Saturday, August 15, 2020


    Will NEP’s Decision to End Compartmentalisation of Education into Science, Commerce and Humanities Change...

    Breaking free of an obsession with compartmentalisation of knowledge systems, the NEP 2020 allows for a multidisciplinary, flexible and creative approach to learning in Indian schools.

    Celebrating the Monsoons Over Cups of Tea & Loads of Togetherness

    Endless conversations over tea, unconditional moments of exchange and the willingness to come together, the monsoons are indeed a celebratory season.

    Lessons on coexistence with the environment from two tribal districts in Odisha

    In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, various voices call for a change in human behaviour towards ecosystems and biodiversity and strengthen conservation.

    Community/ The Quarantine as an Opportunity to Reflect on the Self

    The coronavirus pandemic has opened the windows for reflection and contemplation, and made us revisit all that we took for granted.

    Community/The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Debate Around Work and Play

    A young scholar looks at his own life before and during the pandemic in this engaging commentary

    Tell Us, How You are Celebrating the Onset of the Monsoons

    Most parts of the country have already experienced the onset the monsoons, how is the weather in your part of the country and how are you preparing to enjoy the coming of the rains? Share your experiences, stories and photographs
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    LGBTQ RIGHTS/ When Will India’s Sexual Minorities Get the Dignity They Deserve?

    Despite having scrapped the draconian Article 377 and extended legal protection to members of the LGBTQ community, India still has a long way to go before it become a truly egalitarian and empowering force for the community and the sexual minorities begin to truly enjoy the perks of equal citizenship.

    How Mumbai’s poorest neighbourhood is battling to keep coronavirus at bay

    More than a month before the Indian government imposed a national lockdown, Shivaji Nagar residents, supported by the NGO Apnalaya, adopted their own measures to counter the pandemic.

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

    Hyper-consumption, lack of political will and unfair distribution of resources has made the Indian poor and the migrant class the worst sufferers of the financial crunch amid the lockdown.

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