Human Rights

Consent and its Consequence

Rape and child protection laws seem to have differing notions about consent and marriage- according to our existing rules, sex with a woman under the age of 18 is a crimina...

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The Lack of the Land

We may be the 4th fastest growing economy in the world, but something as basic as food is still a source of worry for a majority of our people.

A survey by the Nati...

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Conversations from Khyber

Two Women and a Camera is a fantastic documentary filmed by Madiha Chaudary and Nazish Sajjad from Pakistan; yet, the story behind its making is as good as a scrip...

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The Laws and the Loopholes

A new video by YouTube channel Vitamin Stree talks about how India co...

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Modern-Day Slavery

The National Crime Agency of the UK reports revealed that a subtle form of slavery is rampant across the country even today, and is ‘far more prevalent than thought e...

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Hard hats and Chappals

Construction is the second largest economic activity in India after agriculture. The Indian construction industry employs over 35 million people and creates assets worth ov...

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The hills, they are burning elsewhere too…

Can you imagine a world without any shops or cars? Where the streets are empty except when a herd of people shouting slogans pass by the town square twice every day. A shor...

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Gender equality at Workplace - more than just a moral Issue

Apart from the “human rights” aspect to gender equality at work, recent studies also suggest there being a beneficial financial and economic advantage by having...

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Feminism in 21st Century: All Bark and No Bite?

A voyage back in time to the most revolutionary day unearths a story of its kind:  The Women’s Rights Convention held in 1848 painted an immediate change- women ...

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About Time: A Need To Quell Victimising Child Artistes

The drama realm of the Indian cinema and the reality shows have long been churning out massive profits plus harboring TRPs and a dedicated viewership owing to the child art...

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The State - Unflinching Drama on the IS death cult.

Somehow, we all agree to have squandered our hours away facebooking, but some people ...

September 18 2017

The Price we pay for ‘The Love of Chocolate’

Reporters have travelled across Ivory Coast where the main cocoa plantation business ...

September 18 2017

Om Shanti Om – What do the Millennials Say?

Youth not so inclined to bhajans and spiritual songs has been a problem for ages. But...

September 18 2017