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The discourse and politics of equidistance from majority communalism and minority communalism is...
As the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, women migrant workers were placed at a distinct disadvantage....
A series of reports in the media recently noted the shock expressed by multiplex exhibitors at...
While critical scholarship, across disciplines, has analysed the link between heritage and...
The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have had its beginnings in China, spreading globally to devastating...
Foster care is the temporary placement of a child with a foster family, which looks after the child...
The outbreak of COVID-19 has led to an unprecedented rise in the cases of domestic violence. Women...
The nationwide lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic has given way to an unprecedented situation...
This article discusses the differential treatment of two rape cases in terms of civil society’s...
Displacement for larger public interest has been a welcome phenomenon in a democratic and welfare...
This article presents philosophical reflections on Anita Ghai’s rendition of exclusion of persons...
Discourses on COVID-19 must be inclusive of “disabled bodies.” This requires a radical change in...
While COVID-19 brings new challenges to the table, queer communities in India have a range of...
As soon as the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe, it was clear that the sex workers’...

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Do water policies recognise the differential requirements and usages of water by women and the importance of adequate availability and accessibility?
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