Bhawna Mangla Women’s “trivial” contribution to households The sketch of a rural Indian woman includes a feeble body with a dupatta covering her face, carrying a pot of water on her head and a young child in her arms. In … Continue reading Rural women: Empowerment knocking at their Doorstep?
Shreya Srinath This is the 21st century that we live in- the era of overwhelming technological progress, leading to innovations such as the internet, a global digital platform that has transformed our concept of space and time entirely. More than … Continue reading The Unconventional Revival of Pattachitra – an Art Form Originated in Odisha is Going Global
Swapnil Tripathi is fourth year Law student at the National Law University, Jodhpur The erstwhile state of Andhra Pradesh has drawn much attention amongst Indian media & legal scholars for a while now. Its bifurcation, which has been a reality … Continue reading Circumventing the Apex? Telangana’s Recent Stint of Legislative Supremacy
Dhruv Shekhar is a third year law student at Jindal Global Law School, Sonepat, having studied history previously at St. Stephens College. M.N. Srinivas, the pioneer of Indian anthropology in the 1950s, defined a dominant caste[i] as one which is numerically … Continue reading A Legal-Economic Understanding of the Basis of the Reservation Claims made by the Jat Community
Rahul Mohan completed his bachelors in electrical engineering from VIT University. Post that he worked as a LAMP(Legislative Assistant to Member of Parliament) fellow, assisting a senior parliamentarian in the Rajya Sabha on policy and legislative matters. He currently works … Continue reading Preserving our historical baggage: Why a crime severity index is needed for proactive policing
Rukhsat Hussain holds a masters degree in Human Rights from Aligarh Muslim University. He is working as a Senior Research Associate at Research Monitoring and Evaluation center of the SM Sehgal Foundation. His areas of expertise include qualitative and quantitative … Continue reading Open defecation is more than a sanitation problem
Dr. Anant Jani is an Honourary Research Fellow at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences. India’s children have well-documented health problems. Over 30% of them are undernourished1 and over 450,000 children were estimated to have died from diarrhoea … Continue reading When India’s school focused policies fall short in improving child health