NCPCR chairperson Priyank Kanoongo explained why he wrote to the DM requesting a report on accusations that Shaheen Bagh children are suffering from 'mental trauma'.
From daily wage workers to designers, over 70 people wanted to contest against Arvind Kejriwal in his constituency.
"His haemoglobin and haematocrit (ratio of volume of red blood cells to total volume of blood) has to be checked regularly."
"Narendra Modi is not the Prime Minister of Hindus, he is the Prime Minister of all communities in India. He should not make such statements," said Abdur Rahman who recently quit IPS protesting the Citizenship Amendment Act.
From ‘Dainik Bhaskar’ and ‘Loksatta’ to ‘Pratidin’ and ‘Mathrubhumi’, the tone of coverage of the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid verdict varied wildly across publications.
The Trinamool Congress politician has been fighting a legal battle against the Narendra Modi government's surveillance efforts.
I revisited the book's descriptions of abuse 20 years after I first read it. And then I wrote to Shobhaa De and asked her what she thought about 'Starry Nights' in light of #MeToo.
The #MeToo movement gave birth to a language that indicates no woman is alone in this ordeal, as well as a vocabulary for families to discuss sexual harassment.
"Salman Khan gets bail for Rs 50,000, a Labourer in detention has to pay Rs 2 Lakh surety to get out," an activist said, pointing out the unfair burden on Assam's poor.
Several professors recruited by the new management stand accused of plagiarism, even as JNU's administration demanded to evaluate Thapar's credentials.
The Foreigner Tribunal process — and its victims — offer a terrifying glimpse of what most likely awaits those left out of the NRC.
While many online conversations are now inclusive of different experiences, overworked, underpaid beauty parlour employees are still portrayed as caricatures.
Taken out of school, forced to work as labourers, children of men and women declared 'foreigner' by tribunals and sent to detention camps have no time for childhood.
Although reports on protests by Zomato delivery executives have been about beef and pork, pay cuts are just as much a part of the cause for anger. But workers are learning that talking about pay is much less likely to get people to listen.
How will Kashmir do business if people are under siege? asks the President of Kashmir's Chamber of Commerce and Industry after Prime Minister Modi's speech.
With the abrogation of Kashmir's special status, social media also saw a surge in posts asserting Hindutva supremacy.
As the NRC deadline looms over Assam, Rehana Sultana and her fellow miya poets are being hounded for poems they wrote about the lives of people like them.