Culture and History

India’s Pro-Choice Struggle

“No woman can call herself free until she can choose consciously whether she will or will not be a mother.” Margaret Sanger What is ABORTION? Abortion refers to the termination of pregnancy by the removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus. It is also referred to as termination of […]

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What is Considered Rape?

“Silence does not mean yes. No can be thought and felt but never said. It can be screamed silently on the inside. It can be in the wordless stone of a clenched fist, fingernails digging into palm. Her lips sealed. Her eyes closed. His body just taking, never asking, never […]

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IS ASTROLOGY A MYTH OR FACT?

Astrology is the study of the movements of the planets, sun, moon, and stars in the belief that these movements can have an influence on people’s lives. Astrology originated in Babylon far back in antiquity, with the Babylonians developing their own form of horoscopes around 2,400 years ago. Then around 2,100 years ago, astrology spread to the eastern Mediterranean, becoming popular in […]

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)

“The rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.” John F. Kennedy One week after World War II began, Herbert George Wells, wrote to the Times of London, with “What are we fighting for?” The science fiction writer answered his own questions with, “The […]

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We Need Empathy not Apathy

“Apathy. What’s hard to understand? They don’t care. Not until it affects them.” Donna Lynn Hope For the first few months as an amateur liberal feminist, I responded to offensive comments and sly remarks with, “Would you still feel the same way if it was someone you knew?” I would […]

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Energy conservation

Energy conservation refers to the efforts made to reduce the consumption of energy. The energy on Earth is not in unlimited supply. Furthermore, energy can take plenty of time to regenerate. This […]

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Republic day

India celebrates Republic Day on January 26 annually with a lot of pride and fervor. It is a day that is important to every Indian citizen. It marks the day […]

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Zoo

The world is a huge place to see. It consists of so many living organisms that it is impossible to see each and every one of them. Especially for human […]

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Unconscious Bias

Have you ever been in a situation where you were blamed even for doing nothing? I am sure most of you have been in that situation. I have been there too. I was working in a multinational organization, about four years back. In the beginning I was a good performer […]

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The good and The bad

We often judge or categorise people on the basis of there caste, colour, creed, gender and nowadays even on the basis of their region. Since the ancient times people have categorised the society into multiple categories and worked according to it, it’s 2020 and people are still not able to […]

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Does Pandemics Reset Humanity?

Outbreak of novel corona virus toward the year’s end 2019 have halted the entire world on the wheels, the infection is in discriminatory to such an extent that it did not separate any nation whether created like China, Europeans, Canada and creating like India. It Would never look whether you […]

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Republic day

India celebrates Republic Day on January 26 annually with a lot of pride and fervor. It is a day that is important to every Indian citizen. It marks the day […]

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10 best places to visit in Mcleodganj

If you are planning to have a plan on visiting Mcleodganj then we are ready to be your guide and help you choose the best way to have a pleasant spend. There are many places you could definitely miss beside visiting many. You should be clever enough to make a […]

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The Fates of Chinese Uighur Muslims

Uighur (Uyghur) Muslims are among the oldest Turkic-speaking people mostly residing in the northwestern part of China, in Xinjiang. The main Uighur populated cities are Kashgar, Silk Road, and Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang. When China re-established control after crushing the short-lived state of East Turkestan, a large population of […]

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Marital Rape:Culture or Consent?

Patriarchy, often perceived as a “culture” by the Indian society, strives to be protected at all costs, even if that means to strip off the “vulnerable”, of their basic human rights. All concepts that threaten this so-called culture, are categorised as “western concepts”, and are further refused to be acknowledged. […]

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Paper Bag Day

What a newly discovered thing I have come across, Paper Bag day which is celebrated on the 12th of June, but did we really knew about this? We people only celebrate Valentine’s Day because that is the only day in the whole year which is very important to us. I […]

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