Why is India still hungry?

28 May 2010 | Narratives & Features | 0 comments

Sonologue contributed two pieces to a special show of South Asia Wired on hunger. The timing couldn’t be better, the Hindustan Times led with a front page story on how the Supreme Court has slammed the UP government for collusion in perpetuating malnutrition and hunger in the state. The SAW piece features activist Arundhati Dhuru speaking on the case and, on the flip side, also features one story of hope – a working model in a small town called Devlali where no one sleeps hungry. Download or stream to hear more about the puri-bhaji centre spearheaded by businessman Maharaj Virmani contrasted with mud-eating children in Ganne village.


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