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Worldbeater... Narendra Modi

The self-aggrandizing Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.

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NI 480 - The great green energy grab - March, 2015
Pujarini Sen works for Greenpeace India, which helped to set up a community renewables project in Dharnai, India.

Power to the people?

Community micro-grids, government-controlled energy, or both? Three experts thrash out the options.

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NI 480 - The great green energy grab - March, 2015
Elusive justice after Bhopal

Elusive justice after Bhopal

Thirty years after the disaster, the campaign for justice continues.

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NI 478 - NGOs - Do they help? - December, 2014

TV's transgender trendsetter

Padmini Prakash makes history in India.

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NI 478 - NGOs - Do they help? - December, 2014
An anti-nuclear demonstration under way in Mumbai. The government considers such movements ‘anti- development’.Photo: Vivek Prakash / Reuters

Contested territory

Accused by the government of stalling development and by critics on the Left of not being radical enough, NGOs in India are facing many challenges. Dionne Bunsha reports.

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NI 478 - NGOs - Do they help? - December, 2014
YES: Nayna Patel is the medical director at Akanksha IVF Clinic, Anand, Gujarat, India. More than 825 surrogate babies have been born at her clinic. Her work has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show and on the BBC. She runs the Anand Surrogate Trust for the benefit of the surrogates and their families.

Is surrogacy a legitimate way out of poverty?

Doctors Nayna Patel and Mohan Rao go head to head.

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NI 477 - Big oil RIP? - November, 2014
No friend of the poor? Mother Teresa once said they should ‘accept their lot’.AP Photo/Bikas Das

How Mother Teresa is torturing Kolkata

S Bedford exposes horrific negligence at a Missionaries of Charity centre in India – and asks when the order will be brought to book.

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NI 475 - Gold trouble - September, 2014
Dazzle or bust: a billboard model for a jewellery shop advertises the buckling-under-gold bridal look aimed for the status conscious, while the street market outside bustles with more humdrum wares, in Chennai, India.Randy Olson/©National Geographic Image Collection /Alamy

A tale of two Indias

How sinking cash into gold is rocking the country's economy and deepening the wealth divide, by Jaideep Hardikar.

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NI 475 - Gold trouble - September, 2014
Ranbaxy, which sells generic drugs all over the world, was fined $500 million by a US court.Photo: Kamal Kishore/Reuters

Cheap drugs and the millionaire whistleblower

Sandhya Srinivasan writes from India on the curious tale of Dinesh Thakur and the generics maker Ranbaxy.

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NI 471 - The war on whistleblowers - April, 2014
For Jamile, city life is a daily struggle to find food and shelter, and to avoid multiple dangers.Railway Children

The end of the line

Indian railway stations are a magnet for impoverished children looking for a better future. What usually awaits them is abuse and exploitation. Terina Keene on an initiative helping them find a way out.

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NI 468 - Fracking - the gathering storm - December, 2013
An extravagant wedding ceremony can lead to a life of drudgery – and the cost may be seen as a debt the bride must ‘pay off’.Blend Images/Alamy

A prisoner in the house

For hundreds of South Asian women each year, an arranged marriage in Britain leads not to love but to slavery. Samira Shackle reports.

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NI 467 - Time to rethink disability - November, 2013
Patrick Lahai.Photo by: Yeama Thompson

In our own words

Citizen journalists Sheku Feika and Anoop Kumar tell the remarkable tales of three disabled young people from Sierra Leone and India.

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NI 467 - Time to rethink disability - November, 2013
A New Delhi construction worker holds her baby close.Desmond Boylan/Reuters

Keeping Prerna

Daily wage-earner Kajri is defying her husband to save her daughter. She confided in Ankita Balloh.

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NI 466 - Where have all the girls gone? - October, 2013
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Only the best... it has to be a boy

Rajashri Dasgupta explodes a few myths about educated middle-class women in India.

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NI 466 - Where have all the girls gone? - October, 2013
A salt-worker for 56 years, Umar joined SABRAS six years ago and is finally reaping some reward for his hours of toil.Charlotte Anderson

Worth their salt

Matthew Newsome meets a social entrepreneur helping India's salt-workers out of the poverty trap.

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NI 465 - How the war on pirates became big business - September, 2013

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Article title From magazine Publication date
The great green energy grab March, 2015
The great green energy grab March, 2015
The great green energy grab March, 2015
NGOs - Do they help? December, 2014
NGOs - Do they help? December, 2014
NGOs - Do they help? December, 2014
Big oil RIP? November, 2014
Gold trouble September, 2014
Gold trouble September, 2014
Organ trafficking May, 2014
The war on whistleblowers April, 2014
The war on whistleblowers April, 2014
Fracking - the gathering storm December, 2013
Time to rethink disability November, 2013
Time to rethink disability November, 2013
Time to rethink disability November, 2013
Where have all the girls gone? October, 2013
Where have all the girls gone? October, 2013
How the war on pirates became big business September, 2013
How the war on pirates became big business September, 2013
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