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Oct 31, 2023

Hands that See - Blind and visually impaired women are emerging as a workforce in early breast cancer detection - Part 2

In this episode, three MTEs talk about their training, their lives before they took on the role, the state of science education in India, and societal perceptions about blindness. Most importantly, they reflect...

28 mins

Oct 31, 2023

Hands that See - Blind and visually impaired women are emerging as a workforce in early breast cancer detection - Part 1

In 2005, German gynaecologist Dr Frank Hoffmann, started his quest for a suitable medical assistant to conduct clinical breast exams for his clinic in Duisburg in Germany. By 2010, he had set up a social enterp...

37 mins

Oct 30, 2023

Gaza in Peril- Doctors Without Borders demands immediate ceasefire to stop the bloodshed

The alarming situation in Gaza has now entered its fourth week leaving over 8000 Palestinians dead, of which 3000 are estimated to be children. The harrowing situation began on October 7th when an attack by the...

34 mins

Oct 28, 2023

Let's Talk About It

In a country as diverse and culturally rich as India, discussions around sexuality and sexual health often remain shrouded in silence. This lack of open dialogue has led to a myriad of problems, from high rates...

50 mins

Oct 26, 2023

Our bodies, their choices

On October 16, a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court rejected the abortion plea of a 27-year-old mother of two boys. She moved the court as she was suffering from postpartum psychosis after her second child....

36 mins

Oct 12, 2023

Can journalists be compelled to hand over electronic devices?

On October 3, 2023, the Delhi police arrested the founder and editor-in-chief of Newsclick Prabir Purkayastha, and the Human resources head, Amit Chakraborty -under the stringent anti-terror law Unlawful Activi...

33 mins

Sep 23, 2023

How can the Women's Reservation Bill impact the participation of women in Indian politics?

The Union cabinet has approved the Women’s Reservation Bill 2008 to provide reservations for women in Parliament and state assemblies. Attempts to create a quota for women have been ongoing since the mid-1990s....

30 mins

Sep 13, 2023

Kiran Bedi interview - How to create a civilized prison

The goal of imprisonment is reformation and reintegration within society. From the 50s, prisoners were not seen as individuals with rights and there was barely any focus on their well-being and health,  let alo...

13 mins

Aug 18, 2023

Inconvenient facts- How rejecting data sets has become routine

The Central government recently suspended Professor KS James, the director of the International Institute of Population Studies, that works with the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to conduct import...

32 mins

Aug 09, 2023

Chinatown fading- The lion still dances

Welcome to the third episode of "Chinatown Fading," an engaging mini-series where reporter Suryatapa Mukherjee continues her exploration of Kolkata's dwindling Chinese-Indian community. In this episode, she del...

28 mins