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How Many Colleges Really Have A Functioning Redressal Cell For The Marginalised?

India, Jan. 15 -- Yes, even my college hasn't created their own committee for addressing the issues of Dalit-Bahujan-Adivasi students in campus but it has implemented the UGC guidelines of 12th plan w... Read More


Arrested For Jokes He Didn't Crack, Court Extends Faruqui's Remand By 2 Weeks

India, Jan. 15 -- Stand-up comedian Munawar Faruqui was denied bail by the magistrate court. Chief judicial magistrate Aman Singh Bhuria extended Faruqui's remand by two weeks, on Wednesday. Munawar ... Read More


Is The Supreme Court's Stay On Farm Laws A Case Of Judicial Overreach?

India, Jan. 14 -- Amid the course of the hearing of the case relating to the three Farm laws, the apex court allegedly observed that it may remain execution of the farm laws and the court on Tuesday d... Read More


Have You Watched This Poignant Short Film That Tackles Violence Again Women?

India, Jan. 14 -- Hi I am Uddeshya. I am physically handicapped, having Cerebral Palsy and am a national awardee). I am doing my B.A. Honours in Political Science from Hindu College, Delhi University... Read More


Support Your Loved Ones Suffering From Anxiety With These Tips

India, Jan. 14 -- Many people believe that anxiety is 'just being a little nervous'. That is completely false. Anxiety is a mental condition that can destroy the quality of a person's life. Anxiety is... Read More


"Exclusion, Segregation And Atrocity": How The State Oppresses Dalit Women

India, Jan. 14 -- The recent rape and murder of a 19-year-old Dalit woman who was forcibly cremated by the police in Uttar Pradesh, an incident which was soon followed by another rape and murder of a ... Read More


Knock, Knock, Bihar. Is There Anyone For Law And Justice Here?

India, Jan. 14 -- Should we call the killing of Rupesh Kumar, the 42-year-old employee of Indigo Airlines, an untoward incident or on illustration of worsening law and order situation in the State? Ho... Read More


The Last Supper: Food Connects The Dead And The Living In This Borok Tradition Of Tripura

India, Jan. 14 -- When people die they leave behind loved ones who have to deal with their sudden absence. It is, however, believed by the Borok people of Tripura that the spirit of their family membe... Read More


Movie Review: 'Kagaz' Is A Search For Emotional Disparities In Rural Life

India, Jan. 14 -- The five-letter titled Hindi film, Kagaz, points to human emotions, the ruthless system of society and a very pertinent issue prevailing in our society. It focuses on rural life and ... Read More


Finding Space For 'Individual Expression' In A Globalised World

India, Jan. 14 -- As we move towards a new decade, the global society as a whole faces new and old challenges. The year 2020 proved itself to be a period of taking a long pause from how the world has ... Read More