Kartik Puja

November 24, 2014


By Annam Suresh


While Ganesha, the elder son of Lord Siva is widely worshipped as the remover of obstacles and who is the first to be propitiated before launching absolutely anything, even daily prayers, his younger brother Kartikeya’s popularity seems to be confined to the south – …

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Gender Bias in the Environment Story

September 10, 2014

By Annam Suresh

While disasters and degradation seem to be great

levellers, a reality check shows that the impact

of environmental degradation hits

women, particularly the rural and urban

poor, far more than it hits men. It impacts negatively

their health, income-generating options, educ…

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Upwardly Migrant

August 25, 2014

By Annam Suresh

Girls from migrant families and first-time college-goers fight social and family opposition to chart a better future for  themselves working as domestic help to fund their education – creating a soft ripple of empowerment

When   19-year-old Kamala Rani leaves for college,  her  …

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