This verbally loaded anti GATT film is a shrill intellectual harvest that tends to over romanticise the small organic farmer

Imagine living on a bump of land that the river is nibbling away relentlessly...

Tapan Bose's Jharkhand, 10 years in the making, has a participative view of the timeless, unspoilt lives of Adivasis stripped of their land

A BBC serial says strong political will is needed to ensure that energy is used efficient.

An amateur film brings out the plight of Hyderabad's child brides without making judgements.

A documentary for British children presents an inaccurate and oversimplified image of India.

The Indian entries in a recent development video competition held by the British Council, far outpaced their competitors in production quality, pace and purposefulness.

Two BBC serials take the viewer to the awesome world of computers, dramatising their history, and showing how they have become an integral part of modern life.

The October edition of Newstrack had a livelier than usual Crosstalk, which featured doctors furious at being brought under the purview of the Consumer Protection Act.

A BBC serial has pieced together damning evidence of the rise in female foeticide in India in the 1990s.