Articles by Migrants

Reimagining Public Health II: Rajiv Kumar, Vice Chairperson, NITI Aayog

In the second and concluding part of this interview, Rajiv Kumar talks about CSR in the field of nutrition, the migrant crisis and the growing public interest in the plight of the downtrodden

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Why I Won't Live In My Village And Won't Leave The City Till Forced To

Migration is a response to socio-cultural malady in the village -- graveyard of equality, justice, dignity, writes Dr Bramha Prakash of JNU

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Once Congress Supporter To Fierce Govt Defender: The Transformation Of Tushar Mehta

Recently, Solicitor-General Tushar Mehta alluded to journalists reporting on the miseries of common Indian citizens—particularly migrant workers and the poor—as “vultures”.

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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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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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