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Congress To Use Tribal Card to Regain Power in the Country

BY SANDEEP PAURANIK In order to regain dominance in the country, the Congress is mulling using the tribal card. This plan of action is to...

Pacific Northwest Tribes: Remove Three Major Hydroelectric Dams on Columbia River

Two Pacific Northwest tribes on Monday demanded the removal of three major hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River to save migrating salmon and starving...

Illegal Loggers Threaten ‘Uncontacted Indigenous Tribes’ In The Amazon

 Illegal loggers and militias cleared an area three times the size of Gibraltar in Brazil's Amazon this year, threatening an “uncontacted” indigenous tribe, activists...

Indian Kenyans Acquire Recognition as 44th Tribe in the Country

Indian Kenyans are now officially recognized as the 44th tribe in the country The community has gone through major hurdles in the many...

Exclusive: Journalist Sanjay Mehta’s Report On Plight of The Tribes in Jharkhand

Sanjay Mehta is a journalist and a student of law hailing from Hazaribagh, Jharkhand The journalist went and stayed with the tribes people...

Mahasweta Devi: 90-Year-Old Legendary Writer and Social Activist Dies in Kolkata

Mahasweta Devi is reported to have been suffering from a blood infection, kidney failure, and she had also suffered a heart attack on...

India’s Enigma: The Mystical and bizzare practices of the North-East

Untouched from the modernization, the North-Eastern states of India remain wild and unexplored making it a treasure trove of biodiversity From head-hunting to...

Engraving a Symbolic Idea: The Tale Of Tattoos in India

Tattooing is an emotional, physical, spiritual and mental experience Various tribes use tattoos for several purposes from recording historic events to strengthening the marital...

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...

ASHA: Delivering healthcare services to ethnic tribes in Arunachal Pradesh

Anpum (Arunachal Pradesh): Washed out bridges, absence of roads and uncertainty of reaching destinations deep in the forest, do not come in the way...

Communicating the tribal way – Actions speak louder than words

The director of Tribal Research Center located in Ooty, C. Maheswaran has revealed some very intersesting facts about the tribal communities while addressing the...

Woman bureaucrat brings social miracle, hailed as ”Mother Goddess”

By Nityanand Shukla Ranchi: In a primitive Jharkhand tribe, a woman bureaucrat has effected a social miracle. In this village, women had crafted artifacts but there...

VHP seeks anti-conversion law in Jharkhand

Ranchi:  After a large number of tribals reportedly converted to Christianity in Jharkhand's Gumla district, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has sought an anti-conversion law...

Conversion Obsession: Priest dons police uniform to force tribals to convert; arrested

  By NewsGram Staff Writer A priest who was posing as a police sub-inspector has been arrested in Devala near Gudalur in Nilgiris, on Tuesday for...

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