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The climate of protest currently characterising India and Sri Lanka continues to receive staccato scholarly attention with barely any attempt to peak into either contemporary history or significant....

The geo-strategically located northeast region of India shares borders with China, Myanmar, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh. The region, with a total of 5,182 km of international border, is considered....

A Jungian Synchronicity The digital immigrant that I am, Facebook is an important social space for me. As I readied my post to commemorate 100 years of Dev Anand on 26 September 26, I noticed that my....

Pandemics are a disease outbreak that not only takes people’s lives but also devastates the social, economic, and political lives of people across the world. Since its beginning, humanity has tried to....

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 (hereafter MGNREGA) has been crucial for rural India's unskilled and landless workers since its inception in 2005. The historic....

Environmental challenges are viewed as a significant danger to humanity on a global scale. Since Earth is a planet with life other than humans, humans should ideally interact and coexist peacefully....

Delhi High Court through Justice J R Midha in the Dr Maya D. Chablani v Radha Mittal (2021) case not only extended the domain of the animal law in India but also provided a new dimension to the....

Introduction Eradicating hunger is crucial to mitigate crises and lift people out of poverty. In 2018, 10.8 percent (821.6 million) of the global population suffered from undernourishment (SOFI-FAO....

Visit Spurred to write on the gigantic Statue of Equality (installed near Hyderabad in February 2022) given my current interests in contemporary Hinduism and its culture, I decided to see it for....

In 2015, Jon Entine wrote in The Huffington Post: It is sport's doomsday scenario: a new generation of bioengineered performance-enhancing agents that can transform also-rans into gold medallists....

Introduction The consequences of the global coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on the international migration and mobility of workers have been profound. Border closures, quarantine and stay....

The pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns have ravaged the Indian labour market. But the consequences of the disease and the associated economic disruption have been felt differently by people across....

The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflot, and Michael Kremer “for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty” (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences....

The different waves of the pandemic left the country in a bad shape, and there was anticipation of a monkeypox wave and a fourth BF.7 wave in India (Bhaduri 2021; Ghosh 2021; Jha, et al 2022; TNN 2022....

Digi tal liberties activism seeks to preserve and continue the country’s pre-existing traditions of civil liberties activism. This is not only because the core focus of civil liberties as well as....