Articles by Coronavirus

Opinion | Covid-19 Has Exposed The Raw Nerves In Indian Society And Culture Of Doublespeak

There can be no long-term solution for migrants until economic transformation is unleashed in rural India, writes economist K.P. Kannan

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A 1700-km Cycle Ride To Uncertainty, The Hopeless Story of Odisha’s Mahesh Jena

Unable to make ends meet, exploited youngsters like Mahesh Jena from Odisha is the face of a generation besieged by a tense future

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But For The Train To Jiribam, Manipuris Still Love To Go Back To Chennai

Unlike Delhi, Manipuris don’t face racial discrimination in Chennai. Tamil employers also like the North-eastern work ethic

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Despite Odds, Why Barpeta’s Ashadul Ali Must Return To Cities

Floods in Assam have swept away opportunities and young folks like Ashadul Ali are wrecked by growing unemployment

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Migrants' Return: Five Friends And A Desperate East Coast Ride To Sweet Home

Stranded in Vishakhapatnam, the five friends wanted to return to Bardhaman. Their bicycle journey displayed endurance and willpower

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Caught Between Hope And Despair, Bundelkhand Migrants Slip Into Dark Mode

There’s little work at home, and the cities have let them down badly. Parvati, Santosh and Ramphal now have hard choices to make

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Of Two Bosom Friends When Death Beckoned On A Highway

Off-loaded from a truck on a dusty MP road, Mohammed Saiyub did everything to save his childhood friend Amrit Kumar, but only just …

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Braving The COVID Odds! Why This Bihar Teenager Will Make Lance Armstrong Blush

For eight days, with dad as pillion, Jyoti Kumari cycled 1200 km from Gurgaon to her village in Darbhanga

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Cruel Homecoming! Of A Dying Son And Race Against Time For A Migrant Worker

As daily labourer Ram Pukar Pandit walked back from Delhi to Begusarai, he heard his 11-month-old son had died due to stomach infection

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