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Facebook deep web

[Y]ral: What Is The ‘Dark Web’, And Why Is Facebook There?

By Akhil Kumar: Late last year, Facebook unveiled a dedicated URL for the Deep Web that can only be accessed through the TOR browser. What is the ‘Deep Web‘, and ...
abortion in india video

[Y]ral: ‘What Do You Think Of Abortion?’ – We Asked A Few People, And This Is What They Had To Say

By Kanika Katyal: “Abortion is murder.” “Only selfish women have an abortion.” “Abortion is used as birth control.” “Women who have an abortion regret it later.” For many people, an ...
Indian power

[Y]ral: In Under 4 Minutes, This Video Explains Just How Powerful India Is

By Shinjini Devbarman: India ranks fourth on the strongest military powers in the world. It is also one of the fastest growing economies in the word, and has become a force ...
saudi arabia beheading

[Y]ral: With Over 100 Beheadings Already This Year, Saudi Arabia Is About To Set A Shameful Record

By Bhanvi Satija: In Saudi Arabia, it seems, justice is being equated with decapitation. The country is on pace to break its record for the number of people beheaded in ...
Yulin dog meat festival

By Nishtha Relan: In China, the residents of Yulin follow a tradition of celebrating the Yulin Dog Festival annually, where they slaughter about 10,000 dogs and cats to consume as food. ...
marriage equality video

By Lamya Ibrahim: Grab your handkerchiefs folks, this is going to be an emotional one. The US Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex marriage is a Constitutional right, led to a ...
liberation in hijab

By Sanskriti Pandey: Clothing has always been one of the most passionately debated topics in context of women’s freedom of choice. Consider a simple yet probably the most controversial items ...
safety of video calls

By Sanskriti Pandey: While we don’t realise the potential of technology to invade into our personal space, the webcam on our laptops or the camera on our phones leave us ...
John Oliver on the confederate flag

By Anisha Padma: John Oliver opened his show, Last Week Tonight, with the terrorist attack on Charleston’s Emanuel AME church that killed nine people. This attack is one of many ...
poem on depression

By Sanskriti Pandey: It comes unannounced, greets you like an old nemesis, and then consumes you whole. Depression is perhaps one of the most terrifying of disorders to affect people. ...
father's day video

By PV Durga: It’s the children’s turn this time to face the lie-detector test, with their Dads grilling them this time! If “Ma Kasam” was your ultimate lie detector test ...
matrimony India

By Lamya Ibrahim: Brokers. Horoscopes. Dowry. If you thought you knew all there is to know about weddings in India, think again. Veering away from carefully-worded ads and constant reminders from ...
mohalla assi

By Rishvik Chanda: Many fear the demise of Indian culture and see modernization and westernization as the villains. Religion is a very important part of Indian society, and therefore a ...
AAP TV ad

By Shambhavi Saxena: Need tips on how to make an ad campaign? The Aam Aadmi Party’s latest video is exactly what not to do. HuffPost India has already identified the ...
Image Credit: VIdeo Volunteers

By Video Volunteers: Having a baby in a remote village of eastern Bihar in India means being pregnant with anxiety and a sense of helplessness. Without access access to health ...
my first period

By Shreya Bhattacharya: Women menstruate. It’s a natural, biological fact. However, society attaches wider connotations to the process of menstruation, all of them negative. Menstruation is often made to be ...
homosexulaity ancient india

By Kanika Katyal: Would you believe me if I told you that the labelling of certain lifestyles as ‘taboo’ is a product of the modern society? India has always been ...
menstruation slam poetry

By Kanika Katyal: The girl who kicked Yo Yo Honey Singh’s misogynistic ass is back to debunk all your menstruation myths. Remember ‘those wonder years’ when puberty first hit you and ...
shailesh gupta FTII film

By Abhishek Jha: The reconstitution of the governing council of Film and Television Institute of India, Pune saw protests and a strike by students starting Friday. The contention arose due ...
chimamanda talk feminism

By Pamela Eapen: Chimamanda Adichie Ngozi has long been lauded for her captivating writing and powerful speeches on human nature, the effects of politics on people, and feminism. Her TEDx ...
happily ever after short film

By Sanskriti Pandey: Indian weddings are a beautiful affair. So is marriage, for many. But what’s not beautiful is that the typical Indian heterosexual marriage presumes that a docile woman ...
pedigree ad racism

By Sanskriti Pandey: Advertisements are increasingly becoming bold in their choice to let their stand on an issue become a selling point. Harping on that latest trend, this Pedigree ad ...
red label ad

By Sanskriti Pandey: There’s something cruel about a good cause gone wrong. Often, when the narrative fails to represent an issue correctly, it ends up taking a few steps back ...
kids speak out

By Sanskriti Pandey: Last month, I shared an interesting video where kids opined on ‘religion’ and reminded us of impressionable minds that were slowly but surely forming their own beliefs ...
slap her India

By Shambhavi Saxena: Given the chance, would you slap a girl? Perhaps it’s unfair to ask this now, of a reader I presume is level-headed, not mid-conflict, emotions in check, ...
Nokia ringtone original

By Sanskriti Pandey: Ever since it first chimed into our lives as the call for conversation, the instantly recognisable Nokia ringtone has travelled generations all the way to today! Face ...

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