Ten stories by The News Minute you may have missed this week
news Sunday, November 13, 2016 - 15:55

No pads, no toilets: These Telangana schoolgirls suffer, skip school when on periods

Many had vaginal infections since they use cloth and some use socks filled with sand.

Is the Telangana govt violating the Constitutional rights of adivasis with district reorganization?

According to the census of 2011, Adivasis account for 9.34% of the total population in Telangana.

Devanagari numerals in new notes no shocker, Hindi imposition thrives all around us

Script imperialism is usually an outcome of conquering and lordship. Is that what is happening?

Arrogance of the govt and duplicity of media: Lessons from l'affaire NDTV India

Most people praising or criticising the government for it are erroneous.

Heritage walk: The old and new live side by side in Bengaluru, along with politics

Tipu, silk, ISIS, dargah, scooters where an old armoury stood, a Bengali 'para', all in Bengaluru

A century of Ammanur: Celebrating the life and art of a Koodiyattam maestro

Ammanur, the soft-spoken Guru was one of the greatest stalwarts of theatre that lived in the 20th century.

Representation for Dalits in party leadership isn’t adequate: Intv with Dipankar Bhattacharjee, CPI (ML) Liberation

Men do need to be educated more to give up their privileges, he say

Durgam Cheruvu: A timeline of how Hyderabad destroyed its 'secret lake'

The lake which was blue and scenic once, is now algae-ridden and emits a foul smell.

What triggered Chennai transgender woman’s immolation? Videos emerge

Two videos show the police and her arguing, a third video has her statement some time before she died.

Lakshadweep’s Minicoy Island, a kingdom for women

What makes Minicoy more special, is that their society is matriarchal but not just in name.

 

 

 

 

 

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