In Kashmir, an imperilled zone of peace
" ... a number of peaceful protests were organised here and in Srinagar and no incident of violence was ever reported,”
For vote-seekers, a manifesto from livestock breeders
Compensation is due for grazing-land in forests, lost when a dam is being built or development projects are undertaken.
Counting sheep as grasslands shrink in Gujarat
Herds provided post-harvest manure for the fields with their dung and urine. The farmers gave the pastoralists bajra, sugar and tea.
Camel milk is gaining popularity. Could it be an alternative for dairy market?
The dairy cooperatives in Gujarat collect 10,000 litres of camel milk per week from the Kachchh district.
Tosa Maidan Liberation & Conservation Struggle: A successful struggle of Non-violent & Democratic means in Kashmir
Following year-long demonstrations by the local villagers, the Government of J&K made a decision. TosaMaidan was handed over to its people.
Despair and hope on the Roof of the World
Ladakhis are working quietly towards sustaining, reviving and reconstructing society in ways that could bring back some harmony between humans and ...
Ladakh Diary: Changing Climate
“He who experiences the unity of life sees his own self in all beings, and all beings in his own self.” - Buddha
Website to improve farmers’ lifestyle
A website dedicated to the creative work that people across India are doing as alternatives to the current models of destructive development and se...
Gujarati women excel as breeders of camels and buffaloes
Herder Meera Bhen, from the Kutch region, is making history throughout India, as her idea of marketing camels' milk takes off