In December 2019, when news arrived from Wuhan about a deathly new strain of coronavirus, hardly anyone could have predicted the worldwide pandemic that was on the horizon. As the nation comes to a halt and health care workers battle this disease from the front lines, the migrant workers and farmers have their own struggle underway.
The recently introduced Personal Data Protection Bill promises to defend the ideals of data privacy in the digital domain but with conditions applied. We take a look at it through the eyes of the Government, the Corporate and the Citizens, and try our hand at unravelling what lies under the facade of India’s new data framework.
India, infamously known for its ‘baby-making’ industry, is now trying to sweep that name under the rug. The Government of India has recently agreed upon the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, which will affect the lives of Indian citizens, especially women, in the role of surrogate mothers, both present and future.
Deemed unconstitutional, discriminatory, and anti-Islam by those opposing it, the Citizenship Amendment Act ignited large-scale protests across the country. This article takes a broad look at the context surrounding the passing of the bill, and the explosive chain of events that it provoked.
Over the past few years, along with the cold winds of winter, a haze of pollution settles over the city of Delhi. In November this year, the city faced a public health emergency as air quality dropped to abysmal levels. Read on to learn more about the crisis and the measures being taken to alleviate the current conditions.
The tragic death of Café Coffee Day founder, V.G. Siddhartha has raised uncomfortable questions about the realities of being an entrepreneur in India, and the plight of ‘tax terrorism’ in the country. Whether this unfortunate incident will prompt tax authorities to bring about a lasting change in their behaviour towards tax-payers, is yet to be seen.
Once the home of the ancient Greek gods and the birthplace of democracy, Athens never fails to impress its visitors. With its bewitching skies, riveting history, and delectable cuisine, this is a city that will stay with you long after you’ve left it.
Jet Airways, an airline company that once ruled the sky, shut down its operations on 17th April 2019. Thousands of employees have lost their jobs while banks and lenders are attempting to revive the airlines. With Jet undergoing bankruptcy proceedings, its future remains uncertain.
Coming out is the hardest thing; only second to staying in. At the end of this Pride month, we present to you a journey through the LGBTQ community from the inside out. Eight beautiful people from all over the country that bring perspective to the contemporary scene like never before. Read on to find out the story that binds them all together.
In a revolution for greater self-determination, the climate of social upheaval has persisted in Sudan for the last few months. Despite the mass killings of protesters, the Sudanese people have continued to fight for a stable, democratic government.