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i hate the world on most days

i am trying to cut down on sugar and stay away from emotionally unavailable men what

This Character in Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and Not Salman Khan, Is the Real Star of the Film

“With her limited screen time, Rashika leaves a profound impact on the film. Bajrangi Bhaijaan would have

Why Do Women Neglect Their Thyroid Despite Greater Risk?

Women are 5 to 8 times more likely to have thyroid disorders, and postpartum thyroiditis affects

Finding Jagatpura: My Welcome Back to India!

“For me, that day lives forever. The constant fuel of inspiration for my work with young
India Post

India Post, a Partition Project

India boasts one of the world’s most robust postal services, historically rivaling the Royal Mail, that

Estranged Sisters: Letters Between Lahore and Delhi

This piece, produced as part of Chapter One of The MetaSolidarity Collective, presents an intimate letter

Sakhi: A Tale of Queer Friendship 

Delve into the captivating history of Sakhi, India’s first explicit lesbian activist collective, founded in 1991
Namaskar, Jazzmine

Namaskar, Jazzmine

“India?” The fall season had arrived, and I found myself amidst a crowd of bright-eyed graduates
Chicken Industry

The Invisible Lives of Chickens: Unveiling the Lesser Known Reality of the Chicken Industry

The poultry business is one lucrative commercial space thriving on the intensive production of eggs and
Court poster

Chaitanya Tamhane’s Court (2014): A Postmodern Critique of the Indian Judicial System 

This essay on Chaitanya Tamhane’s film ‘Court’ was published by Film Companion in September last year
Gender Security and SDGs in India

From Talk to Action: 10 Ways to Enhance Gender Security in SDGs for India

Keywords: gender security, conflict transformation, resource competition, climate security, SDGs, public policy. A tribal woman living
Privileged Much?

Privileged Much?

she is saffron washed today, and people chant prayers around her ears, but, in India, prayer
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