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    If India’s Strength is its Diversity, Why Are We Nurturing the Young Generation in...

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    A responsibility towards the nurturance of socio-cultural diversity and equity is the cornerstone of true love for the nation, why are we bringing up children in a milieu of hate and disrespect for other communities?

    Industrialisation, Neo-liberalism and the Pandemic as an Occasion for Urgent Critical Reflection

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    The unsustainable patterns of modernist development and a relentless emphasis on reckless industrialisation has compelled us to rethink the occurrence of pandemics and their connection to how we live, think and relate as a society.

    My Upper Caste Upbringing and My Critical Engagement With Problematic Brahminism and Issues of...

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    This article takes us on an engaging personal anecdote wherein the author shares episodes from her own life in an upper caste household and her critical reflections on the questions of caste and hierarchy.

    The Case Against Rhea Chakraborty: A Cocktail of Toxic Patriarchy, Drug Abuse and Mental...

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    The Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case has been reduced into a toxic media trial of Rhea Chakraborty, but can we talk of the pertinent questions outside the rhetoric?
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    Gender Insensitivity and Sexism are Ingrained in Indian Socialisation Practices, Can Education Change it?

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    From socialisation to school curriculum, from taboos on sex associated discussions to engaging cross gender interactions, the issues of masculinity and femininity need to be probed into.

    Cultivating Peace, Dialogue and Justice Through Education

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    An important goals of education is to lay the foundation for a society based on equality, peace and justice.

    Daughters of Negligence: Domestic Workers and the Apathy of the Urban Middle Class Amid...

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    Financial strains and social boycott have deepened the crisis faced by domestic workers, what accounts for their negligence despite their vital significance?

    Education and its Emancipatory Role Towards Building a Society Premised on Justice

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    Education has to play a very significant role in building a society premised on the ethos of equality and justice.

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

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    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.

    Democracy and the Question of Viable Participation in a Pandemic Hit Indian Economy

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    This article looks at the various economic and structural issues facing India in a coronavirus hit world and possible potentials for the resurgence of a democratic voice.

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