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Children of the City

Walk down the streets of Jaipur, visit its palaces and temples, and you’ll see them - pe...

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Deafening Silence

India's children are facing an epidemic of abuse, with 53% of Indian children having exper...

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Being HIV Positive In India

  After a delayed response to the initial threat of HIV, India has seen gradua...

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Jaipur, the ‘top dog’ of stray dog management

India is second most populated country in the world for humans. But it holds the dubious ...

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What the West Will Do For India’s Children

Voluntourism, the hybrid of volunteering while travelling, is one of the fastest growi...

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Jaipur Foot – Restoring Glory

Jaipur Foot is an NGO in Jaipur India that provides prosthetics or artificial limbs to as ...

culture
Fighting India’s HIV Stigma

Issues with education and awareness of HIV and AIDS in India has resulted in large amounts...

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WHAT DOES FEMINISM MEAN TO YOU? A Visual Podcast in Jaipur

Intersectional feminism means the inclusion and representation of different identities and...

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What Came First, The Love or the Marriage? A Documentary

Love and arranged marriages are part of an ongoing complex conversation that is unfolding ...

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Climate Crisis

One fifth of the world's suicides occur in India, with farmers significantly overrepresent...

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Written in the Stars?

Astrology starts from the exact moment you are born and stays the same for your entire lif...

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The Youth Testament in India

Religion is an ancient part of Indian culture. Join UQ in Jaipur reporter Claire Norton, a...