Anup Dutta

is a multimedia freelance journalist based in Bhopal. He reports on people, politics, policies, health, art and culture.

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In Indore, Pithampur it’s time to move the needle on fresh air front for migrant workers

Indore/Pithampur/Bhopal: Shiv Prakash Prajapati was devastated when less rainfall thrashed the rabi crops in his farm, leaving the crop to fall prematurely and injury to the grain. The crops stood partially due to lack of...

LGBTQ के लिए सूरज ज्यादातर डूबा ही रहता है

पचहत्तर (75) बसंत देख चुके आजाद भारत में एलजीबीटी (LGBTQ) के लिए सूरज कई बार डूबा है। अगर बारीकी से LGBTQ और उनके समाज से संबंधो को अलग अलग रूपों में उजागर किया जाये तो...

How the fodder crisis in Madhya Pradesh is affecting milk production and impacting children

Berasiya, Bhopal: It seems that gradually, Madhya Pradesh is coming into the grip of fodder shortage. Fodder scarcity has led its prices to rise many folds and many farmers are finding it difficult to take...

Pandemic exacerbates modern slavery in India

Bhopal: Neha* spent nearly four months in debt bondage, the most prevalent form of slavery in India, to pay off a family loan of 15,000 rupees. Like many women in her situation, she had no access...

Assam’s climate change victims and low paid tea garden workers are being forced into trafficking

Guwahati, Kamrup and Rangapara (Sonitpur district), Assam - Sehar, Marget and Prathibha were teenagers, growing up in somewhat similar conditions a few hundred miles apart in the north-east state of Assam, which is visited by...

“Our work time often goes beyond 14 hours”

Bhopal: In March 2020, Dr Shriya Mungi was contemplating how she would desire to complete her medical training until next year. And yet, at one of the biggest and overburdened government hospital in Madhya Pradesh’s state...

“Project will destroy wetland and our natural ancestral rights to the wetland system”

Manipur/Bhopal: “Our land was destroyed by the Ithai Barrage in the 1980s,” when Salam Joy, Secretary of Pumlen Pat Ngamee Sinmee Lup highlighted this line in his speech, an absolute silence gripped at Pumlen Pat...

Raipur’s pioneering transgender police constables

Raipur: When Naina was a teenager, she became confused about whether to stand in the boys’ or the girls’ queue in school. “When I tried to join the boys’ queue, they pushed me towards the girls’...

Beloved paper work artist dies at 67

Eminent pioneering and experimental artist Yogesh Rawal who brought collages, sculptures, prints and paintings to life by his clever use of paper collage, cellulose, synthetic yarn passed away on April 16, 2021, in New Delhi. Yogesh’s...

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Wanted: Three Suitable Candidates for BJP in Ranchi, Koderma and Chatra

Ranchi: The opposition alliance has definitely disrupted the arithmetic of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Jharkhand. For the BJP is neither being able...

A Home Guard in Jharkhand Takes on Global Warming by Planting Trees on Special Occasions

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Digitalisation is a Double-edged Weapon

Digitalisation, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi is touting as the panacea for the country's ills, is a double-edged weapon. If it can help solve...