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No Lockdown on Caste Atrocities: This book documents the crimes that even a social distanced pandemic could not prevent
The Dalit Human Rights Defenders Network has documented 60 of these crimes in a book titled ‘No Lockdown on Caste Atrocities: Stories of Caste Crimes during the COVID-19 Pandemic’
This 26-year-old from Odisha recounts working at the world's largest refugee camp in Bangladesh during the lockdown
Baisali Mohanty hails from Odisha and currently, she works for the United Nations. She is also credited to have started the Oxford Odissi Centre while studying at Oxford. We listen in to her story...
In comparison, only one-third of upper-middle and high-income countries have reduced their budgets, the report showed, adding that these budget cuts have been "relatively small thus far"
In today's #TBT, we remember senior leader of the Communist Party of India Govind Pansare, who hailed from Kolhar in Maharashtra and how he was shot dead in broad daylight. Does this sound familiar?
In a statement, Peter Hawkins, a representative for UNICEF Nigeria, strongly condemned the attack and called for the children's safe return to their families
In today's #TBT, we take you back to the day when a stringent ruling against ragging was made by the Supreme Court of India in 2009. Also, today is International Day of Women and Girls in Science!
IIT Madras' student campaign is helping school girls explore unconventional careers like astronomy. Here's how
She Can, a campaign by the students of IIT Madras, was launched on January 3. It has reached out to almost 450 women until now.
Finding peace in The Nook: Why this Indian writer from Bhutan started a weekly poetry newsletter in 2020
Riya writes for a living, but The Nook is a corner she has craved for herself and shares with her readers who seek solace
Aakash Ranison has set up three deathbeds using plastic waste drawn from the Ganga to remind us of our plastic woes
Climate change activist Aakash Ranison has set up deathbeds out of plastic obtained from River Ganga to create awareness among people. He had also created a marine cemetery on Kerala's Beypore beach
On Saturday, President Ram Nath Kovind had launched the first round of the Pulse Polio Programme for 2021 by administering polio drops to children
Guterres received a vaccine shot at Adlai E Stevenson High School in The Bronx, a few miles uptown from UN Headquarters in New York, according to a release published on the UN official website
The UN Chief also said that he hopes India will have all the instruments necessary to play a major role in making sure that a global vaccination campaign is made possible
Auschwitz survivors across the world observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day online amid pandemic
Many Holocaust survivors in the United States, Israel and elsewhere find themselves in a state of previously unimaginable isolation due to the pandemic
UNSC unable to address complex issues of international peace, security as it lacks inclusivity: India
India, along with Brazil, Japan and Germany are pressing for urgent reform of the UN Security Council and for a permanent seat in the reformed 15-member top organ of the world body
Recently, Narain has been appointed as a member of One Health Global Leaders Group on Anti-microbial Resistance which reports to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
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