India the world’s vaccine producer

While the vaccine race has turned into a war and every other media outlet is talking about where India stands in the race, I’m going to pursue this with a different approach. Amidst the vaccine race India has caught the eye of all by securing the place as the vaccine mass producer. One out of…

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Jayaraj and Fenix: The inhumanity of a Custodial Murder

Firstly, I’d like to address this that I’m too conscious of writing this article, since even my principles and opinions have diametrically changed while researching on this topic, and writing this. And only because of that, I hope to not deter asking questions that are too harsh for our conditioned minds, and stand to plead…

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“But what about men?”; Of patriarchy, men and women.

Lately, Social media has become a battle field of ideologies and whenideologies clash, hate is inevitable. Because everyone is so sure about their opinions that the mere idea of accepting that one could be wrong seems preposterous and feminism is our most favorite topic. I, as a feminist had the misfortune of getting into a…

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Ajay Pandita’s death: COMPLETE ANALYSIS

Ajay Pandita, a village chief in Jammu and Kashmir, was shot dead by suspected militants in Anantnag district on 8 June, 2020. His father had reported that he heard gunshots at 5 in the evening, and ran to see his son covered in a pool of blood. He remembered that he had heard his daughter…

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Atma-nirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan

On 12thMay, 2020 the Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced an economic stimulus package of 20 lakh crore, which makes 10% of the country’s GDP, with an aim to deal with the negative impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the Economy and putting India on the path of becoming Self-reliant. The details of the package were…

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Mental Health amidst a Pandemic

Things haven’t been great lately; my anxiety levels are skyrocketing and my productivity level is touching sea bed. My heart is always pounding, I have no clue where life is going. Life has become that episode of Vampire Diaries where Damon and Bonnie are stuck in a prison world and the same day keeps repeating….

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A Tragedy to remember!

Imagine this, you’re a labourer in the economic capital of the world, and you’re surviving on bare minimum, you are not given enough awareness about ration cards and you’re not in a condition to own even a small tent-like home, and now you’re hit with the pandemic that has not left even the fierce, so…

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Hydropower Project in Dibang Valley will cost 2.7 Lakh Trees

 On April 23, the Forest Advisory Committee (FAC) virtually reviewed the controversial 3097 MW Etalin Hydroelectric Project that seeks to divert 1150.08 hectares of land. The project would result in felling over 2.7 lakh trees in the biodiversity-rich Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh. Public pressure has been mounting against the project, with concerned citizens sending emails…

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Boy commits suicide | Shouldn’t have happened

A class 12 student allegedly committed suicide in Gurugram’s residential condominium by jumping from the balcony of his flat. IANs has reported that he jumped from the 11th floor of the building. As per a report in the Hindustan Times, he was accused by a girl of molestation on social media, the police said. He was named in a…

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Role of household in Gender roles

The famous American journalist Gloria Steinem said, “We’ve begun to raise daughters more like sons… but few have the courage to raise our sons more like our daughters.”What is the meaning of ‘being raised like a son’ or being ‘raised like a daughter’? This question forms the grassroot of what we term as “gender identity”…

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