Sunday, June 26, 2022

Tag: STRUGGLE

TRIBUTE/ Remembering Paul Robeson: A Singer-Activist Who Saw Peace as Our Most Sacred Responsibility

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“We must join the tens of millions all over the world who see in peace our most sacred responsibility.” - Paul Robeson  Today is indeed a...

Studentship, Bureaucratic Restrictions and Freedom in the University

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There are no rights without responsibilities. There is no freedom without consciousness. There is no protest without honesty.

Feminism Needs Critical Engagement, and We Lack the Patience for It

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The author reflects on the contemporary feminist discourse and brings to light some of his own dilemmas on such a debate.

Women’s Day / Women are winning over the World despite the Odds

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Women’s Day/ As we commemorate Women’s Day and salute the strong spirit of women across the world, we share a few positive stories from all around the world.

India’s E-Commerce Lifeline: Delivery Boys and Their Life-story

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FROM THE FIELD E-commerce websites offer ease of buying to customers but how do they treat their ‘lifeline’ delivery boys?

Why the Feminist Struggle Belongs to Men Too

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Sexual violence, prejudice and the denial of basic rights to women are all reflections of the regressive patriarchal mind-set. Should the feminist struggle belong only to women? Rashi Dubey

A JNU Professor’s Frightening Dream

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PERSPECTIVE Is the dream becoming real? Here is a piece - written with intense pain and sensitivity - that makes us think about the state of higher education in the country. Avijit Pathak

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