Sunday, March 7, 2021

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    Supreme Court Urges Centre to Provide Food and Financial Aid to Indian Sex Workers

    The pandemic has left sex workers in India with little or no sources of livelihood, the SC’s directive to provide them financial and food based aid may prove to be a respite in these thing times.

    Walls of Poverty & Marginalisation Weaken Women’s Voice in Pandemic Governed Economy

    Poverty and marginalisation have pushed women into deeper dens of exploitation and voicelessness amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    India’s Coronavirus Lockdown and My Musings on the Good, Bad and the Ugly of...

    The lockdown has meant different things to people across the spectrum but for every sensitive mind, it has meant an opportunity to contemplate on the complexities of existence itself.
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    COVID-19 Has Paved Way for a Heightened Threat of Reverse Migration

    With towns and cities drying up of employment amid the pandemic, reverse migration has made its arrival clear before authorities.

    West Bengal Opts For Seven-Day Strict Lockdown in Containment Zones

    Despite being one of the first states to ease lockdown restrictions, CM Mamata Banerjee has now announced a lockdown for seven days in containment zones.

    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.

    Watch | No Masks and Physical Distancing at Mumbai’s Juhu Beach?

    People talk about crowd on US beaches. This is state of Juhu beach just now. We just planned to go for a stroll but seeing...

    Father-Son Die in Policy Custody After Violating Lockdown Norms in Tamil Nadu

    Outrage is growing over the custodial deaths of a father and son in the state of Tamil Nadu after they allegedly violated lockdown norms.
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    Dear Migrant Workers, We Have Disappointed You Once Again

    There is an urgent need to recognise and acknowledge the gravity of the migrant crisis and draw on the critical lessons that we have learnt about them amid the lockdown. This alone will help us build a sound and effective post lockdown strategy. 

    Over 800 ASI Monuments Having Places of Worship to Open from June 8

    Along with malls and places of worship, the culture ministry has decided to open over 800 ASI monuments having places of worship inside their premises from June 8.

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