Rooting for the underdog!

Rooting for the underdog!

New Delhi: ‘Whoever said you can’t buy happiness for little puppies.’ When author Gene Hill said this, he probably forgot street dogs and the fact they come without a price tag.

They are a nuisance to some, threat to others, invisible to some, a sore sight to others, a leftovers disposal mechanism to some, an occasional friend…

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India’s youth climate activists

We headed back to India from Bangladesh, where we met family and friends, played tourist in South India, enjoyed the Bangalore Queer Film Fest, and talked to activists in Bangalore, India’s Silicon Valley. What a difference! When it comes to climate issues, India can sometimes feel more like the U.S. than it does neighboring Bangladesh. India’s a nation of a billion people where 3rd world poverty coexists with 1st world affluenza–contradictions that shows up in climate policy. Read More