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Kurinji Selvaraj

In the last 2 months, over 74,000 fires were observed in Punjab compared to 44,000 in 2019 and 57,000 in 2018. What is the reason? Why does stubble burning still persist in Punjab? Historical trend in farm fires also informs us how the practice has evolved over time. Know all it in this episode of #DocumentingAirpocalypse

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Ekta Vivek Verma

What is domestic abuse? What isn’t domestic abuse? What are the different types of domestic abuse? What are our options when faced by abuse? How to cope in a toxic environment? How can I or someone I know get help? Is it okay to seek help?

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Shubham Gupta

Meet the woman who’s fighting street harassment by illustrating abuse on New York streets?

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People Like Us

The Maharashtra government is all set to announce a set of fresh guidelines to curb the coronavirus spread. Will there be another lockdown? And more importantly is India in the middle of a second wave of the coronavirus? Centre has fast tracked emergency approval for foreign-produced COVID-19 vaccines that have been granted similar clearances in other countries. […]

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Hemant Chakma

Untouchability still exists in many pockets in India and while the traditional caste system has caused much decay in the country’s social fabric, we continue to document enough about those who remain to be seen and heard by the masses. This Ichol Life is a documentary by pluc’s producer Hemant Chakma who gives us a […]

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People Like Us

Due to coronavirus and the subsequent lockdowns, everyone’s under stress especially pregnant women. They are feeling more stressed for not being able to go for their regular checkups and reach out to their doctors, family and friends. Plenty of apps are providing medical information through AMA sessions, meditation activities, and mental exercises to help pregnant […]

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People Like Us

Girl education is no longer a war cry, it is a basic necessity that every girl should have access to, one that has been compromised severely during the coronavirus pandemic. This National Girl Child Day (January 24th), we looked at different parts of India and collected the leading voices of society who are rallying for […]

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Naila Khan

Are you a student in 2020 who is wary of the online classes? Do you miss hanging out with your friends at your favourite college hubs? The pandemic has been exceptionally hard for all of us, especially the students who miss their college routines, face difficulty in coping with academics in the virtual mode of […]

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#LetMeBreathe

Have you were thought about what happens to the charcoal that ironing shops use to iron our clothes? Or how eco-friendly is it to iron your clothes? 14-year-old Vinisha just did! Studying 9th grade at a private school in Tiruvannamalai, she won the prestigious Children’s Climate Prize for designing a mobile ironing cart using solar […]

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Peerzadda Waseem

Jammu & Kashmir, India’s newest union territory is renowned for its spectacular scenic beauty. But, sadly, often makes international headlines as a conflict zone because of decades of insurgent violence. Its common people are victims of anxiety and depression. Worst affected are women, particularly young girls, coming from conservative Muslim families. But local football heroes- […]

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Siya Bhatia

The students in India have been battling another virus in addition to the coronavirus. Locked in their houses, balancing the virtual shift in their academic calendar, these students have witnessed the pandemic which has brought a surge in fake news being circulated through social media platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Here are some of […]

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Shamita Harsh

It has been a hard year for students what with the coronavirus pandemic changing college life as they knew it. Especially for the Class of 2020, graduation has been a sore and emotional spot. In the middle of all the gloominess; here is a virtual farewell that may give you some ideas for the seniors […]

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#LetMeBreathe

If you have been streaming on your digital devices throughout the lockdown, then here is a wake-up call for you. Did you know that our streaming in HD also increases your carbon footprint on the planet? According to a research, HD video streaming on a smartphone generates about 8 times more emissions than standard definition […]

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People Like Us

Anyone who is a student in India right now would agree that the nationwide lockdown and the subsequent digital divide has created a stressful academic year. Here’s how an international student dealt with the coronavirus pandemic all the way in Denmark and how it compares to being a student in the same circumstances in India. 

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Shamita Harsh

Can you picture children playing volleyball? Now try to piece that image online. Did you find it difficult? Well this former Volleyball captain is coaching the children of tea garden workers in Assam while sitting in Delhi. Meet the amazing participants of the Virtual Volleyball Academy.

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A healthcare provider and expert, Sandeep Ojha, explains what it means to have access to the right kind of family planning services and how can that help in bridging the gaps that are prevalent in the state of Bihar. The state head of Centre for Catalysing Change in Patna shares his experience of helping women […]

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Vishnupriya

Candidates and their parents have expressed their concern on regarding the holding of the JEE main exam amid the pandemic. The JEE main exam is scheduled to be held between September 1 and 6 at various centres across the country. This is an urgent appeal by NEET and JEE aspirants to postpone the examinations to […]

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Shamita Harsh

What is the new tree transplantation policy all about? Do you worry that trees that are transplanted are as good as dead trees? What is the rate of success for these transplantations? A quick myth-buster may help clear some of your doubts

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People Like Us

The global pandemic has made online classes the new norm in India, much like the rest of the world. But with income disparities, not everyone has access to the same resources in remote parts of the country. However, small steps to bridge the digital divide are helping poor students cope with their studies as schools […]

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Tsuruhu, a remote village in Nagaland, has found a unique solution to tackle the lack of internet connectivity. The children of the village had no smartphones or access to the internet, which when Tsuruhu Baptist Church pastor Shikavi Awomi joined forces with the local student’s union and created a small camp on a lone hilltop- the only place with the internet in the entire village.

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Shamita Harsh

Meet 9-year-old Nazima from Leh.A unique fourth-grader from Turtuk Preparatory School who overcame the digital divide with her love for the phone and camera.

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Kunwar Hari Om

In this episode, Puc creator Kunwar Hari om, talk about how online classes are becoming problem for students living in rural areas because iof slow internet connection. The education sector is suffering due to the ongoing lockdown. As ordered by the Government, schools, and colleges have started online classes. The biggest question was how will […]

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Apar Gupta

Why and how privacy matters and what needs to be done to protect it? Hear it out from Apar Gupta

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People Like Us

Public health officials have been urging people to prepare and not panic about the new coronavirus which has migrated to at least 47 countries and has resulted in nearly 3,000 global fatalities. Here's are the do's and dont's to protect yourself

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Era

Are you tired of your 9-5 job? Are you tired of your lifestyle? Have you thought about trying the freelance life? Have you wondered if there is another way?  Actually there is. It’s called the Gig Economy! Watch as Era Tangar shares what her transition to the gig life was, her insights into the freelance […]

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People Like Us

In the heart of crowded Old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, in the Indian capital, is the Hazrat Shah Waliullah Public Library This community library has over 21,000 books including rare works in Urdu, Persian and Arabic. Some of these are translations of Hindu religous texts and epics like Ramayana. Started by seven friends to give local […]

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