Thinker's Corner

Life under the Burka: Plight of a Muslim woman in a radical environment

A Muslim woman may be strong in her personal life, shrouded behind a veil we call the “burqa”, but she makes almost no push for empowerment in her oppressive public life. Controlled and bounded as she is by the Islamic society and her husband, she presents a demeanor lacking any courage. Most of the time, she does not speak a single word challenging her ordeal. The prominent reason behind her silence is, we believe, her fear.Is it just fear?

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Public Lynching- End of Secular India

Incidents that insight communal violence are not new in India. Even so, after the BJP government came into power in 2014 there has been a shocking increase in the number of mob lynchings throughout the nation. It is a matter of great shame and humiliation for a country that boasts of being the largest democracy in the world.

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How Humans Are Driving Animals to Extinction

The sixth mass extinction is well underway, and humans are driving it. The last male northern white rhinoceros lived its last day on Monday at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. ‘Sudan’, 45 at the time of death, was one of the 3 remaining members of the northern white rhino species. According to a team led by Stuart Pimm of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, human activities are driving species to extinction at roughly 1000 times the natural rate.

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THINGS I LEARNED ABOUT AFRICA FROM “BLACK PANTHER"

The movie Black Panther is being termed as “ground breaking success” for African culture. In addition to more than 500 million dollars the movie had grossed since its release, the beautiful portrayal of African tribal culture by its talented cast is awe-inspiring and is changing the attitude of people all around the world.

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Win to Live, the plight of Indian Sportpersons

"0,0,0":India’s medal tally displayed this before Sakshi Malik finally opened our account on the 12th day of Rio Olympics, followed by a stupendous performance by shuttler P.V. Sindhu who bagged a silver, the highest feat achieved by a Indian women in Olympic history. Have we done enough to appreciate? Read and retrospect.

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Women in Indian Economy

Over the last year, the world has searched for "gender equality" more than ever before. People are not just asking questions now but seeking change. It's time we dive into the analysis behind the wave.

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Crimes Against Women

Though we claim to live in a modern society, we still have a long way to go on the aspect of gender equality. Since time immemorial, women have been discriminated against and their basic human rights have been ignored.

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Flying freely, like a Kite ? From Kota,India

As of august, 2016, 57 students have taken their lives being unable to survive the pressure and workload that they face in ‘education hub’ of northern india i.e. kota, rajasthan. Almost every week a student suicide is reported, be it from school or from a college.

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The Peshawar Plunge

Death is what a mother would feel throughout her lifetime when the clock strikes 3 in the noon and it is the time of her daughter to return home from school. She waited on the doorstep, but her daughter never came back.

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Marital Rape, Ignorance is not always a bliss

Marriage is described as a sacred institution, its very sanctity is what our tradition preaches of. Yet even today in some parts of the world, behind the closed doors of rooms drawn in curtains, marriage is primarily just a contract for legal sex.

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Kim for Korea? Meet the propeller of the nuclear world

There is a certain haze in the sky. But the mood of the crowd, who have come here to listen to the supreme leader is ecstatic. The Messiah was known for his incredible vocabulary. Read on to know what all the Messiah has gone through to lead North Korea on the way of nukes.

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Man vs. Beef

What was alarming and questionable at the same time, was the fact that some big media houses and many other people started to compare the beef problem and governments focus on it, with other social issues and crimes.

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