Networks of evolution and a typology of ideologies and practices in modern design

In the first decade after independence, India was managed by its new rulers with a measure of caution and conservatism, focussed as they were upon healing the wounds of partition and maintaining the continuity of ongoing development projects set up by the British colonial administration. At the end of this period, as captured eloquently in…… Continue reading Networks of evolution and a typology of ideologies and practices in modern design

Speaking cloth: Including women’s account of body experiences in health innovations

This paper is about a project that works upon getting women to reflect upon their bodily experiences and to draw and paint their experiences as a way to communicate-out their journeys of childbearing. I arrived at this project of visual narratives because of the dissatisfaction I felt upon reading the solutions within texts on the…… Continue reading Speaking cloth: Including women’s account of body experiences in health innovations

CERES Cookup

Harvest Festival On the Menu: Bisi Bele Bath and Pachadi – food from Karnataka Bisi Bele Bath list Rice 5kg Dal (Mung+Masur) 5 kg Salt 250 gms Peanuts 0.5 kg Beans 4 kg Onion 2 kg Ginger 500 gms Rasam mix 4 pkts Turmeric 1 pkt Coriander pwdr 1 pkt Curry leaves 8 pkts (…… Continue reading CERES Cookup

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Ban ‘fail’ word: NCERT

Got this from the Times of India (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India/Ban_fail_word_NCERT/rssarticleshow/2375314.cms) "Concerned over increasing number of suicides among students, the NCERT, a central apex body, has suggested to schools across the country to replace the word fail with unsatisfactory or repeat. The national focus group on exam reforms at the NCERT has said it is unjustified to declare…… Continue reading Ban ‘fail’ word: NCERT

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