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Capitalism & Its Effect On Women

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Capitalism is an economic system in which means of production are privately owned and the decisions with respect to production (what, how and when to...
Health Opinion

Karnataka Minister K. Sudhakar says – “Modern women want to stay single and childless, it’s not good”

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At a World Mental Health Day event at National Institute of Mental Health and Neurological Sciences (NIMHANS), Karnataka’s Health & Family Welfare Minister K. Sudhakar...
Editor's Pick Legal Opinion

A Tale of Jogini’s Exploitation

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In the 3rd century AD, Kalidasa, one of the greatest writers of ancient India, made a reference to ‘dancing girls’ that were present in the...
Health Legal

Abortion Law in India: Not Quite There Yet

Mani Chander
The Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill, 2020 was approved by the upper house of the parliament and received presidential assent in March, 2021. Some...
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सफाई करने वाली महिलाओं की स्थिति

Rajesh Singh
एक अध्ययन के मुताबिक कूड़ा बीनने वालों में 80 फीसदी संख्या महिलाओं की है और ये सब महिलाएं दलित समुदाय से सम्बन्ध रखती है, जैसे...
Opinion

लड़कियों की शिक्षा पर कोरोना का प्रभाव

Rajesh Singh
कोरोना महामारी के चलते जब सारे शैक्षणिक संस्थान बन्द है तब शिक्षा का जो स्वरूप बदला है, वह ना तो हमारे देश के छात्रों और...
Legal Opinion

The Menace that is Homosexuality: An Epistle To The Struggle

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The red and the black earth of Bharat carries with it a myriad of stories. From birth of civilization to fall of empires; the crowning...
Editor's Pick Sports

Achievements of Women In Olympics, 2020

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The recently concluded Tokyo Olympics gave people from all over the world a reason to celebrate. Considering the highly anxious environment at the Olympic village...
Arts & Culture Entertainment Opinion

Mimi: Bringing back the debate on Surrogacy

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Kriti Sanon and Pankaj Tripathi starrer film, Mimi is the latest attempt by Bollywood to bring the taboo topic of surrogacy back in the mainstream...