Kenyan Women Turning the Tables on Traditional Banking and Land Ownership

Kenyan Women Turning the Tables on Traditional Banking and Land Ownership

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Pakri Barwadih – Another Tuticorin in the Making?

Pakri Barwadih – Another Tuticorin in the Making?

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Jharkhand: Is Pakri Barwadih Coal Mine Another Tuticorin in Making? 210 villages would be destroyed, leaving at least 1.5 lakh people homeless over three phases of the project. Tarique Anwar May 29, 2018 Courtesy: News Click https://newsclick.in/jharkhand-pakri-barwadih-coal-mine-another-tuticorin-making Newsclick Image By Nitesh Kumar After…

Kathua Narrative: The Reality of being Gujjar-Bakarwal

Kathua Narrative: The Reality of being Gujjar-Bakarwal

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Kathua Narrative: The Reality of being Gujjar-Bakarwal May 28, 2018 Courtesy: News Click – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OV2kUkbNoIc Published on May 26, 2018 The chilling incident of gang rape, mutilation and murder of an 8 year old girl from Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir has brought…