'Free Basics' violates net neutrality - IIT and IISc Faculty explain how and urge TRAI to take a stand against it.
Drought, malnutrition, illiteracy still pose as major obstacles in India's path to development.
Beyond paid maternity leave in the private sector, measures will have to be initiated to prevent further discrimination when it comes to hiring.
The age-old HIV-AIDS stigma still lingers in our society thirty years after the first cases were diagnosed.
The Supreme Court has upheld Kerala's new policy of issuing bar licenses only to five-star hotels.
Nearly 150 youth in the country are under the surveillance of security agencies for their alleged leanings towards ISIS.
Farmers in India have neither proper infrastructure nor the government’s support. They are continuously struggling for survival.
Back in 2009, the Bombay High Court had lambasted the functioning of these schools as “pathetic.”
As a result of gender biases operating in favor of men, women in India continue to face discrimination in terms of schooling, job opportunity, healthcare.
What every exquisite cup of tea fails to narrate is the plight and agony of those workers who have been heavily exploited and marginalized for generations.
Under 25 Summit is India’s largest youth festival that has pretty much the biggest congregations of the youth from across the country.
Environmental activist Alok Shukla said the project would create health complications and "destroy" agriculture
When Rajya Sabha passed the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Bill, 2015, it came as a blow to the child rights activists across the country.
The new Juvenile Justice Bill has created a furore and it was not unexpected. It does not seem to please anyone in particular and in that lies its worth.
The fight for net neutrality continues, as Vishal Dadlani speaks up as well.
What was the intolerance debate that roiled India this year about?
Nobody is denying that the incredible India is an incredibly tolerant nation.
Savetheinternet.in has compiled the following 10 facts about Free Basics by Facebook that should give you a clearer idea about what it is trying to promote.
Surjit Kumar Jyani was quoted as saying that he does not consider alcohol an intoxicant because "the government gives licences for manufacturing liquor."
A successful public transport system is not only crucial for addressing the growing congestion and pollution, but also for ensuring safer commute.
In our efforts to keep it all "hush hush", we forget to take proper care of this organ, which might lead to various diseases and complications.
Is it the media which sets the popular discourse of our country? Or is the media just feeding the people with what they want?