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pragya chamoli
Life is hard. It's harder if you're stupid.
Life is hard. It's harder if you're stupid.
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The Censor Board for Film Certification needs to unhinge its ideologies from increasingly inexorable confines to adopt an inclusive approach aimed at embracing, not policing, artistic endeavors.
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“The lesson of Stanford isn’t that any random human being is capable of descending into sadism and tyranny. It’s that certain institutions and environments demand those behaviors—and, perhaps, can change them.”
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There is simply no scope for privileges to exist in a democracy, especially those with no discernible contours.
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There is simply no scope for privileges to exist in a democracy, especially those with no discernible contours.
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Perhaps the Trump government does believe in a united America – An America united in conformity and in compliance, lest one is to suffer in the loneliness of dissent.
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In a major blow to the spirits of those celebrating last week’s moderately progressive amendment to the Maternity Benefit Bill, the Union Cabinet has given its nod to the Surrogacy Regulation Bill 2016. The Bill has been described as “forward-looking” by the Cabinet, but its provisions make for an entirely different narrative.
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It is crucial to note that with many glaring flaws, the amendment Bill is nowhere near perfection. And yet one cannot ignore that once approved by the Lok Sabha, the Bill’s progressive nature will thrust India in the league of the top three nations in terms of maternity leave duration- along with Norway (44 weeks) and Canada (50 weeks) – thus making it evident that a call to look into labour laws is not only a matter of introspection within the contours of our nation, but an alarm sounding off the need for world-wide reform.
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During colonial regime, the Indian Sedition law tended to the insecurities of the British administration by serving the purpose of targeting those who questioned the British Empire. In a democracy, however, there is simply no scope for such a law.
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