To continue reading together, Avkirat Chabba Dyal, who runs her book club by the name Page Turners By Avkirat took her book club online amidst the lockdown.
“During my conversations with people in the villages on what they thought was the most challenging problem, they’d almost always say ‘rozgar’ or a means of employment.” -Kiwa Singh
The best thing about Kaafir is that it does not solely focus on controversial territorial disputes or relations, but also gives deeper insight into human relations and emotional connect.
There is no waste management plan in most remote places in India. Plastic bags that reach there with tourists never go back.
In a conversation with SheThePoeple, IPS Preity Priyadarshini talks about pandemic situation, leadership, setting progressive gender roles in her district Pithoragarh.
In a conversation with SheThePeople, Constable Vinita Negi talks about her intense duty, how she intends to keep her child safe with social distancing, why she believes helping the elderly is vital.
Digital education hasn’t reached there, what people have are small ways of sustenance and living. Going back to basics is proving time tested.
Online is a new reality and it’s better to embrace it than resist it. I am also exploring video as a medium to express the essence and the fascinations for the themes that I have been painting around.
Dr Sneha K. Shah (26) and Dr Nandini Passi (25), talk to us about their experience with COVID-19, the toll it has taken on them, how they’re dealing with panic-stricken patients, and how they go about every day risking their own health.
“This entire journey, post-delivery, made me realise that we women must go easy on ourselves and our bodies, as everything takes its due course of time and it is our mental wellbeing that needs to be prioritised during the pregnancy and post-pregnancy period. ”
Constable Chauhan, who grew up dreaming of becoming a police officer, worked exceedingly hard to fulfil her dream and finally entered the police force in 2007. Serving the citizens and keeping them away from any kind of instability is what she considers her duty.
I learned about Labour Day as a child in the boarding school. On May 1, our entire support staff would line up to attend an assembly and a programme prepared by the students for them. What is Your first Labour Day memory?