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Women’s Rights – Aborted

By Ipshita  Agarwal Hillary Clinton’s views on abortion and unintended pregnancies Source- Youtube. She chose what she wanted to study, chose the school she went to, chose...

Youth: The Dawn of Change

 "NAYAK NAHI KHALNAYAK HAI YE !" By Pranali Batra Youth- the very mention of the word itself brings to mind an impression of vigour, enthusiasm and...

Looking from my window – The Bruised Marriage

By Nidhi Taneja She wanted to fly high in the sky of freedom and joy but ended up being caged inside her own home. She...

Sexual Politics of Pop Culture

By Nidhi Taneja Through the ages music has been an integral part of the entertainment industry. It is considered to have a profound impact on...

A Sympathy Card for Media – Exploited Leaders & their public lives

By Riya Anna Kuruvilla Tharoor, Clinton and Berlusconi. Other than making national security decisions, holding cabinet meetings, reading intelligence reports, meeting high profile dignitaries and other...

Power Play In Managing Relationships

By- Isha Sharma This article will explore societal gender norms, which we consciously or unconsciously follow to manage our heterosexual relationships. Before elaborating on the above...

Palash Sen turns Palash Insane Or Insensitive Indian turns Hypersensitive?

By- Nidhi Nagpal “Dhoom pichak” literally happened at IIT Bombay fest,“MOOD INDIGO” this year. Many people enthusiastically attended Mood Indigo to revive their fond memories...

Deconstruction of Sexual Politics

By Isha Sharma This article seeks to explore the nature of socially constructed sexuality and the role of 'power' in that construction. Before elucidating this,...

Lohri 2014: Origins, customs and celebrations of the festival

The origin of the Lohri can be traced back to the tale of Dulla Bhatti. By the end of the first week of January,...

World’s ‘Poorest’ President

Meet José Mujica. He may look like your average farmer or grandfather, but he is anything but. This man is globally known as the...

Kya he AAP ki policy?

The Aam Aadmi Party has gained some faithful fan-following in the past few months and this is very well reflected...

Nelson Mandela – A true legend

By Stuti Mohindra On July 18, 1918 a boy was born in South Africa who was named Rolihlahla meaning trouble maker. He qualified in law...

10 Most Fascinating People of 2013

No lists can ever do justice to the personal struggles we all wage, nor to the many whose efforts reach out to touch the...

Double standards of India when it comes to women?

By Shrishti Shree In our Indian society, where a man worships goddess 'Durga' in the morning, the irony remains that it is this same man...

Are You Aware of These New Status Symbols?

By Akanksha Goel #1 THE RED OBSESSION By the flickering light of the restaurant's candles, suspicious particles seemed to be floating in the wine the waiter...

Why are women in India not safe?

In India, the recent surge in rape cases has shaken the conscience of every right-thinking Indian. People were outraged when in December last year,...

Have a little faith.

There was a plastic bag that I looked upon one morning. I followed it, it was about 5 am in the morning, and I...

The Uncertain Fate of LGBT Community

The Supreme Court’s judgement which declared that homosexuality is a criminal offence and people indulging in same sex relationship would be sentenced to life imprisonment or...

Divided By Religion, United By Homophobia

A male friend who was sexually assaulted,  as a child, by his aunt is confused of his sexual orientation. A female acquaintance who was...

Relevance of Capital Punishment in the 21st Century

"I believe that more people would be alive today if there were a death penalty." ― Nancy Reagan In the depths of present day Iraq...

Feminism: Breaking bondages

Don’t cry like a girl! You are a strong boy. This is the most commonly heard line we hear when we are small from everyone...

Khap Panchayat Honour Killing: when will enough be enough?

By Purnima Mohindra Two young lives were sniffed out of Garnanathi village in Rothak district. One was Nidhi Barak, only 20 years old and the...

Nina Davuluri is the new Miss America

So on September 15, 2013, a cultural revolution took place in America which geared varying responses across the world and mainly in US. An...

Rapes and Bollywood…

The gang-rape of a photojournalist in Mumbai recently led to several questions being asked, most important being- Is Mumbai a safer city than Delhi...

All are after RED GANDHI…….

Before You read this article I am saying sorry to you. Why??? You will get to know as you read this......We all are very...

Oral Cancer cause: I support it

Please go to http://www.sparktherise.com/projectdetail.php?pid=1931 and vote for this project!!Thanks for your support!!DETECTION OF ORAL CANCER IN A MOBILE AMBULANCE | Spark...

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