Warsheeda, 20 along with 34 other girls from the village of Marora in the backward Mewat region of Haryan has made about 1000 rakhi’s and they have send these sacred threads to the US president Donald Trumph and Indian Prime Minister Narindera Modi on this occasion of Raksha bandhan, (a Hindu festival which means "bond... Continue Reading →
Mayapuri Junkyard, located in West Delhi, is said to be Asia's largest vehicle scrap yard. It is where vehicles go to die... but also where they find new life. It is a junction where our government and small-scale industries work together to recycle, reuse and repurpose. Indeed, even though it's prima facie a collection of... Continue Reading →
“We escaped to India and lived peacefully in Jammu, but for the past two months, we are being threatened to leave the place. Slums in Bhagwati Nagar and Bori were burned down in front of us,” cried Hasina Begum. One of the 32 Rohingya Muslims, men, women and children, waiting outside the United Nations High... Continue Reading →
Holi is a festival of colours celebrated in India. It's a festival in which followers of Hinduism shower colours on each other as a mark to bring peace and tranquility on each other's life. The festival became more cheerful on Thursday in the narrow lanes of Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh where thousands of widows smear... Continue Reading →
The water, in Madhusudankati village located in Gaighata which is 14 kms away from the Bangladesh border, has high content of arsenic. Villagers of Madhusudankati are suffering from physical as well as mental illness due to the arsenic contaminated water. Not only is the drinking water contaminated but also the food.