Meet India’s first and only licensed fisherwoman, KC Rekha
India’s lone licensed deep sea fisher-woman has survived monstrous tides that toss around her flimsy 20-year-old vessel.
System of Millet Intensification (SMI) - Farmers from Nuapada Felicitated by Member of Parliament
160 varieties of Paddy seeds, 20 varieties of Finger Millet and vegetable seeds were on display in different stalls at the seed fair.
Eco-Friendly, Low-Cost Farming the Way to Go for Sustainable Food Security
Most participating farmers said that the cost-effective INSAP technology had helped them regain the confidence to continue farming.
Avoiding Airpocalypse: It's Time to Move Beyond Quick Fixes and Tackle the Root Cause of Crisis
The fixation on economic growth indicators has blinded our decision-makers to the enormous social and ecological damage such growth causes.
How a Few Women Saved a Forest From Timber Mafia
Accompanied by just a dog for their safety, these determined women have been able to successfully conserve 50 hectares of forest land.
Therapy for India's distressed farmers
For many farmers, sharing and ventilating their toxic and morbid thoughts was cathartic.
Youth can play a significant role in solving farm crisis, says Kavitha Kuruganti
'... I will support the farmer in my own interest as well as because I think he (she) will stand a better chance'.
Successful self-governance in Barkheda leads others to embrace gram swaraj
Restoration and effective management of village commons here leads neighbouring villages to self-governance
Environmental & Economic Sustainability, Social Harmony and Social Transmutation : an example towards Self-rule/Swaraj
On an average, around one hundred people worked daily for around one and a half years to dig the canal through the mountain.