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This article discusses the phenomenon of contemporary art which is a bearer of the present and...
The COVID-19 pandemic brought to the fore digital technology that not only facilitated a swift...
This article aims to historicise the experiences of nomadic and denotified communities with respect...
When urban development is carried out from a human rights perspective and in the spirit of...
31 August 2021 marks the 69th year of the repeal of the Criminal Tribes Act, 1871. This act was the...
This article maps how the social status of an elected woman from a tribal community did not change...
Through the study of rural fairs, the article challenges the picture of the “rural agrarian...
Historically, Karnataka has made a bold attempt to include various castes, races, tribes while...
The narrative of a criminal woman finds its bearings within the caste system in India. During...
This article investigates potential issues for anti-trust policy regarding e-pharmacies. These...
Using satellite-derived spatio-temporal changes in rubber cultivated area which was taken as a...
Demand for vaccination, as well as access to it, is uneven and sluggish across various parts of...
Use of force by the police is a substantial problem in India. To a large extent, the measures so...
Constant violence has marred the relations between Palestine and Israel for more than six decades....

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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?
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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