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While most predictions relating to the economic outcomes of COVID-19 deal with plummeting stock markets and deflating domestic currencies, its effect on human labour would perhaps be the strictest. 
Protecting the right of innovators and adhering to the universal right to food security is a delicate dance that India must seriously reflect on if it is to sustain any meaningful position in the international trading arena.
There are many dimensions to domestic violence, including the gendered division of domestic work, all of which are rooted in the exercise of patriarchal power. 

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