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The end for hands-on toilet cleaning in India?

Activists are hoping a 10,000-kilometre pilgrimage will help bring total eradication of ‘manual scavenging’ writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.…

  • Thu Nov 29 11:20:00 2012
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My dirty secret

Wayne Roberts looks at how food and water issues mix in an era of drought.…

  • Mon Sep 24 08:32:00 2012
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Dancing on Maggie Thatcher's grave

Alan Hughes on why he’ll be celebrating the passing of the Iron Lady.…

  • Tue Sep 18 07:31:00 2012
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Can Bollywood shatter India’s caste system?

India’s leading film star Aamir Khan is shining a light on tough social issues and the country is taking notice, says Mari Marcel Thekaekara.…

  • Fri Jul 13 11:42:00 2012
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Jobless used as unpaid jubilee stewards

Alan Hughescan't believe a group of jobseekers were bussed in to work on the river pageant and told to sleep under London Bridge.…

  • Tue Jun 5 05:48:00 2012
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Rich London, poor London – a tale of two cities

What would Charles Dickens, born 200 years ago this week, make of Britain’s inequality in the 21st century? wonders David Hewitt…

  • Tue Feb 7 05:27:00 2012
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Norway snatches Indian children from their parents

Two young Indian children have been taken into care in Norway because their mother fed them with her fingers…

  • Mon Jan 23 10:12:00 2012
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A harsh winter for China’s discontented

Complainants against abuses by Chinese authorities are forced to sleep rough in sub-zero temperatures and those that help them are harassed by police, reports Shuang Gao.…

  • Wed Dec 21 07:21:00 2011
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Soviet nostalgia: thank you, broken promises

In search of Soviet nostalgia, Giedre Steikunaite finds a chaos of memories, failed dreams and a nagging longing for a simpler world.…

  • Mon Sep 12 05:01:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

Tourism in The Gambia: Cardboard cut-outs or the real thing?

Wandering around a market in The Gambia, among piles of broken toilet seats, fake designer gear, horns and shea butter, Dawn Starin finds fascinating people off the tourist trail…

  • Wed Jul 20 08:42:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

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