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India’s domestic workers face tough times as home appliances and smart cleaning gadgets replace them

Many Indian families started doing their own household chores when coronavirus lockdowns began, causing a sales boom for appliances and leaving domestic workers unemployed.

Many Indian families started doing their own household chores when coronavirus lockdowns began, causing a sales boom for appliances and leaving domestic workers unemployed.

9 Feb 2021 - 10:01AM
Recycling India’s floral waste: how flowers left as temple offerings are being made into soap, dyes and incense sticks

Flowers left as offerings at temples in India soon die. Community enterprises across the country turn the dead flowers into useful products rather than see them dumped in rivers and ponds.

Flowers left as offerings at temples in India soon die. Community enterprises across the country turn the dead flowers into useful products rather than see them dumped in rivers and ponds.

15 Dec 2020 - 4:45PM