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Anuradha Nagaraj

A migrant worker, who works in a textile loom, rests inside a loom after it was shut due to the 21-day nationwide lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus disease on the outskirts of Mumbai, India, April 1, 2020. | REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas

Indian Garment Workers Cover Bosses' Lockdown Losses

Indian garment workers say they are being made to compensate their bosses for the food, shelter and salary provided in the coronavirus lockdown.
Daily wage laborers and homeless people wait to receive free food during an extended nationwide lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New Delhi, India, April 28, 2020. | REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

Businesses Working with Slavery Survivors in India Seek Ways to Offset COVID-19

Social enterprises employing trafficking survivors in India rethink product lines to pay salaries.
Screenshot of an online plant clinic for farmer in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, May 8, 2020. | Thomson Reuters Foundation/Anuradha Nagaraj

Indian Farmers Find Solutions for Crops with Plague in E-Clinics

During coronavirus lockdown, Indian farmers have been able to join 'e-clinics' to get a diagnosis of problems plaguing their crops, helping limit the damage.
A migrant worker, who was stranded in the western state of Gujarat due to a lockdown imposed by the government to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), looks out from a window of a train that will take him to his home state.

Trains Resume for Indian Migrant Workers Amid Protests, Deaths

Unions and activists argued that depriving migrants of transport home move amounts to forced labor.
FILE PHOTO: Migrant workers, who were stranded in the western state of Rajasthan due to a lockdown imposed by the government to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), wear protective masks as they look out from a window of a train

Indian State Halts Trains to Keep Migrant Workers on the Job

Unions and activists say move to deprive migrants of transport home amounts to forced labor.
Garments workers shout slogans as they block a road demanding their due wages during the lockdown amid concerns over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Dhaka, Bangladesh, April 15, 2020. | REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

ANALYSIS-As Fashion Sales Fall Globally, Big Brands Leave Asia's Garment Workers in Limbo

Coronavirus has driven Western retailers such as ASOS, Gap and Primark to pause or cancel orders, threatening an industry that employs about 60 million garment workers globally.
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