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Category: Psychology

On Violence & The Strength

Indian politicians are still seen to be using the horror of Partition of the Indian Subcontinent, seemingly, for narrow political gains, more than seven decades after the tragic event. One […]

Silence: A Meaningful Political Category

Global Studies has become a very popular subject in recent times, especially in former colonial countries of the Eastern or South-eastern Hemisphere, like India. The main purpose of studying this […]

Combating Depression & Loneliness

She dresses up as a bride once a week… on Fridays. Initially, this strange hobby of a mother of four in Lahore, Pakistan shocked her neighbours. Now, they have got […]

Snippets That Talk Of Hope!

Soon after the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan on August 15 (2021), the Internet was flooded with images and videos of continuous gunfire outside the Hamid Karzai International Airport in […]

Etymology

The Colonial Origins Of Sexuality In Sanskrit, the word ‘Rand’ means a person incapable of producing children. The feminine gender of the word is ‘Randa‘, which means Infertile. Over time, […]

Managing Mental Health In Megapolis

There is a common belief that the fast urban life in a big city tends to get one depressed. However, a recent scientific study claims otherwise. As per the study, […]

Isolated & Lonely

Britain, Australia, Canada, Japan and some other countries have shown the true spirit of Democracy during the time of Pandemic, as they have activated the Ministry of Loneliness in order […]

Going Against Patriarchy?

There is no end to the controversy over marriage, be it Polyandry or Polygyny. While some Psychologists believe that the culture of having more than one spouse is quite normal […]