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  • #OutlookMagazine | Podcast - The Adivasi Way

    There are only two ways or philosophies of life in the world today that are at war with each other in the true sense—the indigenous/tribal way and the capitalist way. The conflicts may appear in different forms, but at the root, they resolve into either of those two streams.

    BY Outlook Web Bureau March 1, 2024

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Podcast - The Adivasi Way
  • #OutlookMagazine | Podcast - Status War in Manipur

    Manipur, one of the seven sister states of the Northeast India, has been gripped by ethnic clashes and severe bloodshed since May 3 last year. More than 115 people have been killed and over 40,000 have been rendered homeless, with many of them escaping to neighbouring states, creating problems there too. The trouble started when the Manipur High Court asked the State Government to consider Scheduled Tribe (ST) status for the Meitei community, which would allow the Meiteis extended access to benefits, including reserved seats in Government.

    BY Outlook Web Bureau March 1, 2024

    #OutlookMagazine | Podcast - Status War in Manipur
  • #OutlookMagazine | Podcast - Ladakh's Battle for Tribal Identity | Adivasi Politics

    Soon after the abrogation of Article 370, murmurs to safeguard culture, language and tribal identity surfaced in the region. Ladakhi leaders hoped the ruling National Democratic Alliance government would act to protect their tribal identity. This hope arose, in particular, from the 119th meeting of the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes in September 2019 in New Delhi, which discussed the inclusion of the Union Territory of Ladakh under the Fifth or Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India.

    BY Outlook Web Bureau March 1, 2024

    #OutlookMagazine | Podcast - Ladakh's Battle for Tribal Identity | Adivasi Politics
  • Love in Sonagachi: Stories of Hope and Heartbreak

    Explore the intimate and poignant love stories amidst the backdrop of Sonagachi, Kolkata's Red Light District. Join us as we delve into the lives of *Renuka and *Bijli Begum, two sex workers with contrasting perspectives on love. While Renuka embraces love daily, seeking solace and joy in her relationship, Bijli Begum grapples with years of conditioning that have shaped her beliefs. Witness the resilience, vulnerability, and humanity of these women as they navigate the complexities of love in their everyday lives.

    BY Outlook Web Bureau February 24, 2024

    Love in Sonagachi: Stories of Hope and Heartbreak
  • Unveiling Jharkhand's Adivasi Leadership: Outlook's Exclusive Interview with Champai Soren

    In this exclusive Outlook interview, Champai Soren, the newly-appointed Chief Minister of Jharkhand, discusses the Union government's attempts to undermine the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) due to its Adivasi leadership. Soren sheds light on historical Adivasi suppression and highlights the community's resilience in the face of adversity. Explore insights into Adivasi rights, cultural heritage, and contemporary challenges.

    BY Outlook Web Bureau February 23, 2024

    Unveiling Jharkhand's Adivasi Leadership: Outlook's Exclusive Interview with Champai Soren
  • WATCH | 'Dilli Chalo' March Resumed By Farmers After Rejecting Centre's Proposal

    Security forces used tear gas shells as protesting farmers, led by SKM (Non-Political) leader Jagjit Singh Dallewal and Punjab Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee head Sarwan Singh Pandher, attempted to march towards Delhi at Shambhu border. The farmers were observed wearing masks and other safety gear. Shambhu, the crossing point near Ambala on National Highway-1, became the latest flashpoint of the farmers’ protest last week. Outlook's Sharmita Kar reports from the Shambhu border.

    BY Outlook Web Bureau February 21, 2024

    WATCH | 'Dilli Chalo' March Resumed By Farmers After Rejecting Centre's Proposal
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