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A graphic novelist explains India and Nepal’s water-sharing troubles
George Mathen, who writes under the pen name Appupen, creates a short comic that looks at a long history of water cooperation.
· Apr 30, 2018 · 01:30 pm
‘There’s no harvest’: This graphic novel captures how dams have wrecked lives in India’s North East
Appupen’s work also relates the resistance of the indigenous people against mega projects that have blocked their rivers and flooded their lands.
· Feb 25, 2018 · 08:30 pm