SOCIETY

Political Indifference, Lack of Policy Outreach and India’s Migrant Class

Whether the government had any plan or framework for full-fledged lockdown in times of...

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The Need to Revive the Lost Art of Sharing and Caring as India’s Poor Bears the Brunt of the Lockdown

It is high time that we begin to show some sensitivity and concern for the millions of...

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Asia’s Largest Slum Dharavi as a Coronavirus Hotspot and the Impracticality of Practicing Social Distancing

Is social distancing even a remote possibility in India’s largest slum Dharavi? With...

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Why self-determination is vital for Indigenous communities to beat coronavirus

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people know very well the challenges of dealing...

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Madhya Pradesh’s Sahariya Community and the Loss of Livelihood Amid Lockdown

The lockdown has brought about unprecedented hardships for the people belonging to the...

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The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Beginning of a New World Order

As they say, ‘Every dark cloud has a silver lining.’ When the coronavirus hit the...

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Nigeria’s Baby Factories and the Complex Web of Human Trafficking in Africa

The prevalence of ‘Baby Factories’ is common in Nigeria especially in its...

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Absence of human presence impacting monkey behaviour in Ayodhya

Twenty-nine-year-old Rohit Sharma recalls growing up with monkeys in Ayodhya, the famous...

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Victimising in Times of Coronavirus: Trends Towards Sustained Discrimination Against People from Northeastern States

We all know that like the rest of the world, India is also going through one of the worst...

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Poverty or Coronavirus: Which is a Bigger Threat to Workers in Tamil Nadu’s Tea Estates?

The ongoing nationwide lockdown has really brought about unprecedented hardships for...

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