social issues

The good and The bad

We often judge or categorise people on the basis of there caste, colour, creed, gender and nowadays even on the basis of their region. Since the ancient times people have categorised the society into multiple categories and worked according to it, it’s 2020 and people are still not able to […]

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Are Parents able to do Work From Home?

Consider a 35 year old woman staying with her husband, 37 and her two children – aged 3 and 6 in Bangalore. She works as Project Manager in a top multinational corporation. Her husband is also working as a Project Manager, though of another firm. One of their child, aged […]

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Juvenile Justice

In order to achieve the objectives of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child as ratified by India on 11 December 1992, the Juvenile Justice Act has been promulgated. The procedural guarantees applicable to children in conflict with the law are specified in this law. The current […]

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Hunger

According to Jayanta Mahapatra “hunger” is the expression of solitude. The poet in his poem “hunger” explores his memories about his life. And defines his loneliness and need for a […]

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The Fates of Chinese Uighur Muslims

Uighur (Uyghur) Muslims are among the oldest Turkic-speaking people mostly residing in the northwestern part of China, in Xinjiang. The main Uighur populated cities are Kashgar, Silk Road, and Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang. When China re-established control after crushing the short-lived state of East Turkestan, a large population of […]

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Marital Rape:Culture or Consent?

Patriarchy, often perceived as a “culture” by the Indian society, strives to be protected at all costs, even if that means to strip off the “vulnerable”, of their basic human rights. All concepts that threaten this so-called culture, are categorised as “western concepts”, and are further refused to be acknowledged. […]

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Paper Bag Day

What a newly discovered thing I have come across, Paper Bag day which is celebrated on the 12th of June, but did we really knew about this? We people only celebrate Valentine’s Day because that is the only day in the whole year which is very important to us. I […]

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Police Brutality: a socially accepted crime?

A “JUSTIFIED” CRIME : Police brutality is depicted as a method promoting the idea of “instant justice”. However, the concept of Quo Warranto (latin maxim for “by what authority”) comes into picture, considering the fact that it oversteps on the fundamental roles of courts or quite literally known as the […]

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Sanitary Napkins – Problems Of Usage In India

“Menstrual blood is the only source of blood that is not traumatically induced. Yet in modern society, this is the most hidden blood, the one so rarely spoken of and almost never seen, except privately by women.” – Judy Grahn Throughout our society there is a common lack of knowledge about […]

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