It seems that a room full of men cannot truly understand what safety for women entails.
What remains to be seen, of course, is the speedy and efficient implementation and maintenance.
Teesta and Javed are among the people who demonstrate why India has its claims to be a fair, humane and efficient conglomerate of people.
"There really isn't much evidence to show that CCTV surveillance deters crimes against women."
"Prabhu’s ministry intends to invest Rs. 856,020 crore ($137 billion) over the next five years to revamp the world’s most travelled railway network"
I realized GDP growth is one of those terms that we all talk about, but don't really seem to grasp the concept.
"Anything as small as a person commenting on Zomato could be booked under this act because it literally criminalises causing ‘annoyance’ online. "
We, the youth of West Bengal, do not gauge development in terms of commodious criterion like digitalization.
"Will the speed-racing to the top, riding on global players, in actuality uplift India as a whole or do the opposite?"
The question we must pose: Are we spending enough on education?
While the PM waxed eloquent on women’s safety in his Independence Day speech, his and his government’s true attitude to the same is self-evident.
Is India's central government so powerless to combat worsening air pollution that we need the US government and EPA to rescue us?
National Green Tribunal stayed two Central government-backed MoEF communications allowing linear projects to circumvent the Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980
The political drama finally ended in Bihar on 20th February when CM Jitan Ram Manjhi resigned from his post before facing the trust motion in the House.
India’s 7,500-km-long coastline is as vulnerable as it has ever been.
Many of the young aspirants, mostly belonging to the upper-castes, vent their anger, for this general rule of reservation.
Two and a half months is what it took for the country’s leader to awaken from a self induced slumber to take action and make a statement.
Some hilarious and satirical cartoons reflecting the uncharacteristic dominance of Kejriwal in the Delhi elections.
Historian and writer Ramachandra Guha talks about 'The idea of India', AAP, Right wing resurgence in India, and more.
The battle for supremacy in Bihar is truly exciting and intriguing.
The political maturity exhibited by the denizens of Delhi is something to cheer about.