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Category: Freedom

Regulated By The Society

Society and the State have regulated the clothing, character, needs and duties of girls throughout the world since the earliest times. In other words, women have always been judged by […]

Locked, But Not Down

The Xi Jinping Administration in Beijing recently adopted a Zero COVID Policy in the fight against the Coronavirus. The move has triggered anti-Government protests in the Asian country, as people […]

By Lawmakers Of The Lower House

France recently protected women’s Right to Abortion, constitutionally; as the French lawmakers voted to enshrine Abortion Rights in the Constitution on November 24 (2022). On the occasion, members of the […]

Voiced Their Protest Sans Words

Members of Iran’s national football team proved that silence is not only a sign of consent, but also a weapon of protest before their opening match against England at the […]

A Humongous Curse

The original Constitution of India had two important clauses: 16(4) and 335. The Article 16(4) of the Indian Constitution (1949) states: “Nothing in this Article shall prevent the State from […]

On Rights & Reality

Antonio Francesco Gramsci (January 22, 1891 – April 27, 1937), the Italian Marxist philosopher, journalist, linguist, writer and politician who is best known for his Theory of Cultural Hegemony, once […]

Shedding Light On Lies

This may start with an old, perhaps exaggerated, story… Once, a Soviet official, involved in the Five-Year Plan, was asked to visit the Office of Joseph Stalin. Stalin had reportedly […]

Preying On Poor & Illiterates

Indian media have reported that men are paying off debts by auctioning teenage and young girls of their families in the western Indian province of Rajasthan. Reports suggest that the […]

The ‘Self’ & The ‘Profile’

The arrival of satellite channels at our drawing rooms in the 1990s, and the increasing usage of smartphones and growing popularity of Social Media in the early 21st Century have […]