Amity Staff and Students Immune to Covid 19

The corona virus outbreak has been labeled a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). WHO chief Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the number of cases outside China had increased 13-fold in two weeks. He said he was “deeply concerned” by “alarming levels of inaction”. What is a pandemic? A pandemic is a disease that…

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Patriarchy, too deep rooted to uproot?

In simple words patriarchy can be explained as the dominance of man over woman. This is quite evidently present all over India. It can be witnessed in all spheres of life, be it political, economic or social. India has been a democracy since 1947, the constitution enshrines equal opportunities to all. However, reservations are provided…

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Backbone of protests- Women.

A very happy women’s day to all you ladies out there. Celebrate yourself, feel glad to be a woman. Women are an essential and equally important aspect in carrying forward the human race. Women spend all their lives serving different roles. It is high point that we start believing in the power of women. Contrary…

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INDIA, largest democracy of the world?

“What are we supposed to do? Where are we supposed to go?” A 20 year old, maybe even younger, Muslim girl asked Ravish Kumar while crying her eyes out and I had the honor to witness this man go speechless. This is when I realized how truly helpless we are today as a citizens of…

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Privilege, and what it means?

Delhi has seen 43 deaths till now, and regardless of their religion, I mourn for all. Regardless of their religion and their belief system and whether they wanted to be used a political tool, they’re. I mourn for all of them, because you know what, what else can I do? I publish news and I’m…

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CAPITAL punishment, an endless debate.

The debate on capital punishments is endless, and logically so, because it ultimately legalises the act of killing in the name of justice whether to instill fear or to satisfy the “collective conscious” of the society. The statistics around the world make us question it’s effectiveness and raises concerns about it’s inherent dismissive nature as…

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Is Reservation System Still Relevant in India?

As per article 46 of the Indian constitution, the state has all rights to promote and foster the scheduled castes, tribes and weaker sections in the field of economy and education. Right after independence, it was necessary to introduce reservations based on caste and tribes because of the endless atrocities against them. These groups of…

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Ravish Kumar: Star Journalist gets Masaysay Award

“Sometimes resistance is not a matter of choice. Not all battles are fought for victory – some are fought to tell the world that someone was there on the battlefield,” said Ravish Kumar while receiving Ramon Magsaysay Award on September 9, 2019, in Manila, Philippines.Born in Jitwarpur village in Bihar, graduated from the Deshbandhu College…

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377 struggles after 377!

September 6th marks the one-year anniversary of Section 377 being struck down by the Indian Supreme Court and decriminalising consensual same sex relationships.The verdict has a long history and struggle and hardwork of people from the community behind it. In 2009, Delhi High Court decided to strike down section 377, saying it violates the fundamental…

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Kashmir: A lock-down.

It’s been over a month since Jammu and Kashmir’s special status was abdicated. Since then the state, which now is going to be divided into two parts and get the status of union territories (Jammu & Kashmir, and Ladakh). While the withdrawal of Section 370 was requested and protested for since long, and has been…

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