July 2017

How Much Is Too Much
July 13, 2017

By MRINALIKA JOSEPH (Columnist) Do you remember your grandmother mending a tear in her 10-year old saree, or your grandfather fixing…

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Bengaluru – Veena’s Story
July 13, 2017

By SRIKRISHNA BALACHANDRAN On a typical weekday, Veena manages delivery of critical software that run millions of transactions for one of…

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Wastepicker’s Journey
July 10, 2017

By PRAVEEN KUMAR G The profession of waste-picking has been in existence for several decades in many countries. However, India is…

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Rag-picker Taboos One Should Break
July 6, 2017

by Amulya Sridharan “Touch wood!! Very few people are lucky to love their jobs!!” I look for something wooden around me…

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Can Technology Help Clean India’s Waste Problem?
July 6, 2017

by Priyadarshini Thirumurthy What comes to your mind when I say Garbage? Stink. Litter. Stockpile. Bangalore! Yes!! Earlier, I thought the…

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From The Diary Of A Dry Waste Donor And Volunteer
July 6, 2017

I waited eagerly for the “madam, dry waste!” call this Wednesday morning. Before I carry-on with the rest of my daily…

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