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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 […]

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 […]

An(other) Attempted Assassination

The decade-and-a-half-old memories recently returned to Pakistan. Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto (June 21, 1953 – December 27, 2007) was assassinated after addressing a political rally in Rawalpindi’s […]

Taking A Stand

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), the specialised agency of the UN aimed at promoting World Peace and Security through international cooperation in education, arts, sciences and culture, […]

On Globalisation & World Politics

Authoritarian rulers have emerged in various parts of the world in recent times, and their emergence raises an important question: Is Democracy in danger? In fact, the definition of Democracy […]

Free From Prejudice

The recent verdict of the Supreme Court (SC) on abortion has proved, yet again, that the Indian Judiciary is something to be proud of. A Division Bench of the Apex […]

A Silver Lining

The outcome of a recent referendum in the US state of Kansas has shown that nearly 60% of voters are in favour of Women’s Right to urdergo Abortions. The development […]

Sex… For Women

by Swarna Jana Although it is a voice of dissent; involving issues related to women, let’s start with Indian film actor Ranveer Singh, let’s not delve into the nitty gritty […]