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Justice Indu Malhotra set a dangerous precedent by stating that courts should not delve into the...
The empirical analysis offered by Lokniti–CSDS's surveys shows the centrality of mosques for India'...
This article criticises the Supreme Court's observations made about disabled childen in an interim...
Though Ghoul has been classified as horror, it extends the present political climate to portray an...
Unmitigated and pervasive sexual harassment at the workplace is pushing women out of the workforce...
In the wake of #MeToo, the time is ripe to revisit the history of Indian feminism, in particular...
Wasting among children, typically a temporary phenomenon occurring due to food shortage and...
This article outlines the problems with online entrance examinations in multiple choice format for...
Internet shutdown refers to a deliberate suspension of internet services in a limited area, for a...
This article offers a cultural critique of a Marathi film, Gulabjaam, from an anti-caste and anti-...

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Justice Indu Malhotra set a dangerous precedent by stating that courts should not delve into the rationality of religious practices. This article contests the arguments made by this lone dissenter to...
Studies on sexual harassment complaint committees over the years highlight how committees, even when instituted, often do not function as they should. 
Two judgements in August 2017 came under the scanner for the language they used to define consent and talk about survivors of sexual assault.
Though atheism has been socially prevalent in India, it has remained a grey area in the legal context. There are no specific laws catering to atheists and they are considered as belonging to the...
Several unconstitutional laws in India repress its citizens. A reading list from the EPW Archives.
The prevention of torture has been one of the key human rights developments in the last decade. With India’s strong stake for a seat at the security council, the issue has assumed importance. However...
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