Articles by Migrants

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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Braving Death, Lakhs Of Migrants Return Home To A Tense Future. Will There Be Light After Darkness?

At least a 100 died on their desperate journey back home. India’s rural economy will be tested when lockdown is lifted

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Gandhi Siblings Fire At BJP Over Lockdown Issues But Is That Enough For A Congress Comeback?

Rahul Gandhi has been vocal about the national picture while Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has been focused on Uttar Pradesh where she is a Congress general secretary

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Don't Fail The Migrants; Don't Forget Them Again

This issue’s cover story is a reminder of the challenges that the migrants returning home face, and our collective responsibility towards them, writes editor-in-chief Ruben Banerjee.

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Put At The Centre Of COVID Fight By Odisha CM, The Sarpanch Remains A Figurehead

The sarpanches, far from enjoying the powers of a collector, are still at the mercy of the local block development officer (BDO) and panchayat extension officer (PEO) for just about everything.

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Giving A Turf Time

Nepal, one of India’s neighbours and closest allies for decades, has touched off a raw nerve by deciding to publish new maps that include areas of dispute with India

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How A Frozen World Economy Will Ruin Migrants' Livelihoods, Slash Remittances

The possibility of a substantial loss in remittance in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic is real. In 2018-19, India received the highest remittance in the world -- $ 79 billion!

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Riding The Rails

Karnataka’s ability to send back migrant workers hinges upon an imperfect registration process

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‘India Headed For A Nutritional Health Emergency’

The problem is not just due the nationwide lockdown to stem the COVID-19 pandemic, but because of already existing diseases which are in abundance and emergency situation in our country, say doctors

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