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‘Tribes of India’ : An Online Database to Document the Lives of Indian Tribes

The ‘Tribes of India’ will showcase the lifestyle, culinary culture, conditions of living of the tribes It is going to be amazing to...

Ahead of Assembly Polls, Tripura parties step up to empower Tribals

Agartala, Sept 14, 2016: Seventeen months ahead of crucial assembly polls in Left-ruled Tripura, political parties, especially tribal-based parties, have stepped up their actions...

With luxury encroaching in forest areas, tribals fear for their existence

Tribals living in the buffer zone say that they are being "urged" to move by choosing one of the "government relocation packages" i.e...

For better health, gut bacteria of 15 tribes mapped by Indian scientists

Guwahati: Among researchers across the globe, a group of Indian scientists mapped the gut bacteria of 15 ethnic tribes of the country to understand...

How the British trampled the tribal Indians

The British first encountered tribal communities in the hilly regions of the Malabar situated between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea. Like with...

Why Indian tribes need more opportunities to ‘Make (a living) in India’

Jamshedpur: Sumanti Bhagat, a petite 30-year-old Oraon tribal woman, famous among her tribe for her paintings, uses some sophisticated techniques that could put many contemporary...

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