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Women in the country often ended up being overly dutiful under the tense scrutiny and pressure expected of by society
The leaking of exam papers is a perennial feature of the Indian exam scene for the last several years, causing much trauma to the students
The recent incident in Mangaluru where villagers appealed to authorties to prevent couples from 'indecent' activities, speaks volume about how our society is unreceptive to something as simple as love
The school in West Bengal, which asked ten "lesbian" students to tender a written confession accepting their sexuality brings to the fore the divide between understanding and ignorance to the LGBTQ
The writer, John Monterio, is a lecturer who drifted into writing and Journalism. He has authored three books and is the founder of the Bondel Laughter Club in Mangalore
From Sikh turbans to Muslims with beards: Why school uniforms may never be the same again in the next century
From Oxford to India's smallest town school is the usage of uniforms becoming more of a social issue rather than a way to ensure everyone feels equal? That is the question
Teachers are now contemplating their current role, which has strayed away from education and is now concerned with the overall well being of their students, fighting students with guns included
The recently elected Tripura CM, Biplab Deb has been making headlines for the stupidity he has been uttering. He is one in a dime a dizen to do so. But, if we ask what for? nobody has an answer
A trial court in Jodhpur on April 4, 2018 convicted actor Salman Khan in the two-decade-old blackbuck poaching case and sent him to five years in prison.
Several foreign travellers and artists take it upon themselves to do their bit to clear the walls of paan stains and urine stench. But do we really need foreigners to teach us toilet etiquette?
On May 23, 30-year old Michael Rotondo's parents went to court to evict him out of their house. Should parents have the liberty to do so?
This is the mysterious case of the changing uniform. By quoting an instance, Monteiro wonders if changing uniforms is worth the financial burden it puts on parents from low-income backgrounds
The petitioners argued that the boy was slow but not incapable of giving the exam, which the school refuted calling him "unfit" to give the Class X Boards
Fear does strange things and I am sure we can all agree on that
From forced marriages to marrying off when you are just 10 months old, a girl's freedom is stifled in many ways. When it comes to marriage in India, it is parents who decides their daughter's fate
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