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IVF treatment has brought hope to thousands of elderly couples in India who have struggled to conceive. But without regulation, this booming industry presents risks to both mothers and children.
In the North of India, the country’s national ice hockey team is fighting to put their sport on the map. Despite no funding or following, the players continue to play for the love of the sport.
In recent years, India's patriarchal order has been called into question by an increasingly educated and culturally aware generation of women. In response, acid attacks on women have become a disturbingly frequent occurrence. As cowardly as they are devastating, those afflicted are left mentally and physically scarred. Rupa’s Boutique profiles the bravery and perseverance of six young acid atta...
With acid attacks, marital rape and violence commonplace, India is often labelled as a dangerous place to be a woman. Can a TV show break taboos and ignite social progress towards gender equality?
India's national ID service, Aadhaar, has now registered 1.15 billion people in a single national database, recording fingerprints and iris scans. However, its opponents claim that it is an invasion of privacy.
In the slums of Delhi, a group of street children are making their voices heard by reporting the news. They write, edit and publish their own newspaper, which is now being read across the world.
India's building boom has spawned an illegal trade in sand. Plundering the environment and even killing those who get in its way, the "sand mafia" has spread its influence throughout India.
IQ society Mensa is searching for impoverished child geniuses in India's slums. Gifted children with genius level IQs can win full scholarships, but escaping poverty is harder than any normal exam.