India Fellows in the News

Aim Should Be Uniformity of Rights, Not a Uniform Law: Flavia Agnes on a UCC

Source : thewire.in
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In conversation with Flavia Agnes on framing gender-just laws and why a uniform civil code is not the answer.

On Some Power Projects, PM Narendra Modi Finds His 'Hands Tied': Foreign Media

Source : ndtv.com
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In a small Himalayan village near a wildlife sanctuary in India's north, 200 families have banded together to decide whether a hydroelectric power plant slated for their land can go ahead.

A Step-By-Step Guide To Unapologetic Walking For Women

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Over time, fear conditions you to make these little changes and soon you may even forget how much they infringe on your right to walk freely.

If all goes well, Indian IT Act may enter 21st century - The Economic Times

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Govt to form a committee to suggest changes to the law to make it in sync with the times

Poverty has nothing to do with scavenging, says Bezwada Wilson

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He said that it is a result of casteism.

10 Ways You Can Play a Role in Stopping Child Labour Today

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Child labour robs children of their right to an innocent childhood. Do your bit to stop it by making informed decisions and spreading awareness!

Why young people are key to achieving the SDGs

Source : weforum.org
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Young people today face considerable challenges in creating a bright future for themselves.

Muslim women need Sharia codification, not uniform civil code: Noorjehan Safia Niaz

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Co-founder of Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan says the Uniform Civil Code is not the answer to the Muslim woman’s grievances

I Live At War With The Voices In My Head; This "Diseased" Mind Is My Strongest Weapon

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"I have to fight the stigma surrounding schizophrenia. I have to fight cultural apathy. I have to fight legal disempowerment. Did yo

Single anti-trafficking law not possible in Indian context, say activists

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Read more about Single anti-trafficking law not possible in Indian context, say activists on Business Standard.

How Business Leaders Can (and Should) Leverage the Talents of Today's Youth

Source : forbes.com
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Shutterstock By Olina Banerji and Shantanu Paul The world today is bullish on young people, and for good reason. It’s because the old ways of functioning have dilapidated right before our eyes. The exceptional talent to navigate this new landscape - without efficiency, repetition and predictability as markers - lies increasingly with [...]

Breaking Down The Reality Of PM Modi's Swachh Bharat Mission

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On Swachh Bharat Mission's second anniversary, we look beyond numbers to explore what needs to be done to realise the dream of a cleaner, healthier India.

Time to fix pollution control boards

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The National Green Tribunal (NGT) recently passed a landmark judgment (Rajender Singh Bhandari Vs State of Uttarakhand) with respect to the appointments to the pollution control boards (PCBs).

'I Never Ask for It': How Victim Blame Perpetuates Sexual Violence

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A few years from now, visitors to New Delhi’s iconic India Gate monument may notice a unique exhibit facing the site: 10,000 items of clothing
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