On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti & Dussehra, the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) and Bagalkote District Committee of Karnataka Street Vendor Organization distributed food kits to the street vendors who have suffered during covid-19 period in the cities of Mahalingapura, Rabakavi-Banahatti, Jamkhandi, Bilagi, Ilakal, Aminagad in Bagalkote district, Karnataka.
Wide ranging changes in political economy and policy environment in 1990s posed several challenges. One of such challenges was countering […]
Street vendors protest at BJP central office in Delhi Main entrance of BJP central office remained jammed for hours Similar […]
Open Letter to Heads of Political Parties To The Heads of Political Parties Subject: Street vendors’ request to ensure passage […]
Street vendors hold demonstrations and meetings across several cities demanding passage of street vendors’ bill in February session of parliament, […]
CULINARY ENTREPRENUERS ON STREETS IN INDIA The Street Food Festival of 2013 is the third edition of Street Food Festival […]