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Love India Currents? 9 Ways you can help us right now!

If you’re a fan of India Currents’ coverage, there are plenty of ways to help support us. And most of them don’t involve a penny. Here’s a handy list.

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Nirupama V.

Nirupama Vaidhyanathan is a writer, dancer and choreographer. She was the former editor of India Currents magazine.