• Dharavi’s App Guru
    Dharavi’s App Guru

    Nawneet Ranjan made a documentary on life in Mumbai’s Dharavi slums and it won critical acclaim at international film festivals. He is now changing the lives of the children of Dharavi, teaching them coding and app development, says Deven Lad

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  • Thursday, August 17, 2017