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Here's how Srichakra Pranav Tamarapalli and Co are giving the mangroves of East Godavari all the attention they need

Srichakra Pranav Tamarapalli and Fishing Cat Conservancy Trust in India are also looking forward to grants and donations to continue their work at a good pace

Published on 2nd September 2019
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Why everyone needs to watch this docu on how our frogs are going extinct

Dheeraj Aithal, a young filmmaker, tells Rashmi Patil why he shot a documentary on frog conservation and what role they play in the environment

Published on 20th August 2019
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Caring for nature and the environment should be everyone’s concern: Wildlife and conservation filmmaker Shekar Dattatri on why the wildlife needs our attention 

His hard-hitting advocacy films have exposed the destruction of nature and helped bring about positive outcomes

Published on 17th August 2019
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This all-women team is shooting documentaries on the rarest species of wildlife in India 

Akansha Sood Singh tells us the challenges that they came across while shooting a series of wild life called 'On The Brink'

Published on 12th August 2019
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Many JNU freshmen have nowhere to live owing to delay in hostel room allotment 

The JNUSU says that over 700 JNU students have not been allotted hostels and do not have a place to live right now

Published on 26th July 2019
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Why Priya Thuvassery's Coral Woman documentary is about an unconventional story that needs to be told

Priya Thuvassery's Coral Woman is a depiction of Uma Mani's fascinating journey in gaining more knowledge about coral reefs. We find out more

Published on 23rd July 2019
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The King of Indian Queens: How Vikram Sridhar is retelling the stories of India's Ranis

Intrigued to learn more about the untold tales of women in Indian history? Then, you should attend Vikram Sridhar's Ranis of India

Published on 26th June 2019
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Why Sabyasachi Patra's wildlife shots will make you fall in love with nature again

Sabyasachi Patra has conducted workshops in National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad; Loyola Degree College, Bengaluru and many other educational institutions across the country 

Published on 26th June 2019
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Aditya Madhav is unearthing any kind of data that will help organisations do more for the environment. Here's how

Aditya Madhav's strength is research and his interest lies in History. For Madhav, the coming together of these two has brought in a sense of purpose in his life 

Published on 20th June 2019
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Frames and the flame within: How Ramnath Chandrasekhar is making children commune with nature again

Nature educator Ramnath Chandrasekhar tells us why it's important for schools to include environment education in their curriculum and how it can make the world a better place

Published on 10th June 2019
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This documentary shows us the gruesome portrait of grief as a result of cow vigilantism and mob lynching

The Hour of Lynching is a telling documentary of mob lynching directed by Shirley Abraham and Amit Madheshiya. We spoke to the makers to find out more

Published on 4th June 2019
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Meet Vivek Rathod, the lad who is uniting all the NGOs in Vizag to make it a better place

Trendsetters Charitable Trust, started by Vivek and a few others, coordinate with all other NGOs in the city to ensure that they have what they need 

Published on 29th May 2019
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Ravi Kanth Reddy Sathi's MEECONS is helping Vizag's youth fall in love with nature again

An alumnus of Andhra Univerity in Andhra Pradesh, Ravi Kanth Reddy Sathi has always nurtured a love for nature which continues to drive him and his causes

Published on 22nd May 2019
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This IITian shot a documentary on women who broke social barriers by cremating bodies of the deceased 

Darpan Bajaj talks about what went into shooting the documentary Maharajin, which also amassed several awards — and he tells us why he wrote the kind of story he eventually did

Published on 15th May 2019
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Asia's Young Designer, Tanay Bothara, planned a new future for war-torn Syria. Here's how

Tanay Bothara hopes to use art and architecture to help the kids who were impacted by the Syrian war recover their lost childhood

Published on 22nd April 2019

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