With traditional ways of life intermingling with a more urban landscape, problems of educational access, water resources and more continue.
A Visit to Delhi’s Villages and a Lesson in ‘Punishment’ Without Offence
Demarcated during British rule and largely ignored now, residents of villages in the national capital have been dealt with an unfair hand.
What Indian Women Need to Deal With the Gendered Threat of Air Pollution
Gender-based social roles, lack of economic agency, caste structures and restricted access to healthcare shape women’s experiences of polluted air.
Missing the Songs of Silence in Ladakh
Ladakh is developing rapidly, but sadly it's also losing its defining beauty.