries that aim to go green. By 2030, the country plans to...
Libraries Delhi

Sinking Treasures: Reviving Delhi’s Public Libraries

Written & Photographed by Ipsita Mishra  Libraries have always overwhelmed us with the extensive information preserved in the form of books, and have been a...
Vaishnavi Rathore The Bastion

Why Aren’t We Making Hay as the Sun Shines? Moving to Solar Rooftops

Written by Vaishnavi Rathore with inputs from Arnab Chakraborty The view from one of Dwarka’s apartments initially looks like the typical New Delhi skyline. The...
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Jheel Ke Kinaare: Crisis in the City of Lakes (Part II)

Filmed by Kartikeya Saxena  Last month, we looked at one part of Udaipur's troubled water scenario; how Udaipur is burdened by the ever-increasing number of...
EWS Reservation

Public Good, Private Responsibility? The RTE’s EWS Reservation

Understanding the Context The Right to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act was hailed as a monumental intervention to increase access to education. However, it...
Apple watch

Data Data Everywhere, Whose is it to Give?

Written by Sourya Reddy & Swagam Dasgupta  It was a bone-dry morning in the middle of May, much like any other summer in Delhi. Although...
climate change conversation

Redefining the Climate Change Conversation

Written by Rohit Nair Climate change is widely regarded as the single biggest crisis threatening our collective future on this planet. A recent report published...

Straggling towards an Education for All: The Haryana Story

Written by Nishant Kauntia  “In school, my son is called by the name 134a sometimes,” said Rustom, an unemployed pharmacist sitting on his bed, calmly...

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