SPOTLIGHT

Rohingya / Rahima Akter Hasn’t Stopped Dreaming, Even When She is Rohingya

Like lakhs of Rohingya people, Rahima Akter too is compelled to live the life of a...

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Reliving the Microcosm of India inside the University

In the summer of 2012, I applied for admission at Delhi University (DU). I had never...

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Protecting Antarctica beyond 2041: an interview with polar explorer Robert Swan

By Rhett Butler / Founder of Mongabay.com Explorer Robert Swan is the first person...

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NATGRID Access to Social Media Accounts: Safety or Breach of Privacy?

NATGRID is an ambitious counter terrorism programme, which utilises technologies like Big...

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 Inspiring Story/Schizophrenic in Mumbai: an Answer to the Indian Crisis

Standing on a busy Mumbai street, when Dr. Bharat Vatwani and his wife discovered how...

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Away from the Gunshots: An Effort to Educate Kashmiri Children in Kerala

Life at the Valley has been a constant struggle for a lot of Kashmiri families. The...

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Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Movement Enters 14th Consecutive Week

HONG KONG | The anti-extradition bill protest and pro-democracy movement are taking a...

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Assam NRC Excludes 19 Lakh People: What is the Fate of the ‘Stateless’?

ASSAM | The National Register of Citizens (NRC) final list of Assam was published on...

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How a century-old dispute between Japan and South Korea threatens the global supply of smartphones

Pushan Dutt, Professor of Economics, INSEAD Japan and South Korea are showing no...

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Latin America saw most murdered environmental defenders in 2018

BY YVETTE SIERRA PRAELI   TRANSLATED BY SARAH ENGEL It isn’t...

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