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Nov 29, 2021

Beyond elections, what’s in store for the future of farmers?

The Cabinet has approved a bill to repeal the three farm laws in the upcoming winter session. In this episode of The Suno India Show, we will get an expert view on why the laws are being repealed and what’s in...

24 mins

Nov 27, 2021

Back to school - How the gap in schooling has caused an education emergency in India

The school closures in India due to the COVID-19 Pandemic have been among the longest in the world. For close to 18 months, 265 million students have not been to school.  The report, “A FUTURE AT STAKE -Organi...

30 mins

Nov 27, 2021

Back to school - What you should need to consider before sending your children to school

For about 18 months, children in India have not gone to school. The school closures have been among the longest in the world. This month, many state and local governments opened physical schools for children. Y...

28 mins

Nov 21, 2021

Woman farm leader reacts to laws repealed, fight for MSP guarantee to continue

November 19, 2021, on Guru Nanak Jayanti, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the three controversial farm laws will be repealed in the upcoming winter session of the Parliament. In this episode of The...

21 mins

Nov 17, 2021

Delhi case against SciHub and LibGen will decide the price of knowledge

In December 2020, three academic publishing giants—Elsevier, American Chemical Society and Wiley—moved the Delhi High Court against Sci-Hub and LibGen. These pirate websites make academic papers free for all. A...

28 mins

Nov 11, 2021

Do we really know what goes into our food?

The Indian food industry is the third-largest in the world. But the country’s awareness related to food safety is severely lacking. When you enter a store and pick up a food item, do you wonder if the claims m...

27 mins

Oct 30, 2021

No land, loan or relief Fate of women farmers in the pandemic

Almost 75% of Indian farmers are women and they produce up to 80% of India’s food, according to British non profit group Oxfam. But one-third of this vast number are unpaid laborers working on family farms. Wom...

34 mins

Oct 30, 2021

How does the wage gap operate within the household?

A recent global study conducted by researchers Deepak Malghan and Hema Swaminathan titled “Global trends in intra-house gender inequality” in 45 countries. They found that there is no single nation where wives...

39 mins

Oct 30, 2021

Sparkle goes out in India’s fireworks capital Shivakasi

Firecracker bans help cities breathe easy, but it’s not the case for vulnerable communities dependent on the industry. As politicians play it safe and do not want to rock the boat and develop a transition plan,...

28 mins

Oct 29, 2021

Back to the roots for tribal children in Nilgiris

A break from schools due to Covid-19 serves as a blessing in disguise for Irula tribal children who get to learn traditional ways of life from their elders through village elder programmes. For this episode of...

23 mins