COVID-19: Land is key to survival of indigenous peoples in Asia
Those who are in their forest abodes, are self-sufficient; But those who have been forcibly evicted, will find it hard to survive the pandemic
COVID-19 threatens indigenous peoples of Andaman and Nicobar
The last speaker of a Great Andamanese language died recently in Port Blair of tuberculosis as COVID-19 reached the Andaman and Nicobar islands
‘Leave the Sentinelese alone’
50 years after he first visited North Sentinel Island in the Andaman archipelago, veteran anthropologist, T N Pandit talks to Down To Earth about …
Do we need to ‘save’ the Sentinelese?
The Sentinelese and other tribes of the Andamans are minuscule in number. Will they die out or survive?
Andaman & Nicobar grapples with tourist influx, deforestation and scars of 2004 Tsunami
Islands in Flux: The Andaman and Nicobar Story is a collection of writings by Pankaj Sekhsaria on problems the archipelago has been facing in the …
Jarawa man speaks out against sexual abuse of young women
Audio clip reveals that poachers and settlers are introducing the tribe to alcohol and marijuana
The Jarawas of Andaman Islands are dying from a number of diseases
Tourism to be prohibited in Jarawa reserve
Cabinet approves regulation declaring five km reserved area inhabited by the aboriginal tribe as buffer zone
Police harass journalist for exposing sexual abuse of Jarawa women
Editor of Andaman Chronicle, Denis Giles, served notices in unrelated cases
Supreme Court bans tourism in Jarawa reserve
Turns down plea of Andaman administration to allow limited tourism and small government guest houses in buffer zone
A language spoken by only 273
Pramod Kumar researches a language spoken by only 273 people in the Andaman islands. A PhD candidate at Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, he …
'Step up measure to protect Jarawas'
Update Andaman Trunk Road controversy
Andaman Trunk Road ignores SC order, affects Jarawas' lives