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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 →

A Tale of Two Bulldozers

By: Pranay SomayajulaPublished in: The NationDate: May, 2, 2022 A bulldozer demolishes an illegal structure during a joint anti-encroachment drive conducted by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation in the Jahangirpuri area. (Photo by Naveen Sharma / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images) Twitter feeds… Continue Reading →

A new climate change dictionary

April 25, 2022 Confused by all the jargon surrounding the current climate crisis? Here are some definitions you definitely won’t forget. by SHREYA ADHIKARI, TANAYA JAGTIANI 1. Climate fry-sis The combination of anger and exhaustion that hits when you read one more… 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 →

Church priest arrested in UP for raping minor Dalit girl

POSTED ON APRIL 25, 2022 A church priest was arrested on Sunday for allegedly raping an 11-year-old Dalit girl in Uttar Pradesh’s Baghpat district. The arrest came two days after the incident following which the victim’s mother lodged an FIR…. Continue Reading →

Dalit man forced to rub nose in own spit, human rights body seeks report

POSTED ON APRIL 25, 2022 Bhubaneswar/Kendrapara: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notice to the Odisha Government seeking report on the incident where a 32-year-old dalit man was allegedly forced to rub his nose on his own spit… Continue Reading →

Hate and Communal Violence: Changing Anatomy

Ram Puniyani Recently this year (Mid April 2022) the incidents on Ramnavami and then on Hanuman Jayanti were very disturbing to say the least. On Ramnavami, the major incidents which shook us were in Gujarat, Khambata and Himmat Nagar, in… Continue Reading →

Dalit History Month: The Cross of Social Justice

‘There is no let up on the crushing of the movement’  April is observed as Dalit History Month as the birth anniversaries of Dalit icons Babasaheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar, Jyotirao Phule and Sant Ram Udasi along with the death anniversary… 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 →

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