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Though they may seem as such, AI technologies are not merely technical systems. Rather, they are...
The digitisation of welfare delivery systems cannot be at the cost of the marginalised, who...
There has been near-universal adoption of work-from-home in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Does...
Though the Personal Data Protection Bill has been hailed as a success for citizen rights, an in-...
While the scientific understanding of diseases has advanced throughout history, disease as a...
How can India's economy grow in the midst of a pandemic, without compromising the health of the...
Bahujan spectatorship relates to an oppositional gaze and a political strategy of Bahujans to...
Nothing could have brought the global economy to a grinding halt like the COVID-19 pandemic in...
As the third chapter of the COVID-19 lockdown in India unfolds, the guidelines provided by the...
Mainland China’s ability to modify and interpret Hong Kong’s Basic Law threatens the future of the...
Carbon emissions across the world have dropped after economic activities came to a halt due to the...
What makes Parasite a compelling film is its depiction of the transgressive potential of the body,...
Bengaluru has earned the moniker of “Silicon Valley of India,” but this glosses over a reality that...

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A series of panel discussions titled Data Societies, organised by Economic and Political Weekly and the School of Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, was held in Mumbai on...
A series of panel discussions titled Data Societies, organised by Economic and Political Weekly and the School of Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, was held in Mumbai on...
Do water policies recognise the differential requirements and usages of water by women and the importance of adequate availability and accessibility?
Personal Laws in India present a situation where abolishing them in the interest of gender justice also inadvertently benefits the reactionary side.   
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Studies on sexual harassment complaint committees over the years highlight how committees, even when instituted, often do not function as they should. 
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