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Opinion  /  Published 09.10.18

Sabarimala protests are backward and anti-humane

When hundreds of women join massive protests against a verdict in favour of women’s equality, something is deeply wrong. The Supreme Court has ruled that the ban in Kerala’s Sabarimala temple agai...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 19.07.19

The obstacle course of curbing population growth

Progress is rarely linear; each step forward gives rise to newer challenges. The existence of such challenges was evident in the findings of a survey which was recently made public. The survey, conduc...
By The Editorial Board

India  /  Published 28.04.20

Covid-19 crisis: Jurists list lapses

The International Commission of Jurists has alleged that the Indian government has fallen short of its “obligation” to ensure that citizens had access to adequate food amid the Covid-19 crisis, th...
By Our Legal Correspondent in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 18.10.18

Why women's equality remains a pitiful myth

Who ensures that women make the best of opportunities offered by life in the city? Opportunities of education, work and enjoyment? If the study across five cities by Plan International is anything to ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 21.11.18

Adivasis' health burden needs holistic policy

Pretending that a problem does not exist will not make it go away; it will only complicate the matter further. This is evident from the findings of a new report on tribal health, compiled by an expert...
By The Editorial Board

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Opinion  /  Published 20.10.19

Ruling on maternity leave is rights-based

Laws, in essence, exist to protect the interests of citizens. But the same rules can also be used to deny people their rights. It was this kind of violation that a Delhi court denounced when it observ...
By The Editorial Board


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