Clarion India has been telling the stories of India’s voiceless minorities, the Dalits, tribals, women and other marginalised communities since 2013. It is a non-profit initiative involving journalists and volunteers believing in ethical and value-based journalism.
With modest resources, it has sustained itself in extremely challenging circumstances, offering an alternative perspective to the shrill, divisive narrative peddled by much of the corporate media.
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