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This contribution builds on " Data Infrastructures and Inequities: Why Does Reproductive Health...
The students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, have been waging an agitation for...
On 3 December, lakhs of tourists and devotees will gather to celebrate the feast of Saint Francis...
Delhi's mohalla clinics aim to make healthcare accessible by offering free services to all.
The Lakshmi Purana as a literary text primarily raises issues relating to the religious rights of...
Events such as "Howdy, Modi!" need to be put in perspective—they are highly mediatised, scripted...
The human rights discourse today needs to introspect on how it can visualise competing degrees of...
The fight against opium poppy production in Manipur can be won only if economically viable...
On 5 August 2019, Home Minister Amit Shah introduced the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Bill in...
Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement on making Hindi as a unifying language for the country...
This article makes an effort to understand Gurdial Singh’s contribution to Indian literature in...

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