How disability rights activist Virali Modi came back from the dead thrice and went on to inspire millions over the years
Disability rights activist and motivational speaker Virali Modi on how she came back from the dead, thrice and her other struggles and victories.
‘China has bought the silence of Muslim countries using their money’: An Uyghur activist speaks out against the silence of the global community
The Xinjiang autonomous region in China is facing the worst kind of cultural and ethnic genocide against its Uyghur population.
What makes the West Bengal elections so important: The continued poor governance of TMC and future of the people
People voted against the autocratic communist regime in 2011 by executing their voting right and brought Mamata Banerjee in power.
How incendiary Punjabi songs are fueling dangerous narratives surrounding the ‘farmers protests’, fuel division between Punjab and rest of India
The Khalistani face of the 'farmer protests' was out in the open on Republic Day when a Khalistani mob hoisted the Sikh flag at...
Beware of fraudsters. UPI IDs which are similar to the real UPI ID for Ram Mandir donation have propped up.
Memories of ‘Batta Mohalla’: How the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits continues to haunt the survivors even after three decades
"The genocide of Kashmiri Hindus is a reality that lurks behind our celebrations, marriages, births and deaths."
Feminism and investigative journalism has been misappropriated by ‘champions’ of Indian public discourse
Feminism is now misappropriated by women as a fallback strawman argument, a fallacy, and to justify personal agenda.
Even before the debate on Justice Gogoi’s tenure settles, a fresh attempt to breach independence is seeming to blow from down south.
The shameful indifference shown by the Church towards Sister Lucy and the necessity of questioning the need for nunneries in India
Sister Lucy had to go through an ordeal to make sure her complaint was heard. Her FIR complaint was deliberately acted upon slowly.
The famous Chicago speech of Swami Vivekananda at the World's Parliament of Religions in 1893 is still relevant to this day.