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At City Market, scents of jasmine in the dawn

A flower vendor outside City Market. (Photo credit: Alicia Bermudez.)

By Alicia Bermudez
It is 5 a.m. on a Tuesday, and the sun is barely above the horizon. When most people are sound asleep, flower vendors at Bangalore’s City Market have been up for hours. Continue reading

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The garment industry tackles India’s social ills

A women keeping her face covered while working to protect against dust. (Photo: Krysten Massa)

By Alicia Bermudez and Kevin Matyi Indian Designs, a garment manufacturer with seven factories throughout India, appears to be a model of corporate social responsibility. The clean, airy, well-lit factory at its headquarters in Bangalore employs 2,200 people. In total, … Continue reading

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Justice B.S. Indrakala, the quiet pioneer

Justice Indrakala sitting behind her desk in her office. (Photo: Kevin Matyi)

By Alicia Bermudez
Justice B.S. Indrakala’s office in Bangalore is quite large but has few furnishings. The justice is a soft-spoken woman, and visitors could barely hear her voice over the roar of Bangalore’s traffic outside the window. Continue reading

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Alicia Bermudez

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Alicia Bermudez, 20, comes from a suburb outside of Buffalo, New York and is entering her junior year at Stony Brook University as a journalism major. She’s on the broadcast track and concentrating in the area of diversity in American society. … Continue reading

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