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Article in The Hindu on Seven Sisters Project

Article in The Hindu on Seven Sisters Project

A phone call away Hansika Chopra The Seven Sisters Project, aimed at bridging the information gap in the north-eastern States, uses the mobile phone to record stories on issues that concern and interest people of the region “We came to…

Grassroots Voices from Jharkhand: Where are the free medicines?

Grassroots Voices from Jharkhand: Where are the free medicines?

The alternative features voices of Jharkhand through Mobile Vaani every week which show the ground reality of our country. Gram Vaani conducted the Oxfam Free Medicine Campaign in partnership with Oxfam, where GV solicited feedback and comments from people in…

mBillionth Award: Rewarding innovations in mobile technology

mBillionth Award: Rewarding innovations in mobile technology

Mobile Vaani won mBillionth award 2013 in m-inclusion category. Read original source by LiveMint. Excerpts are below. 33 winners announced in various categories which include business, health, education and governance. A screen grab of the mBillionth Award website New Delhi:…

New Mass Media: Community Radio

New Mass Media: Community Radio

Citizen News Network writes how Gram Vaani’s Relief News lines at community radios in flood affected regions of Uttrakhand is promoting citizen journalism. Read the original source here. Today’s South Asian alternative media are thumping the issues of disaster management,…

Community Radio gives voice to Uttarakhand victims

Community Radio gives voice to Uttarakhand victims

Radio and Music.com writes how Gram Vaani Community Media has given voices to Uttrakhand victims. Read the original source here. MUMBAI: Heaving pouring in Uttarakhand has made the rescue operation complicated, but at this difficult time, flow of information has become…

Jharkhand logs onto social networking without internet

Hindustan Times writes about Gram Vaani. Read original source here. People in Jharkhand have put a spin on online social networking, without the internet – they are expressing their opinions on a “social networking telephone line” called the Jharkhand Mobile…