The camel trade may not have a place in modern India, but it still thrives at the annual camel fair in Pushkar. Video reported, produced, filmed, and edited by Sonia Narang.
Indian entrepreneur Ashok Khade revisits his native village, where he was of the lowest caste. Through hard work, determination and India's economic reforms, he rose from untouchable to CEO of his own engineering firm. Video produced, filmed, and edited by Sonia Narang.
The controversy over the U.S. military’s presence on Okinawa Island, 400 miles south of mainland Japan, sparked mass protests on the island and led to the resignation of Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama. Video reported, produced, filmed, and edited by Sonia Narang.
A duo of Okinawan musicians continue the tradition of sanshin music in the southern Japanese islands. Radio story produced and reported by Sonia Narang. Accompanying video filmed and edited by Sonia Narang.
Every day in India, more than 300 people are killed in traffic accidents, the highest rate in the world. According to the World Health Organization, India has just one percent of the world’s vehicles, but ten percent of its road deaths, a result of poor road planning and inadequate law enforcement.