Society

Echoes: A chain of cafes run by deaf and mute

Echoes: A chain of cafes run by deaf and mute

April 19, 2019

Managed seamlessly by a team of deaf and mute staff, Echoes, a chain of cafés, is challenging stereotypes and changing dining experiences for people.

Read More
Roadside tattoo art- a risky adventure?

Roadside tattoo art- a risky adventure?

April 19, 2019

A tattoo on the body is a companion to the grave. But what if the same tattoo pushes you to a number of diseases and skin problems? Roadside tattoo art is a very prominent job in Delhi especially at the tourist arenas like India Gate and Connaught Place. Besides the tourists visi...

Read More
Air pollution is killing more people in India than smoking, says study

Air pollution is killing more people in India than...

April 13, 2019

In 2014, Delhi was named the most polluted city in the world by World Health Organisation (WHO), along with 13 more cities hailing from India in the 20 most polluted cities of world. According to a study titled ‘State of Global Air 2019’, air pollution has contributed...

Read More
Where is India in its target to phase out single use plastics?

Where is India in its target to phase out single u...

April 6, 2019

According to the latest report by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), only 14 of India’s 35 regional pollution boards filed information on plastic waste generation in 2017-18. How is India going to reach its target of eliminating single use of plastics if the states do ...

Read More
Job crisis for rural women in India

Job crisis for rural women in India

March 29, 2019

Rural women in India are facing the brunt of job crisis in India with around 20.8 million fewer women looking for jobs, according to the Periodic Labour Force Survey (PLFS) 2017-2018 report by NSSO.

Read More
New UGC guidelines cuts funding for Women Studies’ Centres

New UGC guidelines cuts funding for Women Studies...

March 20, 2019

The new UGC guidelines will lead to disruption of teaching and research functions across the centres in universities.

Read More
Women’s Day 2019: Women of honour

Women’s Day 2019: Women of honour

March 8, 2019

From being drivers of progress to scaling new heights, women are now at the forefront.

Read More
Reprieve for over a million tribals today

Reprieve for over a million tribals today

February 28, 2019

India is home to thousands of tribes who have traditionally lived in the forests, across the entire nation. However, strict implementation of a 2006 law threatens to force them out of their homes.

Read More
The Indian Truck Art

The Indian Truck Art

February 27, 2019

Trucks on Indian roads are no less than drivable canvases painted with innumerable designs and messages. Yellow, Red, Brown, Orange, Blue, just name a colour and you’ll spot it on these bride like vehicles. In order to find the hands behind this art, MIG TV reached Sanjay G...

Read More
Substance abuse increasing rapidly in India

Substance abuse increasing rapidly in India

February 21, 2019

According to a 2018 WHO report the per capita alcohol consumption in India increased two folds between 2005 and 2016.

Read More