Articles by Lockdown

Want Food Security? Try Agroecology

Decentralised, local community-owned food systems based on shorter food supply chains that can cope with future shocks are now needed more than ever.

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Did The Lockdown Work? What Did It Do? What Would Have Happened Without It?

Questions on governance remain even as scientists estimate that the lockdown averted as many as 32,000 fatalities till May 15

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He's 81, Owns 3 Sets Of Clothes. Since March, He's Fed 15 Lakh People

Meet Baba Karnail Singh Khaira, head of the Dera Kar Seva Gurudwara Langar Sahib, on a remote stretch of a Maharashtra highway. Since the lockdown began, it has fed over 15 lakh people, mostly poor migrants returning home, for free.

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Want To Lose 15 Kg In 2 Months? Here's How

If you've been worried about gaining weight during the lockdown, here's a real life example of what a simple change in diet can do

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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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