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Who Will Protect the Mental Justice of Deprived Communities?

Growing up, I would never have a fitting response for my school friends when they laughed at me for spending hours in line to...
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The Ecological History of Delhi’s Ridge with Thomas Crowley: Part 2

Interviewed by Aarathi Ganesan  New Delhi's Ridge has born the brunt of mining, construction, and human encroachments for years. The result: ecologically degraded landscapes. Now, how...
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The Ecological History of Delhi’s Ridge with Thomas Crowley

There are history books written on pretty much everything in India--be it kings, kingdoms, cultures, or even food. Simply put: histories tell the tales...

Femtech Says It’s Empowering Women, but Is It Commodifying Them Too?

The concept of ‘Femtech’—or technology “which addresses women's biological needs”—is so interlinked with the women’s health apps, that the term itself is credited to...

Adaptation Innovation in the Face of Natural Disasters: An “Insurance Plus” for Farmers

As soon the Indian Meteorological Department issued warnings of Cyclone Nivar approaching off the Southwest Bay of Bengal, state governments kicked into damage control...