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Why are journalists suddenly losing jobs in India’s growing print sector?

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Studying prehistory of the valley and its importance in the early development of agriculture

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Aanchal Malhotra speaking to a group of students on her just released book The Remnants of a Separation

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Are we losing touch with our realities and measuring everything under the ‘development lens’?

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As we are increasingly living out of our backpacks, Ourstories remembers the time when backpacks were about journeys rather than the destination

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Probably not, given the apathy towards containing erosion and a dangerous contractor mafia that won’t gain from a permanent solution.

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A grubby looking factory, with ageing workers and not a young person in sight. Hardly evidence of a once thriving industry in Kashmir. A photo essay by Sagar Kaul.

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Will floods only be a routine call, routine reporting, routine news and of course routine death?

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Busting the 10,000 crore Mid-Day Meal Scheme is Govind Bhattacharjee a civil servant and an author. His most recent book is Special Category States of India (OUP 2016).

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Marking out a region nebulously called “the Northeast”, governments have actually contributed however unwittingly to feelings of separatism, alienation and rejection argues Dr. Ananya Guha.

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Advertising professional Sreyasi Chaudhuri takes us to her family home in Amadpur, Burdawan where Durga puja is being celebrated for the last 300 years

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In the filth and stench of the dead Yamuna, glimpses of its legendary past

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Disruptive political artist from Bangladesh, Shahidul Alam on his river journey, across the millennium, across three nations, through Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam.

Food Province

  Sneha Lata Saikia, Food Researcher ...

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