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Section 377

10 things SC judges said while striking down Sec 377 that every Indian needs to read

You know that Section 377 has been struck down. Here are the best parts of the judgement from the men and woman who changed the law for the better

Published on 6th September 2018
Rohit Vemula Death Anniversary

A scholar made of stardust: Why we must never forget Rohith Vemula

On the third death anniversary of Rohith Vemula, we speak to his friends from the Ambedkar Students Association on how things have changed and what they remember of him

Published on 17th January 2019
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After 5 months in nursing school, TN transgender says she was kicked out because the DME rejected her application

The 21-year-old student attended five months of nursing school before being told her registration did not go through because the Directorate of Medical Education is not approving her application

Published on 19th February 2018
Delhi University PTI

After JNU, now DU admin bans protests on campus: Student unions slam move calling it dictatorial and laughable

The advisory in this regard was issued by the university's proctor Neetu Sehgal on Saturday, directing students not to occupy premises of departments, library, administrative blocks

Published on 20th February 2019
Kashmir

After Supreme Court gives 'permission slip', Jamia law graduate to finally see his parents in Kashmir

In his petition, Aleem said that there had been 53 instances of communication blackout in the area just this year and although it was common, the complete communication blackout was illegal 

 

Published on 28th August 2019
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After threats of eviction from hostel, visually-challenged student takes DU to court

Edex had previously reported the alleged discrimination that Lovely Grover was facing on campus

Published on 5th November 2018
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Besides transgenders, India does not recognise other queers as they don't have a 'physical condition'

Transgenders are the only members of the community that are recognised and given special benefits by the country — because they have a biological condition exacerbated by societal stigma

Published on 1st July 2018
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By April, TN's transgenders will be able to get government jobs under a separate quota

The Madras High Court ordered the government to frame suitable rules and also asked them to undertake a survey of transgenders across TN. Activists and transgenders are thrilled at the move

Published on 30th November 2017
JNU

Central University professors are sending mass emails to the President, demanding the withdrawal of Civil Service Conduct rules

The rules are in place for government servants and the professors claim they cannot be equated with them as their area of work is vastly difference

Published on 27th October 2018
Disability

Delhi HC moved against bar on admission of individuals with 80 pc disability calling it violation of Article 21

The plea said the authorities have violated the provisions of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (RPWD) Act, which provides that no person with disability shall be discriminated against

Published on 8th March 2019
Hariom Jindal

How Hariom Jindal is teaching democracy to slum children in Ludhiana

Hariom Jindal's book is trying to ensure that education mandates the proper delivery of every single right enshrined in the Constitution of India

Published on 23rd January 2019
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I am so much more than my body, how can a photo affect my life: Gilu Joseph on life after the Grihalakshmi cover

The lady who went viral for posing as a mother breastfeeding her child on the cover of Grihalakshmi, Gilu Joseph speaks about finding her love for writing, spreading positivity and more

Published on 5th June 2018
Madras High Court

If you can't use biometric attendance, how can you teach the students discipline, HC asks Govt Teacher

Madras High Court is stringent on bringing about disciplinary changes for the better within the Government Schools in the state 

Published on 16th April 2019
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Indian Law won't cover you being photographed secretly but there is still some hope

Privacy was recently declared as a fundamental right but the invasion that occurs on a daily basis in our country has no definite law to protect it. However, sub-laws can greatly help in such cases 

Published on 8th January 2018
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Is marriage an unspoken license to rob an individual of their identity and religion

Denying a woman the right to practise her religion after marriage is violative of Article 25. John B Monteiro talks

Published on 2nd November 2017

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