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FEATURE-Fifteen years after bloody riots, Indian Muslims strug...

By Rina Chandran AHMEDABAD, India, July 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - S hahjahan Bano was a young boy in February 2002, selling vegetables with his mother in a market in Ahmedabad in the western Indian state of Gujarat, when some of the worst communal ... DNA, 4 days ago

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Bollywood needs more "lady oriented" movies - director

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, July 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A Bollywood director whose "lady oriented" film was blocked by censors has hit back at the movie establishment, saying it needs more women at the top to battle deep-rooted Indian prejudice.
 DNA1 week ago Bollywood movie challenging gender stereotypes is blockbuster in China  DNA2 months ago

Thailand's women land defenders face risk of rising violence, rights groups say

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, July 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Women human rights defenders in Thailand are increasingly at risk of violence, threats and harassment since a May 2014 coup, a report said, highlighting the growing concern that the military ...
 DNA1 week ago Property rights campaign for women takes aim at patriarchy in South Asia  DNA3 weeks ago INTERVIEW-Bangladeshi woman activist with 'enemies in many places' vows to carry on  DNA1 month ago Unequal rights for indigenous, rural women endanger forest lands - researchers  DNA2 months ago

From Down Under, Anjana breaks into tinsel world

It has been a long journey for 23-year-old Anjana Chandran, a student in her last semester in media and journalism at Sydney, but now she is excited as she waits for her first full length Malayalam film to be released later this month.
 Business Standard1 week ago

Indian women don cow masks to show they are less safe than cattle

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, July 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - They are all pictures of women doing everyday activities: a woman on a street, a woman playing the piano in her home, a woman lounging in a boat, a woman at a table in a restaurant.
 DNA3 weeks ago Lack of 'safe' jobs keeping educated women from work in India  DNA1 month ago Indian activists hail minister's call to end female genital mutilation  DNA2 months ago Indian girls hunger-strike to protest dangerous school commutes  DNA2 months ago

Panic buttons and apps come to rescue of elderly Indians suffering abuse

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, June 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Police, advocates and entrepreneurs have launched mobile apps and panic buttons to report abuse against the elderly in India, where the number of older people living alone has risen, yet talking ...
 DNA1 month ago Indian police thwart indigenous people in land complaints, activists say  DNA1 month ago Indigenous Indians to bury dead 18 months after bloody land rights clashes  DNA2 months ago

FEATURE-Muslim community revamps old Mumbai neighbourhood with arches, solar panels

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, June 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - All her life, home for Robab Nallwalla has been a one-room flat in central Mumbai, a space she shares with her parents and her brother - and more recently, her brother's wife.
 DNA1 month ago FEATURE-Mumbai tenants paying 30 cents rent oppose revamp of century-old homes  DNA1 month ago FEATURE -From home help to driver, new class of Indian home owner  DNA1 month ago

SNA award feels good, but would love to be a musician

When someone from the Sangeet Natak Akademi (SNA) called Geeta Chandran to congratulate her, the bemused Bharatanatyam dancer hesitatingly asked, "Is it about the article I wrote in a newspaper yesterday?"
 DNA1 month ago

Citizen Chained

FOR 13 LONG days in March 1983, M Chandrakumar woke up and slept in a ten-feet-by-ten room. A ‘crude hole’ in the door allowed in food and water. A small opening in the wall by the door functioned as a urine outlet. Food was served once a day. During most ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago

Actor Anoop Chandran rescues stray dog with iron rod pierced through body

Shoranur: A stray dog received a new lease of life after actor Anoop Chandran volunteered to rescue the animal which was unable to move due to severe injury caused by an iron rod which had pierced through its body. The actor noticed the animal lying on the ...
 Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago
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