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Stella Paul

Citizen based in Hyderabad, India, India. Joined on Apr 29, 2010



In India, women village heads face gender bias, discrimination Special

Gender bias at home and office stalks India’s tribal women village leaders. However, fear of revenge forces them to maintain a stoic silence.

Snake charmer tribal youths fish for a better living in India Special

Chennai - They used to be snake charmers, until the government made it illegal. However, instead of crying over a lost livelihood, youths of the primitive tribe Irular in southern India are turning entrepreneurs, catching and breeding clams and .fish

Unique ritual helps youths in India's conflict zone find peace Special

Raipur - For years, communist ultras have been raging an anti-state war in India that has claimed thousands of lives. In the backdrop of this unrest, youths in a central Indian state are reviving a forgotten ritual that binds them into eternal friendship.

India's fight against hunger, malnutrition gathers youth power Special

In villages across the conflict zone of Chhattisgarh, India, young men and women from the most underdeveloped communities are leading a silent movement against malnourishment and hunger

In rural India, youths steer a crusade against food insecurity Special

Hyderabad - Braving dry climate, poverty, poor access to market and calls of Maoist rebels to join them, hundreds of youths from marginalized communities in rural India are turning into food growers, transforming dry, barren land into green, productive fields

In Inner Mongolia, nomads fight enemy of advancing desert Special

Chifeng - As the threat of desertification grows higher, a nomadic tribesman in Inner Mongolia is leading his community in their fight against the menace

Climate Summit COP 17 Kicks Off in Durban Special

The UNFCCC Climate Change Conference (COP17) today kicked off in Durban with a call to world leaders to "save tomorrow today".

Unique Roadshow Highlights Climate Change in Africa Special

With the UN Climate Summit barely two weeks away, Africa is abuzz with its biggest and most colorful road show ever to highlight the continent’s climate change woes: the ‘Trans African Caravan of Hope.’

Endosulfan poisons Indian rivers Special

Kailasahar - Rampant use of endosulfan is poisoning rivers in the north east region of India, the world’s largest producer and exporter of the hazardous chemical.

Managing Waste: Goa Shows a Profitable Way Special

Panjim - Waste is often nothing but misplaced resources, and in Goa – India’s most popular tourist destination, the rate of the misplacement is clearly higher than anywhere else.

Caterpillar mushroom under climate threat Special

Of late, all is not well with the world’s most wanted caterpillars: the Cordyceps mushrooms, grown exclusively in the Himalayan region.

Dealing With Drought: Nepal Village Shows The Way Special

Kathmandu - I was traveling to Teenpiple, a village in Panchkhal, valley of Nepal, and it takes a good two-and-a-half hours to get there from the capital city of Kathmandu.

Regional Cooperation Mooted at Tripartisan Media Meet Special

Kathmandu - Journalists from India, China and Bangladesh agreed to share information on climate change in Yarlung Zangbo/Brahmaputra river basin

Prostitution in India: In the Name of 'Tradition'

Lucknow - Generations of women are forced into prostitution by their male relatives in the name of tradition in rural Uttar Pradesh, India

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