The lapse of the bill has been disappointing, so the fresh legislation is being eagerly awaited so that the immediate need of the hour is met with.
Comparing Housewives To Donkeys: Horrifying Extracts From Textbooks That Our Children Read In Schools
“A donkey is like a housewife. It has to toil all day, and, like her, may even have to give up food and water", says a textbook
There are fans waiting eagerly for the release of the novel and haters creating a hue and cry about the same.
As many as 44000 children are reported missing every year in India
I call it a masterpiece, a distinct work of fiction that unites the digitized, scientific, rational world with the idyllic passionate cosmos.
Heard the tale of “the monkey and the cap seller”? Just a few days ago, the New Delhi Municipal Council took this tale up to another level.
“Would they (prostitutes) ask for money (to be photographed)? They never did before.”
How Maryam Mirzakhani Broke Age Old Gender Barriers: The First Woman To Win Nobel Prize In Mathematics
In the 80 years of its extant, Maryam Mirzakhani is the first woman mathematician to win the Fields Medal.
With austerity and anti-poor politics ruling the mainstream discourse, social protection is either vanishing or becoming abysmally low in quantum
More than 62% of government schools in the Meghalaya either have toilets missing or dysfunctional.
As long as act of trolling doesn't come with some serious consequences and people are held responsible for it, this problem cannot be contained.
The onus is on the Supreme Court and the Government of India to take severe measures in order to curb this unlawful and dishonest practice.
In the boiling cauldron full of conflict, the region of Kashmir has always been a highly politicised issue for decades now.
What has been done so far to increase the privacy security measures in the whole Aadhar process?