By Shuchi Kapoor

Southern exposure

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

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NI 463 - Argentina's challenge - June, 2013
Coming back from the brink? C.Gomersall / WILDLIFE / Still Pictures

Coming back from the brink?

India’s vultures nearly went extinct. Graeme Green on the efforts to save them.

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NI 462 - Land grabs - May, 2013
Photo by: Varsha Yeshwant Kumar

Where are they now? Mari Marcel Thekaekara

The Indian activist who's been writing for New Internationalist for almost 25 years.

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NI 460 - What has development done for me? - March, 2013
Privilege looms large in the southern Indian city of Chennai.Babu Babu / Reuters

India's elites have a ferocious sense of entitlement

A revealing set of US studies has got Urvashi Butalia thinking about how the rich behave in Dehli.

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NI 459 - The feral rich - January, 2013
Garden party with the forest people

Garden party with the forest people

Mari Marcel Thekaekara learns a lot about her own back yard when her adivasi friends come to visit.

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NI 453 - Protection racket - June, 2012
Tom KocherryRichard Swift

Tom Kocherry: fisher for justice

The 71-year-old legend of social movement politics in India shows no signs of slowing down, as Richard Swift discovers.

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NI 452 - Mental health - May, 2012
Should India still receive foreign aid?

Should India still receive foreign aid?

NGO director Jamal Kidwai and activist and writer Praful Bidwai go head-to-head - read their arguments and join the debate.

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NI 452 - Mental health - May, 2012
Festival of Respect

Festival of Respect

Claire Colley visits Rajasthan’s International Folk Festival.

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NI 450 - Time for a fair economy - March, 2012
Chicken à la injection

Chicken à la injection

Wild stories fly around about chicken farming but the reality remains less than wholesome, says Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

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NI 447 - Banking on Hunger - November, 2011
Interview with Arundhati Roy     Stuart Freedman/Panos

Interview with Arundhati Roy

Arundhati Roy speaks out: on the moral police of India's anti-corruption campaign, on the silence surrounding civil wars, and on despotism and democracy.

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NI 445 - Pakistan - daring to hope - September, 2011
India Tariq Thekaekara

India

South Asia's giant, from the Country Profile series in our New Internationalist magazine.

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NI 442 - Climate change denial - May, 2011
Ratnamala Tekam, a widow with her two children in Mangi village, in the cotton producing belt of Vidarbha. Her husband killed himself in March 2009 amid mounting debts, hunger and crop losses.Jaideep Hardikar

Bomb drops on Indian countryside

India may be one of the world’s current economic ‘winners’ but inequality is its fastest-growing sector, reveals Jaideep Hardikar.

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NI 440 - Up in arms - March, 2011
Fatuma, one of JC’s community co-ordinators, at the Nettikulam shop.

Fairer than fair

Just Change India is a tea trade initiative that rights economic wrongs.

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NI 438 - Zero carbon world - December, 2010
Kondh tribal women listen to a speech by Congress Party leader Rahul Gandhi on the day the government said no to Vedanta.Biswaranjan Rout/AP/Press Association Images

Vedanta undermined!

Victory for the hill tribes of India in a David and Goliath battle.

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NI 437 - Humans vs. Nature - November, 2010
Arundhati Roy appears at a press conference in support of civil libertiesGurinder Osan /AP/Press Association Images

Arundhati Roy – princess to pariah

Arundhati Roy's fierce critiques of Indian democracy have made her public enemy number one. But, argues Shoma Chaudhury, her story is that of contemporary India itself.

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NI 436 - A wake-up call for democracy - October, 2010
Crops of truth

Crops of truth

Jaideep Hardikar travels to the bottom of the social scale, and the women of rural south India, to discover where knowledge and wisdom about seeds are still to be found.

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NI 435 - Seed savers - September, 2010
PV Rajagopal: India's mass mobilizer Skye Hohmann

PV Rajagopal: India's mass mobilizer

PV Rajagopal seeks a return to Ghandian values and wonders what happened to his country.

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NI 435 - Seed savers - September, 2010
Toxic legacy

Toxic legacy

Victims of ‘India’s Hiroshima’ still seek justice

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NI 428 - Welcome to Copenhagen! - December, 2009

Articles in this category displayed as a table:

Article title From magazine Publication date
Argentina's challenge June, 2013
Land grabs May, 2013
What has development done for me? March, 2013
The feral rich January, 2013
Protection racket June, 2012
Mental health May, 2012
Mental health May, 2012
Mental health May, 2012
Time for a fair economy March, 2012
Haiti two years on January, 2012
Banking on Hunger November, 2011
Pakistan - daring to hope September, 2011
Climate change denial May, 2011
Up in arms March, 2011
Zero carbon world December, 2010
Humans vs. Nature November, 2010
A wake-up call for democracy October, 2010
Seed savers September, 2010
Seed savers September, 2010
Welcome to Copenhagen! December, 2009
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