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Meet the Football Feminists Who Are Playing Against Patriarchy, One Kick At A Time

by- Shraddha g. It’s one thing to play a sport for recreational purposes, and another to turn it into an effective tool of resistance against patriarchy. Be it any sport, football, cricket, kabaddi or rugby, there is no escape from… Continue Reading →

My Website kractivist.org under Attack

Hi Friends You must have wondered where are my daily posts, My website is is under attack by some bots to take it down. There are some IPs attacking my server,distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack to keep it down. I am… Continue Reading →

A Tribute to Shireen Abu Akleh, a Journalistic Role Model

The murdered reporter was superbly professional, possessed a rare modesty and unshackled cultural restraints on Arab women Rasha Al AqeediRasha Al Aqeedi is the Middle East deputy editorMay 19, 2022 Where do girls in closed societies draw inspiration from when… Continue Reading →

Santoor Maestro Shivkumar Sharma Dies. “End Of An Era,” Says Amjad Ali Khan #RIP

Pt Shiv Kumar Sharma Dies: A Padma Vibhushan recipient, Shivkumar Sharma was born in Jammu in 1938 and is believed to be the first musician to have played Indian classical music on the santoor, a folk instrument from Jammu and… Continue Reading →

A Bleak Week for Rights in the UK

Eroding Civil Liberties Against Backdrop of Falling Living Standards Will Cause Harm Kartik RajResearcher, Western Europe To say the United Kingdom government was busy over the past week would be a classic British understatement. It steamrolled through parliament four separate… Continue Reading →

‘How justice and Constitution were bulldozed in Khargone’: Mihir Desai

One hopes that Madhya Pradesh’s higher judiciary or the Supreme Court stops the government from becoming the judge, the jury and the executioner. If that is not done, we will be heading down a dangerous path The Indian Constitution recognises… Continue Reading →

How did we go from eat-and-let-eat to the age of high-pitched food battles?

April 17, 2022, 10:12 AM IST Sandip Roy Radio host, novelist and commentator Sandip Roy is the author of Don’t Let Him Know. However, his columns are all about letting people know his myriad opinions. When I was a graduate student… Continue Reading →

Application Process Begins For 26.50 Lakh Pre-Matric Scholarships For Scheduled Caste Students

Posted On April 17, 2022 Pre-Matric Scholarship, a centrally sponsored scheme, is made for the scheduled caste students studying in Class 9 and 10. Written By Debika Chakraborty Education  New Delhi: The application process of the Department of Social Justice… Continue Reading →

Jai Bhim: My Judgements in the Light of Ambedkar

On November 2, 2021, the most popular term in Wikipedia searches worldwide was Jai Bhim.Justice K Chandru 15 Apr 2022 Image courtesy LeftWord On November 2, 2021, the most popular term in Wikipedia searches worldwide was Jai Bhim: this accompanied the release of the eponymous Tamil… Continue Reading →

Child marriage in Bihar: Why does it persist?

More than two out of five girls are married early in Bihar. Here are some reasons why child marriage remains prevalent in the state and some ways to discourage it. by ANAMIKA PRIYADARSHINI, DEVAKI SINGH, MADHU JOSHI, SASWATA GHOSH Marriage in adolescence denies young… Continue Reading →

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