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In depth reportage

Watch: What happens to abandoned dogs in Bengaluru

Abandoning pet dogs is a traumatic occurrence that happens far too often in cities like Bengaluru.

Watch: Making cloth bags, Paalaguttapalle’s Dalit women are turning their lives around

Once Poverty-stricken, the women on Paalaguttapalle turned their lives around by making cloth bags, which today have customers all the way in the US, UK and Canada.

The changing demography of the boat race rowers in Kerala

Teams are serious about winning, and if that means defying tradition and hiring rowers from outside, they are willing to go down that path.

The famous Nehru Trophy boat race and how it supports the economy of Alappuzha district

The expenditure from the government, both in terms of money and effort, is considered a good investment.

Economics of a boat race: What it costs to be a Nehru Trophy team

The returns from Nehru boat race are not measured in terms of money but in terms of prestige.

How stigma and restricted access stop Indian women from seeking safe abortions

When women who approach doctors are denied abortion, they are forced to break the law and opt for unsafe abortion. The result? Unsafe abortions is the third leading cause of maternal mortality in India.

Trauma and heartbreak: What happens to abandoned dogs in Bengaluru

Abandoning pet dogs is a traumatic occurrence that happens far too often in cities like Bengaluru, and can lead to emotional stress for the animal and a burden on shelters.

Depressed, anxious or suicidal before your period? You could be living with PMDD

The most telling characteristic about Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder is what Lalitha perhaps described best: she felt like a cloud lifted from her head after she got her period.

Medical waste from Kerala continues to be dumped in TN: Why authorities are worried

On November 22, 27 trucks were seized in Tirunelveli district, four of which contained medical waste.

‘Me Too’: How women in south cinema are considered commodities on screen and off it

Actors Aishwarya Rajesh, Shraddha Srinath, Aishwarya Lekshmi and filmmaker Leena Manimekalai speak to TNM about how the public views the bodies of women in cinema.