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Sunil Shanbag: A Theatre Yatra! Part 2

Aparajita Krishna continues telling the story of Sunil Shanbag from where she left it in Part 1

ONE WORLD: International Queer Film Festival

The festival organized by The Humsafar Trust will showcase the best of American queer films, reports The Daily Eye News Desk Read More

From Activism to Slacktivism

Amit Khanna writes that even as hundreds of millions wake up to a good morning message from friends and family, an equal if no...

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Some dope on pot: It’s Hazy

Vinta Nanda collates information from available materials on the web for us to find out what Bhang, Charas and Ganja mean to I...

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Labour, Rights, Disaster and Capitalism

The global pandemic crisis gripping the world currently has claimed over a quarter of a million lives. It has decimated livelihoods and incomes...

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The Exodus

As desperation and frustration increases amongst workers trapped in the city with no work and no money, they attempt to escape in whichever way...

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Sweden is Country in Focus at KASHISH 2019, South Asia’s largest LGBTQ film festival

KASHISH 2019 to screen 9 Swedish LGBTQ films and also launch music album ‘Rainbow Riots India’

Colombian River Gains Legal Rights

Another river has won legal rights. In a landmark verdict, Colombia’s Constitutional Court has recognized the Atrato River basin as having rights to “protection...

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They're Not Seen As Human Beings: Life For Unmarried Mothers In Tunisia

Tunisia is often hailed as a progressive Arab country, where, according to US human rights watchdog Freedom House, “women enjoy more social freedoms and legal rights ...

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What If Nature, Like Corporations, Had The Rights Of A Person?

In recent years, the US supreme court has solidified the concept of corporate personhood. Following rulings in such cases as Hobby Lobb...

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