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Day October 17, 2021

The Long Shadow Of Colonial Science #SundayReading

Museums and gardens must become spaces that help us learn not only about biological life and human history, but also the colonialist and capitalist logic that still governs our everyday lives. Phoebe Johnson for Noema MagazineBY SRIA CHATTERJEE Sria Chatterjee is… Continue Reading →

I was definitely targeted in the Lakhimpur violence: Farmer leader Tajinder Singh Virk

JATINDER KAUR TUR15 October 2021 Tajinder Singh Virk, a 48-year-old who led the farmers’ protest held in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri on 3 October, has alleged that the cars that ran over protesters that day were also targeting him. The cars—linked to… Continue Reading →

‘The heaven of film-making’: how a Dalit orphan got to tell her own story

A gift of a camera inspired Belmaya Nepali to rise above poverty and abuse to make documentaries  I Am Belmaya review Global development is supported by Rojita Adhikari in KathmanduFri 15 Oct 2021 15.48 BST Belmaya Nepali’s life changed for ever… Continue Reading →

MTV And Ogilvy Launch ‘Memory Karaoke’ In Tune With Alzheimer’s Month

MTV will leverage its widespread presence, thus giving wings to initiate and empower professionals, students and caregivers in the Alzheimer’s month. India has 5.91 million people affected with one or other forms of Dementia, of which over 65 per cent… Continue Reading →

Distress and Danger in Kashmir

Anuradha BhasinUPDATED: 15 OCT 2021ISSUE: NOVEMBER 5, 2021 A Kashmiri woman reacts as she looks inside a house damaged during a gunfight between militants and government forces on 16 July in Srinagar | Muhammad Manan/Alamy Live News Until the recent… Continue Reading →

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