Pottery town- a survival to carry on an age old legacy

Pottery town, a settlement in the middle of Bengaluru city since 1900s, is on it’s last legs to survive as more than 40 families out of 100 that resided there have moved away. Pottery town an establishment of potters and a paradise for lovers of pottery was established in 1926. With forty families of potters […]

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Stuck in a loop of problems, MSMEs suffer

Liquidity crunch and lack of access to formal credit hamper the growth of MSMEs in Karnataka The smell of the fumes and whirring sound of machines can be constantly felt as one walks on the streets of Bengaluru’s industrial areas. Lines of buildings across the streets stand tall, housing, big machines, multiple metal bars, aluminium […]

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Family Planning: A burden on Indian Women

Women in India alone carry the responsibility of contraception in India, even if it sometimes comes with a health warning. Alka, 35, decided to get sterilized along with the c-section when she had her second child. The process is called ‘postpartum sterilisation’ and is generally considered to be safe. However for Alka, the decision was […]

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