In a society where personal choices mean little and members of a family live together in the same room, the concept of privacy
Last month, Bihar was hit but fierce floods that disrupted as many as 17 million lives in 19 districts of the state, and killed 500 others, including women, women and children.
On August 7, 2017, on the occasion of World Handloom Day, DEF celebrated the day with weavers associated with DCDP
After more than a decade of running Community Information Resource Centres (CIRC) across India with support from funding from various quarters
Mobile phone is one of the defining technologies of the 21st century. It is emerging as a key driver in India by contributing significantly to our GDP growth. In fact, the potential it possesses in achieving socio-economic growth is unprecedented. The access to mobile services and low-cost smartphones has created a substantial opportunity for people…
The Indian government on August 7, 2017, came out with a set of protocols towards network shutdowns. Release by the Ministry of Communications and Information Broadcasting
A meeting was organised by Soochna Seva with Mukhiya and Ward Council of Balthar panchayat on July 27, 2017.
August was the start of India’s festive season. DEF’s Community Information Resource Centres (CIRCs) work towards building
A number of activities kept community members at Baank-e-Loom centre in Saidanpur, Uttar Pradesh, busy last month.
This is a story of two differently-abled students, Etherson Momin and Sengdo Marak, from the hills of South Garo in Meghalaya. Their hearing and visual disabilities