Onground

India is not Open Defecation Free. Are We going to blindly ignore PM Modi’s lie again?

In the hilly terrain of Bhakar region, which has settlement of tribal population of Bhil, Garasia and Rabari, you can hardly find any toilet constructed till now. Few in the village will have constructed them. Fewer use them for the purpose of defecation- with no cistern, no electricity, no space and claustrophobic small space- it does not make an attractive area specially for people who in their entire lives have done it in the open. Many toilets or ‘izzat ghar’ as they are called, have actually become store houses of the house.

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Onground

Death Song of a Creek

Can they hum about the stench of the drains in our cities or the monstrous concrete buildings where they will be displaced once their homes are submerged under the water of the very creeks they sang songs about?

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Onground

Broken: Bones and Livelihoods

Just a couple of kilometers away from the International Airport, the dusty village is a competing ground for three traditional orthopedic clinics all having a common name, ‘Choudhry Pehalwan’, each having their unique versions of the Bautista poster.

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