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Pumped up by its potential

Tomojit Basu

The Flipkarts and Amazons have tapped into urban Indian middle class consciousness and their... »

Where trust is the dividend

A matter of choice: Counselling makes the difference

Usha Rai

EngenderHealth is handholding villagers on their personal health »

Learning pangs

Staying power: Barely one in 20 girl students in Nuh block of Mewat reaches higher classes. PHOTO COURTESY: SRF FOUNDATION

Sarita Brara

In Haryana’s Mewat district, girls long to finish school but can’t »

When alphabet fails, technology succeeds

Tech savvy: Pictorial messages are easily understood.

Abha Sharma

Health workers in Rajasthan spread awareness on maternal care, child malnutrition through Tablet PCs »

Striding towards opportunity

There’s a way... Girls on the road to education in Niz Pokowa, Assam Photo: Rakesh Sinha

Preeti Mehra

All roads may not lead to Rome, but they do lead to development wherever they are laid. And whil... »

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29-year-old Om Pal of Uttar Pradesh takes his camel to the weekly haats or village fairs, where camel rides are a popular source of entertainment for children and adults alike.
EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY

Wild wild Bulandshahar

For 29-year-old Om Pal the camel is not the ship of the desert. It is his livelihood in t... »

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Brighter shade: Women make and sell rangoli powder in Thirukkurungudi

Not charity, but wealth creation

Murali Gopalan

With a little help and a loan, women self-help groups script change in their villages in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu »

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Turn the radar

The ongoing Rural Conclave 2015, organised by Rural Marketing Association of India, in... »

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EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY

A sweet and succulent stopover

Between the towns of Cuttack and Bhubaneswar along the NH5 lies Pahala village, known for its ra... »

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A toilet model displayed at the Toilet Park in the collectorate’s premises in Pali, Rajasthan. Abha Sharma

Here, toilet training is literally a walk in the park

Abha Sharma

People go to parks for a walk, a whiff of fresh air and some quiet moments. But a park in Pali d... »
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Old hands: Cotton farms like this one in Jetalwasna, Gujarat, are fraying from
shortage of young labour and falling prices TOMOJIT BASU
India Interior

Young farmers pick a city job

Tomojit Basu

GenNext refuses to put roots in the fertile cotton-growing belt of north Gujarat »

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Utterly butterly local Nataraj shows the indigenously developed milking machine used at his farm in Tiptur, Karnataka GRN SOMASHEKAR
INDIA INTERIOR

Milking homegrown technology

Vishwanath Kulkarni

Dairy company near Bengaluru multiplies farm incomes with homegrown solutions »
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