Announcing The Better India Forum
For a while now this website has been publishing stories and articles across various sectors. In most cases, the discussions amongst the readers have been limited to the comments section.
For a while now this website has been publishing stories and articles across various sectors. In most cases, the discussions amongst the readers have been limited to the comments section. We have realized, however, that there are many bits of information that don’t make it to our articles and hence our readers lose out on knowing about them. There is also the issue of limited resources and information that we can handle. In this context, we want to give you an easy platform to share positive news that you have come across, to share upcoming events which could be of interest to others, to share your ideas on how to make things better.
With this in mind, we have recently launched The Better India Forum. You can access it here:
India's Inspiring Fight Against Drought in 330 Villages That Once Needed 90000 Water Tankers/Year
A group of individuals and organisations partnered with the Maharashtra government to bring about change in Jalna district which has been struggling with water scarcity, drought and subsequent farmer suicides for decades.Read more >
The forum has 3 main themes – Events, News & Ideas and Organizations. While the first two are self-explanatory, the third theme, ‘Organizations’, is for you to share information about any organization (which you may or may not be associated with) that you believe is making a positive change.
We hope the forum will be of use to you. It requires a one-time registration (needed to counter spam) and well, that’s about it! In case you have any feedback about this, please do mail us at contact[at]thebetterindia[dot]com.
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Jailed at 13 by British, a Gandhian Transformed Rural MP & Helped 654 Dacoits Surrender
SN Subba Rao was a Gandhian who participated in the Quit India Movement as a child before setting up an ashram in the Chambal Valley, facilitating the surrender and rehabilitation of 654 dacoits and spreading the gospel of communal harmony among India's youth.Read more >