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    Publications have right to free speech says Court, vacates gag order on #metoo linked stories on Mahesh Murthy

    Defendants have the right to free speech said the Delhi High Court in the case of MeToo allegations against venture capitalist Mahesh Murthy. The High Court vacated the gag order against publications reporting against Murthy, the founder of Pinstorm and partner at Seedfund. The order was passed by Justice Jayant Nath in a suit for...

    • 12 hrs ago
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    Have Strong Opinions? What Are You Doing About Them Apart From Armchair Activism?

    Back in the day, armchair activism was all about literally sitting down and preaching anyone who had the misfortune of being around. In the digital age, it's so much more – you can now preach to an even wider audience with minimal engagement while standing up, lying down, sitting upright or in a semi-reclining position. A note of caution though, try not to...

    • 12 hrs ago
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    Kerala Woman Moves Supreme Court Against Triple Talaq Law

    Noorbina Rasheed, a woman from Kerala, moved the Supreme Court against the criminalisation of the triple talaq practice on July 6, becoming the first Muslim woman to do so since the law came into effect in 2019. Her petition opposes the excessive nature of the triple talaq law, stating that it does not warrant the “protection of women” and is instead quite “detrimental” in nature....

    • 12 hrs ago
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    Anuja Patil: From Kolhapur to leading Maharashtra and representing India

    Indian Women's and Maharashtra state cricket team's all-rounder, Anuja Patil is today a household name owing to her on-field heroics and grit, but very few people know about her story of becoming who she is today. A small-town superstar as they would say, coming from a small Maharashtrian city-district of Kolhapur to sporting the blues for the nation, she has come...

    • 14 hrs ago
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    Being Married Is Not Her Only Dream, She Can Aspire To Be Independent Too

    It is a truth universally un-acknowledged, that a single woman also desires possession of a good fortune, and must not always be in want of a husband. ⁠- That is perhaps what Jane Austen might have wanted to say, but couldn't, given the restrictions placed on women during her time. The fight for liberation and empowerment has undoubtedly come a long way since. But...

    • 14 hrs ago
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    Sreedevi, Tribal Girl From Tamil Nadu For Whom Kerala Ran A Special Bus Scores 95%

    Sixteen-year-old C Sreedevi from a tribal settlement in Annamalai Tiger Reserve (ATR) became the first in her community to secure 95 percent in Class 10 board exams, the TOI reported. About a month ago, the Kerala government had arranged a special bus to help the girl, living in the forest area, reach the exam center. Sreedevi belongs to Poochukottamparai tribal...

    • 14 hrs ago
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    Start A Conversation With Men At Home, Break The Stigma Around THAT Time Of The Month

    I always wondered what made my siblings uncomfortable when the sanitary pad ads hit the television screen. Sometimes there would be an awkward silence, at times they would choose to change the channel or sometimes even opt to issue a new topic to cast a shadow on the unwarranted stigma. It was quite like a pinball game to ignore such practice but it later...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    This Book Talks About Rani Laxmibai's Eventful Teen Years Through A Fictional Diary: Excerpt

    'So, why does Tatya Dikshit want to meet me?' 'Why do you ask so many questions?' Maushi sounded exasperated as she applied kajal in my eyes. 'All you need to know is that he is here on an important mission that concerns Jhansi.' She continued parroting instructions that were to be followed. Don't run into the room....

    • 16 hrs ago
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    If A Girl Has To Ride 24 km To Attend School, We Should Be Enraged

    The perception of empowerment differs, depending on your conditioning, gender and even the kind of society that you inhabit. I am not talking about what is the right or incorrect definition of empowerment, but how an act that may seem empowering on the surface, may in fact be an action to find a way around systemic oppression, which shouldn't be there in the first place. A...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    WHO Acknowledges Evidential Claims That COVID-19 Is Airborne

    The World Health Organization on Tuesday acknowledged Scientists’ claim that novel coronavirus can be airborne. A total of 239 scientists from 32 countries opined based on evidence that viruses are released in the air as people talk, cough, or exhale, and the microdroplets remain aloft in air, posing a risk of transmission through the air. In fact, scientists are of the view that...

    • 18 hrs ago

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