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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 →

Monica Lewinsky’s Verdict on the Johnny Depp- Amber Heard Trial – We all are Guilty

Courtroom porn and social media have turned innocent bystanders into a mass of mudslingers. By Monica LewinskyMay 31, 2022 Photos from Getty Images.  Unless you’re a troglodyte, you’ve been exposed to something about the Depp v. Heard trial in the… 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 →

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 →

‘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 →

Kashmir Journalists Face Forbidding Pattern: Arrest, Bail, Rearrest

Suhasini Raj The practice, employed against at least three journalists in the restive region, is being used to limit free speech and chill news reporting, activists say. April 16, 2022 After being held in jail for close to four years… Continue Reading →

The Origins of the Ukraine Crisis and the Need for Collective Security between Russia and the West

11 Apr 2022 Tom Sauer Abstract 2 Oct 2016 – The relationship between major powers in the world determines the level of global stability. Two constellations are imaginable: balance of power and collective security. The end of major (world or cold)… Continue Reading →

Rights groups in Rajasthan demand ban on processions with abusive slogans

The People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), in a statement, has urged the Rajasthan government of Congress to take immediate disciplinary action be taken against a section of the Karauli district administration and police, regarding their crimes of omission and… Continue Reading →

David Sanders on being a health activist

David Sanders talks about his life as a health activist, the role of Primary Health Care for the Health for All agenda, and how neoliberalism obstructs possible advances in global healthApril 07, 2022 by David Sanders David Sanders (1944 – 2019) was one… Continue Reading →

Roots of Sri Lanka’s economic crisis

R. RAMAKUMAR Sri Lanka’s current economic crisis is rooted in its long dalliance with IMF-imposed conditionalities and has been aggravated by the Rajapakse government’s quixotic organic farming adventure. Without a course correction, more misery is in store for the country…. Continue Reading →

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