Anwesha Dhar

Anwesha Dhar

Literature student. Part time journalist. Harbouring crazy dreams of changing the world since 1993.
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This Indian-Tibetan couple is championing indie ci...

Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam are exposing local audiences in Dharamshala to contemporary world cinema and encouraging budding filmmakers from the regi...
on Oct 2, 2015

Let’s join hands with this Nobel Prize winne...

Full Stop, India’s first national campaign against Child Sexual Abuse seeks to raise awareness about CSA and empower and educate survivors and chil...
on Sep 28, 2015

World Tourism Day: How Airbnb-ing and Couchsurfing...

In the ever evolving space of tourism and hospitality, Couchsurfing and Airbnb are breaking barriers and bringing people of different cultures togethe...
on Sep 25, 2015

[Review] Exploring an environmental school found i...

We were told something very often during our childhood: real learning takes place outside the classroom.
on Sep 23, 2015

In bold print: Indian webcomics are here to stay

Indian webcomics are covering issues like feminism, environment and racism often sidestepped by the mainstream media.
on Sep 6, 2015

[Video] Empowering children at risk through creati...

Nalandaway Foundation helps children acquire life skills and express themselves creatively through theatre, music and dance.
on Aug 30, 2015

Forehead dot catches the eye of organization tackl...

Life Saving Dot has created bindis that slowly release the daily requirement of iodine into the skin.
on Aug 30, 2015

From slums to university: How this organization ch...

Asha Society works on ameliorating the conditions of living for slum-dwellers by providing infrastructural, financial and educational support.
on Aug 20, 2015

Still unsure about donating your organs? This stor...

The Heart of Jenin chronicles the story of a Palestinian father who donated the organs of his 12-year old son to save the lives of four Israeli childr...
on Aug 13, 2015

[Video] How women in Panipat are recycling for the...

Unravel by Meena Gupta traces tons of discarded clothes from US, Japan and England to their final destination - the quiet town of Panipat.
on Aug 12, 2015
 

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