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Seldom Considered As Violence!

After the Nirbhaya incident in New Delhi, it became painfully clear that many Indian men do not consider rape as a heinous offence, with the incident being the 2012 Delhi […]

More About Life Than Death…

Abdel Latif al-Salim breathed his last at a hospital in the Syrian capital of Damascus. The old man’s last wish was to be buried in the family plot in their […]

Power Politics!

The Women had begun the struggle for their Rights centuries ago, because Inequality was quite flagrant in the society. Most of them are still struggling to establish their Rights! However, […]

Ergonomics?

Popular sheet music publisher E. T. Paull had published a book on songs, titled Dawn of the Century, in 1900. The cover illustration of the book was a consonantal one. […]

Gynocentricism!!!

A couple of decades ago, History was more than mostly about narratives of men. At that period of time, historians focused mainly on the achievements of the elite men in […]

Decalogue

A senior American journalist has claimed that the COVID-19 Pandemic has taught the world 10 lessons! He did not have time to compile a list of them, point-wise. He could […]

FILMED!

Her Mother was the then State Secretary of the Party… she, once, landed a slap on her daughter’s face when the latter asked her a somewhat awkward question. The Mother […]

The Second Sex: Relationship Matters…

Simone Lucie Ernestine Marie Bertrand de Beauvoir (January 9, 1908 – April 14, 1986)… the name is more than well-known as a Feminist Theorist. Her publication, The Second Sex (1949), […]

A Nouvelle Novel In A Box…

The letter ‘S’ in capital and a period or full stop are seen on a box made of cardboard… and, there is also a piece of paper, just like a […]