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Indebtedness, hunger may push Bengal’s tribes into bonded labour

Denotified tribes across the country are engaged in the informal economy, and the lockdown has hit them severely. Read more »
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Covid-19: How Kerala fought the deadly virus

Kerala Model: The state government’s bottom-up approach and disaster preparedness made all the difference in its fight against the new coronavirus. Read more »
Migrant labour exodus

Revive social ties to survive Covid-19 reverse migration

Industries will lean on technology to overcome labour shortage; overcrowded villages will revive age-old economic and social ties for survival. Read more »
Kottayam Medical College's Dr Jayakumar

Kerala’s achievements in healthcare can be replicated in other states

Robust public health infrastructure vital for the survival of India’s poor and middle class, says Dr Jayakumar. Read more »
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RO water purifiers not needed in most places, says NIH study

Reverse Osmosis filters cause health problems by removing essential minerals such as Calcium, magnesium: NIH study. Read more »
Kerala ageing faster than rest of India

Ageing Kerala is sitting on a demographic time bomb

Kerala is ageing faster than the rest of India. Its population above 60 years is close to 13% of the total. Read more »

Hiware Bazar, a model for India’s impoverished villages to emulate

The watershed development programme has yielded rich dividends to the area in two decades. The village is among India's richest 10% Read more »