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While dams and embankments are often touted as interventions for better flood management, they have...
21 Feb, 2021
Since its inception, Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code, which punishes sedition, has been a...
17 Feb, 2021
Online education is inimical to inclusivity and access. While bridging the digital divide is...
12 Feb, 2021
Women and girls participate in the Hindutva movement, espousing its exclusionary and violent...
10 Feb, 2021
The United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union is indicative of not only its own narrow...
30 Jan, 2021
As our interactions with social media and messaging apps become more and more pervasive, does our...
22 Jan, 2021
With the release of films like Sairat (2016) and Kaala (2018), Indian cinema is taking a step...
22 Jan, 2021
As Donald Trump’s presidency comes to a close, a reexamination of his domestic and foreign policy...
20 Jan, 2021
Ten years after the Arab Spring swept countries across the Arab world, we analyse how the popular...
10 Jan, 2021
The law punishing contempt of court leaves ample room for interpretation at the discretion of...
04 Jan, 2021
The new proposal by an RBI Internal Working Group to allow large corporate/industrial houses to...
20 Dec, 2020
In light of the renewed demand from certain sections of society to enact laws against religious...
14 Dec, 2020
In September 2020, the Bharatiya Janata Party government pushed the passage of three farm bills in...
11 Dec, 2020
Sen exemplified how grounded struggles for feminist change and rich academic scholarship that...
16 Aug, 2020

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