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How a conflict between different ideas of conservation is hurting the adivasis of Tamil Nadu

Is the forest and wildlife protected better with its people co-existing inside, or do they have to be evicted?

Tamil Nadu govt turns a blind eye to Forest Rights Act, but the law is empowering forest-dwellers

While the FRA is not implemented at all across Tamil Nadu, the fact that the law exists seems to offer solace to the adivasis and other forest dwellers.

There's a new tool to drag poor men into India's murky drug trials, WhatsApp: TNM Investigation

The test subjects are usually poor men, and touts teach them how to ‘score well’ to get into trials.

Whose forest is it anyway? Tamil Nadu’s disastrous disregard for the Forest Rights Act

Over a decade since the Forest Rights Act was passed, the total progress made in Tamil Nadu equals to exactly zero.

Saving the sholas: To overcome drought, Nilgiris’ forest communities return to traditional wisdom

The Nilgiris shola forests are key to south India’s water needs, but can we save them?

India is fighting at the WHO to make medicines cheaper, but drug quality is the real problem

Shouldn't India be reforming its own manufacturing process before trying to change global market dynamics?