Orissa

Britain Should Be GREAT by Promoting Values We Believe In

David Griffiths | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK
David Griffiths

I have never played Grand Theft Auto V, currently the world's most popular video game, and quite possibly never will. It apparently offers an open-wo...

Not Many Dead - But Millions Are In Need

Colin Kemp | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK
Colin Kemp

Cyclone Phailin was the biggest storm to hit India in 14 years. It affected 14 million people and left more than one million homeless, causing destruc...

Dongria Women

Joanna Eede | Posted 25.12.2013 | UK
Joanna Eede

High on a lush hillside in Orisha, eastern India, Kumbradi, a woman with three gold hoops in her nose and coloured slides in her jet hair, tends to her garden. 'We grow millet, peas and beans here', she explains. 'The mountains provide us with everything, even our medicine.'

The Widows of Kandhamal

David Griffiths | Posted 28.11.2012 | UK
David Griffiths

Asmita's husband Rajesh was buried alive in a muddy riverbank in the remote Kandhamal district of India's Odisha (Orissa) state, just over four years ago. He is not enumerated in the official death toll of the anti-Christian pogrom which began in August 2008, because police did not find his body. In fact, they did not look for it