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    How the Hathras Horror is Pushing More and More Dalits to Convert to Buddhism

    A spate of horrific caste-based crimes, most notably the rape and murder of a Dalit woman in UP's Hathras, and the murder of a Dalit activist in Gujarat, may have gone unnoticed by those in power, but have clearly angered those from the Valmiki community. Last week, as many as 236 members of the community in the Karera village of Ghaziabad decided they had had...

    • 33 min ago
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    Meet Kavita Arora & Ankita Khanna, the Couple Fighting to Have Same-Sex Marriage Recognised

    India's LGBTQ citizens could witness a great leap forward in their quest for equal rights due to two petitions filed in the Delhi High Court. Two same-sex couples have filed petitions seeking to have same-sex marriages recognised and granted the same rights as opposite-sex marriages under the Special Marriage Act and the Foreign Marriage Act. The two...

    • an hour ago
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    16 Pregnancies in 45 Years: Tragic Death of MP Woman is a Comment on Our Health Awareness

    Access to adequate healthcare and knowledge remains an acute problem in many parts of India. With health infrastructure still trying to catch up with demand and conversations around certain health issues remaining muted, it has often led to heartbreaking consequences for families. That was the case with Sukhrani Ahirwar from Madhya Pradesh, who died during...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    It's Not a Bugatti, It's Not a Ferrari. This is the Fastest Car on Earth

    Motorheads rejoice, because the world has a new fastest car. Earlier this week, a supercar owned by an obscure American automaker broke all records when it posted an average speed of a flabbergasting 508 km/hr on a 11 kilometre stretch of road. The SSC Tuatara hypercar, as it is called, went on to officially be termed the fastest vehicle in the world, after it sped past...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Does India Need a Women's Panel Chief Who Believes in "Love Jihad"?

    The National Commission for Women probably has a lot on its plate, considering crimes against women have been on the rise during the last few months of lockdown. Instead, however, the group's chairperson, Rekha Sharma has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Sharma has sparked off a massive debate after she met with Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari...

    • 5 hrs ago
  • Social Commentary

    Trolling Goes Too Far, Again: Rape Threats to Vijay Sethupathi's Daughter Over Muralitharan Biopic

    The announcement of a biopic on legendary off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan last week, got cricket fans as well as cinema buffs buzzing. Who wouldn't want to watch the legend's incredible life portrayed on screen? However, politics and a targeted hate campaign followed, directed at actor Vijay Sethupathi, and the actor has now decided to...

    • 20 hrs ago
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    Why Has a Cartoon Posted by Former Kathua Lawyer Deepika Rajawat on the Plight of Indian Women Offended Twitter?

    It's only been a few days since the Tanishq ad controversy died down, and already social media trolls have found another post offensive to their religion. The offender in this case is Deepika Sigh Rajawat, a senior lawyer from J&K, who shared a cartoon commenting on how women are treated before and after Navarati in our...

    • 23 hrs ago
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    Manual Scavenging is India's Greatest Shame. In 2020, People Continue to Die in Septic Tanks

    This Sunday, the lives of two sanitation workers, or manual scavengers, were lost after they were hired to clean a waste tank at a gold factory in Delhi. Both victims, aged 45, died after entering a tank full of industrial waste at the factory without protective gear like a mask, safety belt, and boots. Three of the workers who entered the tank lost...

    • 24 hrs ago
  • News

    Manual Scavenging is India's Greatest Shame. In 2020, People Continue to Die Septic Tanks

    This Sunday, the lives of two sanitation workers, or manual scavengers, were lost after they were hired to clean a waste tank at a gold factory in Delhi. Both victims, aged 45, died after entering a tank full of industrial waste at the factory without protective gear like a mask, safety belt, and boots. Three of the workers who entered the tank lost...

    • 24 hrs ago
  • Sports

    Happy Birthday, Viru Paaji and Thank You for Bringing Some Comic Relief to the Commentary Box

    It's been a few years since Virender Sehwag retired from cricket. When Sehwag came out to bat, he always had a smile on his face. He played on the front foot and was always willing to have a go. A thorough entertainer, if there ever was one. After retirement, Viru graced the commentary box with the same enthusiasm and simplified approach. On his...

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