0 Shares | Jan 22, 2018
Book Review: The Grip of Change
Dalit women face triple oppression in the form of caste, class and gender which keeps them at the bottom most position in the pyramid of power hierarchy. This power dynamics and oppression faced by them is...Read more
4 Shares | Dec 18, 2017
Winning the Race with Time?
On 10th December, 1936, King Edward VIII had to abdicate the British throne because he married Wallis Simpson, a divorced American woman into the Royal British Family. The fact that Simpson was still...Read more
5 Shares | Nov 30, 2017
Witch-Hunting: A Gendered Struggle - Part 2
In the previous article we saw the reasons as to why women are made targets for witch hunting practices. Now, let us try to understand why the situation has not changed since 70 years of being a democracy....Read more
7 Shares | Nov 27, 2017
Witch-Hunting: A Gendered Struggle - Part 1
As per the Cambridge Dictionary, witchcraft is the activity of performing magic to help or harm other people. Witch-hunting, on the other hand is defined as an attempt to find and punish people who are being...Read more
24 Shares | Sep 25, 2017
BULLET TRAIN or BULLOCK CART
The much anticipated Modi-Abe summit has finally concluded, and as expected, a multitudeof achievements drawn from the summit have occupied a large section of pages in thenewspapers. The most prominent being...Read more
2 Shares | Sep 23, 2017
How Liberal is Digital India?
The previous century witnessed the India that travelled from being colonial to sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic and republic, if not in practice at least in the Indian preamble. This...Read more
0 Shares | Aug 24, 2017
DOES TECHNOLOGY JUXTAPOSE PROGRESS?
According to research scholars, middle class income of the west has been on a steady decline since the 70s. This has a direct correlation with the onset of digital revolution; the number of workers laid off...Read more